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Miami has made several important offseason moves, in order to bolster the talent surrounding second year QB Ryan Tannehill and after a promising (7-9) season in 2012, many fans and experts feel that this may be Miami’s year to get back on the map with a wild card spot or even better. Here’s my opinion on the 2013 Dolphins going into training camp.
There has been a lot of hype surrounding former University of Miami running back Lamar Miller, due to the Dolphins lack of veteran leadership at the position. Miller should get the majority of the carries early in the year to see if he can handle the load and produce viable results; however after the departure of Reggie Bush, unless something drastic takes place; and I don’t know if I can say that Miller will be the all around answer. Someone else at the position, such as RB Daniel Thomas will have to step up and play well. QB Ryan Tannehill is promising and should continue to get better especially, after the pick up of WR Mike Wallace wh...
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Chad Johnson, now a free man, proved he's still got NFL-caliber speed, sprinting on a treadmill that was set at 24 miles per hour.
The first free agent acquisition to make the list, Philip Wheeler, joins the Miami Dolphins after four years in Indianapolis and one in Oakland. Wheeler will team up with Koa Misi and Dannell Ellerbee, another offseason acquisition, to form the linebacking corps in Miami's 4-3 defense in 2013.
Philip Wheeler joins Miami after recording 108 tackles last season. (Photo:...
The Dolphins are still looking for that elite tight end that will stand out in the league, after trying to see if Anthony Fasano will be that, they have finally released him and are trying some new faces. It’ll be hard to find a Tony Gonzalez, Rob Gronkowski, or a Vernon Davis. But they will make due with what they have, and maybe a surprise rookie will rise from the ranks and...
The Dolphins made a lot of offseason moves that make them look like a contender in 2013, but it’s easy to forget some of the guys who already were on the roster.
Wide receiver Armon Binns is a player that may be overlooked now, but turn heads in training camp.
He was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2011, but was cut after training camp.
Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace has been labeled the fastest receiver in the league, but also labeled a one-trick pony by some, a label that some teammates jus don't see. "It's not, 'If I can't get the deep ball, I can't do anything else,' " cornerback Brent Grimes said, via The Miami Herald. "He has good hands, can run other routes...
At 6’1’ 210 pounds Reshad Jones is a big safety coming off of his best season to date. He was selected by the Miami Dolphins in the fifth round (163rd overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft and steadily improved each year since. Jones, 25, had planned to skip OTAs last month, but he showed up in exchange for "ongoing" long-term contract discussions. Pro Football Focus&...
According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins haven’t spoken with defensive lineman Paul Soliai about a contract extension and are expected to decide between him and Randy Starks next season.
The Dolphins also haven’t talked to 2014 free agent Paul Soliai about an extension. Miami likely will choose between Starks and Soliai next spring.
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Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald writes that the Miami Dolphins have yet to offer franchise player DT Randy Starks a long-term contract after tendering him to a $8.45 million with the franchise tag.
Jackson mentions that the Dolphins haven’t made a long-term offer since before designating him with the tag, which reportedly “wasn’t remotely close to his asking...
According to the Miami Herald, even though Dolphins defensive lineman Randy Starks would love a new contract, he’s expected to report to training camp and not complain about being slapped with the franchise tag earlier this offseason.
To his surprise, the Dolphins haven’t made a multiyear offer to defensive tackle Randy Starks since slapping him with the $8.45 million franchise...
According to Rotoworld.com, ESPN’s Ron Jaworski believes Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill will make ”significant improvement” and have a “big year” this coming season.
Jaws believes Tannehill “showed a lot of positive traits despite having very few weapons at his disposal,” including the ability to “subtly move within the pocket to avoid pressure.” Added Jaworski...
Chad Johnson, fresh out of jail after smacking his attorney in the rear when facing a judge during a probation hearing, really wants back into the NFL. Dude has bills, and needs that check. Since he cannot get a workout with an NFL team, the attention-starved wideout turned to YouTube after seeing what Arizona Cardinals rookie Robert Gill did on a treadmill. Last week, Gill, from...
Dolphin Shout continues its countdown of the 15 most important Miami Dolphins for the upcoming 2013 NFL season. The next selection hasn’t played much offense or defense, but he made a big impact scoring touchdowns for the Dolphins last season. READ STORY Outside the Redzone gives you Breaking Sports News, Opinion and Analysis with a [...]
Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick joined Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck as the new breed of young up-and-coming star signal-callers around the NFL in 2012. Not only can they each of them beat you with their arm, but they also all have the athleticism that gives defensive coordinators fits. Each of them also led their respective teams to the NFL playoffs while putting up the...