Found August 07, 2012 on
For those who thought the Miami Dolphins would be a boring choice for this season’s Hard Knocks, those worries can be erased. You got Lauren Tannehill wearing her cute white watch and Chad Johnson telling the HBO crew that “If you pause Call of Duty for somebody (a woman), that’s the f*ckin one.”
Oh, and Matt Moore’s wife, Tara, makes her television debut. Is she in Lauren’s world of worship? Not really but it’s good TV.
More quotes of importance from Ocho:
“I feel like a cheetah. I feel black”
“I didn’t have sex last season because of my play.”
“When I scored a touchdown, she let me score”
Full review to come in the morning.
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This training camp, the Miami Dolphins have allowed the HBO cameras into their practice facility for unfettered 24-hour access. Last night, Dolphins fans with access to HBO had an opportunity to get an inside look at what’s been going on at Dolphins camp. ”Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Miami Dolphins” was hyped for over [...]
The Miami Dolphins have changed quite a bit since 2011. Gone are the days of the tight-lipped, anti-media ways of Bill Parcells. Now, the Dolphins are trying to become more open and transparent with the media and fans. When the Dolphins agreed to take part in HBO’s Hard Knocks this offseason, it showed their commitment [...]
Miami's Vontae Davis got a late-night phone call from his grandmother.
Adeline Davis had watched the premiere episode of ''Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Miami Dolphins.''
''`Get in shape, baby. It's going to be a long season,''' Davis said she told him. ''I said, `I know. I'm working every day.'''
David Garrard is listed as the first-team quarterback on the Miami Dolphins' first depth chart.
Garrard is ahead of Matt Moore and first-round pick Ryan Tannehill as they try to win the starting job.
First-year coach Joe Philbin called the quarterback battle ''a fluid situation'' and said there was no guarantee Garrard would get the start in Friday's preseason...
The Miami Dolphins may very well have one of the least recognizable WR core in the league at this moment. Albeit before the season has started, I wouldn’t blame someone who was not a Dolphins fan for that opinion. The Dolphins have looked to free agency to fill some of the void left by Pro [...]
RB Reggie Bush
The franchise tag value for running backs was only 7.7 million in 2012 and if Reggie Bush has another season like he just had, (216 carries for 1086 yards and 6 touchdowns with another 43 catches for 296 yards and another score), he’d be worth that. Heading into his age 28 season in 2013, that would make a lot more sense than giving him a long term deal, especially...
The 2012 NFL season is almost upon us. I'm starting to get excited again about our new Dolphins. Last night I caught the first pre-season game on the NFL Network, and next I am looking forward to the premiere of HBO's Hard Knocks - Training Camp with the Miami Dolphins starting on August 7th at 10 P.M. EST..I have mixed feeling about this show. On one hand...
As we all kicked back on our couches yesterday and enjoyed the first episode of Hard Knocks it wasn’t all good times and laughs as there was one major concern that came from the program. Vontae Davis! Davis still hasn’t fully found his place in the NFL yet showing flashes of brilliances and at times moments where you simply put your hands over your head.
Earlier this week...
Chad Johnson must be warming up his soft show act as the Miami Dolphins are set to make their hard knocks debut.
“Am I scared? I’m scared of me on TV, yeah,” Dolphins coach Joe Philbin stated via reporter Izzy Gould of the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel. ” I’m scared of me, but I’m not scared of the information or leakage or any of that kind of stuff. I’m not even worried...
A year without Hard Knocks only intensified the thirst fans had for the HBO program. Tonight, that thirst will finally be quenched.
For Miami Dolphins fans, the premiere of the new season represents a venture into uncharted territory - a national spotlight on the franchise.
It has been far too long since the team name lingered on the tongue of fans and analysts, so it will be interesting...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) Never mind that Miami rookie Les Brown hasn't played competitive football since 2005.
Never mind that he played college basketball instead and recently worked for an equity firm.
While Brown has impressed his Dolphins' teammates and coaches by making it to training camp, that's not good enough for the tight end.
''Every day I wake up...