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“With the eighth pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select…”
Seriously. Does anyone have a clue in the world what this team is going to do in the draft? It isn’t as if anything else they have talked about doing over the past couple of years has panned out for Miami. If it did, then either Jim Harbaugh or Jeff Fisher would be coaching Peyton Manning or Matt Flynn.
As Rick Pitino would say, none of them are walking through that door anytime soon. Unless they enter as opponents of the Dolphins.
Miami needs help at so many positions, they could really go in multiple directions at No. 8 in a few weeks. Teams have been enamored by Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill, even though he played more games at wide receiver for the Aggies than he did under center. His strong ties to new Miami offensive coordinator Mike Sherman makes this pick seem like a natural fit, although the Dolphins may now have to trade up to draft Tannehill after all of the buzz surrounding ...
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We’ve talked a lot recently about who the Miami Dolphins should draft with the #8 pick. We’ve told you about Ryan Tannehill and Brandon Weeden being possible targets as the Dolphins QB of the future. But, the Dolphins draft won’t end after they pick a quarterback (wherever that might be). Getting a QB of the [...]
The Patriots reportedly have expressed interest in a free agent safety from Miami who is coming off a 100+ tackle season.
The Miami Dolphins have had issues at the quarterback position ever since Dan Marino retired. Chad Pennington had a good year for them and Jay Fiedler wasn't terrible, however it stops there.
Four long years ago the Dolphins passed on Matt Ryan to select left tackle Jake Long with the first overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. They continued on to the second round where they...
The Miami Dolphins made an under-the-radar signing on Thursday, agreeing to terms with former Vikings safety, Tyrell Johnson. Johnson was a 2nd round pick of the Vikings in 2008 and adds depth to the safety position. It’s likely Johnson will come in and compete for either the starting strong or free safety spot with the [...]
The Miami Dolphins have been under the microscope this offseason, getting tagged with the “dysfunctional” label by several pundits. As the dust has settled in the first phase of free agency this season, the questions need to be asked whether or not this is a team which is crazy like a fox, or simply, crazy? The possible moves by the Dolphins this offseason have been...
The Dolphins' latest free agent acquisition is safety Tyrell Johnson, who joined the team after spending the last four seasons with the Minnesota Vikings. To get the lowdown on Johnson, we checked in with Viking Update publisher Tim Yotter.