Found May 24, 2013 on
Robert Griffin III
New York Jets
Fresh off their best offseason in recent memory, the Miami Dolphins look to make the transition from overachievers in 2012 to contenders in 2013.
Matt Moore elected to remain
a Dolphin this offseason.
(Photo: Kevin M. Coleman)
The Dolphins have certainly bolstered the roster with the additions of wide receivers Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson and linebackers Philip Wheeler and Dannell Ellerbee among others. But while the new acquisitions rightfully stole the headlines, there was one very significant signing lost in the mix and it was that of quarterback Matt Moore.
After a 6-3 finish to 2011 in which Moore threw three times as many touchdowns as interceptions, many projected Moore to be the starter in Miami in 2012. But after losing the starting job to rookie Ryan Tannehill, Moore had to settle for the job as Tannehill's backup.
One common theory was Moore was a bad fit for Mike Sherman's offense, but Moore proved that he could still add value even if it ca...
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Miami Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland handed $91 million in guaranteed money and over $200 million in total contract dollars this offseason. He was aggressive in outsourcing free agents that wanted to take their talents to South Beach at the right price. There were a couple of in-house free agents he needed to retain – Brian Hartline, Matt Moore, Nate Garner, and Chris Clemons...
first of a series of articles, the writers at Dolphinshout will analyze changes in key areas of the Miami Dolphin football team. This installment focuses on the
defensive front seven.
responsibility of the front seven begins most notably with pass rushing. In
today’s NFL, money goes to the players that pass the ball, protect the passer, catch the ball, rush...
A lot of guys like to look for certain things in their significant others. For some it is all about the looks. Others want to have more of a cerebral connection. Some want a person that can make them laugh and hang out like one of the guys while others (sadly) want to marry someone just like Mom.
Few are as lucky as Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Not only is Laura...
According to the Miami Herald, cornerback Brent Grimes ran with the first team defense as he continues comeback from a season-ending Achilles injury from last season.
Brent Grimes (looking fully recovered from last September’s Achilles injury) and Richard Marshall (looking fully recovered from last season’s back injury) opened with the first team. Dimitri Patterson and Nolan...
The Miami Dolphins drafted cornerback Jamar Taylor to help upgrade their highly-questionable pass defense. If Taylor can put on the field what he's studied on film, they'll have nothing to worry about.When asked by Max Strauss of prointerviews.org which NFL player Taylor likens himself to, the second-round pick out of Boise State threw for the end zone."I like to compare...
DAVIE, Fla. It would be a stretch to claim the Miami Dolphins now sport a New-Name Defense.
After all, veterans Cameron Wake and Randy Starks headline a returning frontline. Linebacker Koa Misi and safeties Chris Clemons and Reshad Jones also remain in the 4-3 defense.
The unit finished 21st overall in the league in 2012. It was 13th against the run, but 27th against the pass a...
The great thing about the NFL is that there are so many positions that every year, there is almost always at least one player who has a breakout year on every team, no matter how good or bad the team is. This is one part in a 32 part segment detailing one potential breakout player for the 2013 NFL season on each NFL team (rookies don’t count). For the Miami Dolphins, that player...
I have some exciting news to announce for Dolphin Shout. We are adding a new member to our team of writers. Please help me introduce Mike Ferguson to the Shout.
Mike is a lifetime Miami Dolphins fan with many fond memories of the Dolphins of old. He actually owns his own sports website called Outside the Redzone and is a sports reporter for The Ledger in Polk County.
Dustin Keller made an annual trip to South Beach during his five years with the New York Jets and opted for a one-year contract with the Miami Dolphins this offseason.Keller, however, plans on making his next arrangement with the team a little longer. "This definitely is where I want to be for the long term, but I just want to prove that I'm better than last year,"...