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BY SEAN DONOVANThe Miami Dolphins are the first team in AFC East to begin training camp, as their rookies reported Saturday.Here are five tasks the Dolphins must complete by the end of summer activities:Get all the unfamiliar names on same page. The Dolphins brought in a number of big-name free agents this offseason, most of which are expected to be starters or major contributors. To make room on the depth chart, many of the team's locker room leaders were cut, traded or not re-signed. It'll be a challenge to integrate all of the newcomers while maintaining a cohesive team atmosphere, both on and off the field. A new, vocal leadership core will need to emerge from the current group of players to help this team realize it's potential.Find contributors among rookie class. In addition to the free agent additions, the Dolphins brought in nine draft picks, most of whom are considered unpolished and will primarily serve as back-fill on the depth chart as rookies. Some, however...
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Your new look Miami Dolphins hit the field for the first time today in what should be an interesting and hopefully enjoyable 2013 NFL season. The Dolphins have many new faces headed into camp this year including very recently signed 3rd overall pick Dion Jordan. The many free agent additions Jeff Ireland made this offseason get a chance to take in the Florida...
Lakeland, FL native Mike Gillislee figured the Miami Dolphins had no reason to draft him back in April, as the team already had a great duo of young running backs in Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas. Out of the Univerisity of Florida, the big fan of Ricky Williams gets to stay once again in the familiar confines of his home state, and it feels like he's living in a dream after...
According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Miami Dolphins have decided not to put an offer on the table for free agent fullback Vonta Leach.
They will go with what they have on the roster to open up training camp.
However, the team could still return to Leach as an option if no player fills the position.
Those players would be Jorvorskie Lane and Charles Clay who...
According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, cornerback Brent Grimes has opened up training camp as starter for the Dolphins.
This is very encouraging for Grimes and the Dolphins after he tore his Achilles last season. Miami is clearly not worried about his health going forward.
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The Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys will play each other in the Hall of Fame game that opens the preseason.
That means both teams get an extra week of practice and under the new CBA, practices and full contact drills have become invaluable.
The Dolphins are taking advantage of the extra time and they need it with the influx of free agents they signed in the 2013 offseason...
Miami Dolphins top draft pick Dion Jordan is sitting out the start of training camp because his surgically repaired right shoulder has not fully healed, and he has been placed on the non-football injury list.
The defensive end and linebacker from Oregon wore uniform No. 95 Sunday but watched the first practice from the sideline. He and coach Joe Philbin declined to say how long...
Hey Finatics! What are you going to you going to be doing at 8am Sunday morning? We'll be at training camp to kick off the season. Here is the full trianing camp schedule:Sun. July 21st 8:00 AM Mon. July 22nd 8:00 AM Tues. July 23rd 8:00 AM Weds. July 24th 8:00 AMFri. July 26th 8:00 AM Sat. July 27th 8:00 AMSun. July 28th 8:00 AM Mon. July 29th 7:00 PM at Sun Life...
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The Miami Dolphins were able to sign rookie Dion Jordan to a contract today, but he won’t be ready to go once training camp kicks off.
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, Jordan is about one or two weeks away from contact drills.
Per a league source, Jordan is still one or two weeks away from contact drills, following offseason...
Maurkice gave a fake apology, but Mike doesn’t believe there is anything to be sorry for.
Mike Pouncey was asked about the hat after the Dolphins’ first practice of training camp on Sunday, but neither apologized nor otherwise talked about the hat.
I’m just here to focus on football,” Pouncey said. “It’s training camp right now, so we’re just here to focus on football...
BY NICK ST. DENISWhile Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is a thrower first, the former college wide receiver still has a little runner in him, too.Tannehill took off on his feet 49 times for 211 yards and two touchdowns in his rookie season. We expect those numbers to increase in 2013.“It’ll always be a small part of our offense,” Tannehill said Wednesday in conference...
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey declined to join twin brother Maurkice in apologizing for wearing a baseball cap that supported former college teammate Aaron Hernandez, who has been charged with murder.
The Pounceys were photographed during their recent birthday party in Miami wearing caps that read "Free Hernandez."
Hernandez, a former New England Patriots tight end...
First-round draft pick Dion Jordan has signed with the Miami Dolphins, who will have all nine draft choices under contract for the start of training camp workouts Sunday.
Jordan, a defensive end and linebacker from Oregon, was the third player taken in the April draft after the Dolphins swung a trade with Oakland to move up nine spots.
Jordan's deal includes offset language...
BY SEAN DONOVANThe Miami Dolphins had eight of their nine draft picks signed before training camp. The final one inked his contract on the day they were all scheduled to report.The team announced via Twitter that third overall pick Dion Jordan has signed his rookie deal, a four-year contract worth an estimated $20.5 million.The biggest point of emphasis during negotiations and the...
The Pouncey brothers raised plenty of eyebrows with their decision to wear hats reading “Free Hernandez” to a club recently and one of them quickly apologized for referencing former Florida teammate Aaron Hernandez in that manner.
But Dolphins center Mike Pouncey isn’t joining his brother, Steelers center Maurkice, in a show of contrition. Mike Pouncey was asked about the...
The NFL is launching an initiative designed to change the "out of sight/out of mind" reality that many players face once their football careers end, FOX Sports has learned.
Troy Vincent, the NFL's senior vice president of player engagement, told FOX Sports that the goal of the NFL Legends Program is to help alumni better reconnect with each other and their former teams...