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The Miami Dolphins moved up in round two of the 2012 NFL Draft to select Lamar Miller. The former University of Miami runningback brings some of the same speed and excitement current starter, Reggie Bush brings to the table.
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From the group of Matt Moore, David Garrard and Ryan Tannehill the starting QB for the Miami Dolphins will emerge, but unfortunately is there not a franchise QB among them… Moore and Garrard have...
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Despite their questions at quarterback and a roster that some consider to be a rebuilding project, Miami linebacker Karlos Dansby says he fully expects the Dolphins to win the AFC.
Well, the Miami Dolphins are about to make me spend a little more money this football season. On Tuesday, news broke that the Miami Dolphins will be the team featured on this season’s training camp documentary for HBO’s Hard Knocks. Joe Philbin made the announcement following today’s OTA practice and the announcement set twitter ablaze. [...]
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HBO's annual training camp documentary series finally found a willing subject -- the Miami Dolphins. First-year head coach Joe Philbin announced Tuesday at his press conference the Dolphins will be featured beginning in August. Several teams passed on the series, including the Jets, Broncos, Redskins, Colts, Falcons and Seahawks. The decision, according to Philbin, did not...
HBO finally found a team that agreed to take them up on their offer on appearing on “Hard Knocks”. And that team is the Miami Dolphins.
The Dolphins were obviously not HBO’s first, second, or even third choice, but that didn’t stop HBO from releasing a statement about how “delighted” they are to have the Dolphins.
“We are delighted that HARD KNOCKS will be returning...
HBO has finally decided on a team to be featured on their cable reality show, Hard Knocks. The Miami Dolphins will be the team which allows cameras into the various aspects of training camp this season and on the surface, this seems like a bad idea. The cable network has scrambled in recent weeks to find a team to showcase but this decision was a terrible move. Not for the network...
Offensive tackle Jonathan Martin officially signed with the Dolphins. The four-year, $4.9875 million deal was originally reported May 22. The 42nd overall pick out of Stanford, Martin was a three-year starter and a finalist for the Lombardi Trophy last year. He is competing at right tackle with Lydon Murtha this offseason. He has never played right tackle but is considered...
The first episode of Hard Knocks will air Tuesday, August 7 at 10 pm ET
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 29, 2012
So Peyton Manning says no to Dolphins, Broncos and Manning say no to Hard Knocks, and, like love-scorned phoenixes rising from the flames of heartbreak, the two find each other.
Don’t worry, HBO can’t be too sad. They will get to feature a first-time head...
Following months of speculation, it appears that HBO has finally found a team to follow around during training camp this summer. The Miami Dolphins announced that they would be hosting HBO's wildly popular series, Hard Knocks. New episodes begin airing on Tuesday, August 7th.
HBO has been shot down over the past few months by notable team after notable team. The only team that...
We didn't know who it was going to be, or even if the HBO hit series Hard Knocks would continue in 2012. After talk of the New York Jets being the team once again, or possibly even the Atlanta Falcons, the Miami Dolphins have been selected as the team HBO will profile in the summer of 2012.
The 2012 Dolphins make up an interesting story heading into the upcoming season. Miami selected
The offseason is the time of the year where 32 separate fanbases all believe the same thing. Their team can rise to the top of the NFL, and win the Lombardi Trophy. Of course, 31 of those fanbases turn out to be wrong in the end, and about 15 of them aren't living in the real world, but that's not their concern is it?
The Miami Dolphins have become the poster-team for this...