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Miami Dolphins 4th-round draft pick Lamar Miller is fighting just to make the final 53-man roster. He’s currently listed as the 4th-string running back, behind Reggie Bush, Daniel Thomas and Steve Slaton.
At this point, Miller’s best chance to make the active roster may be by winning the kick returner competition. He’s battling Marcus Thigpen, who joined the team from the CFL, for the job.
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The QB competition is over in Miami, at least for now, as the team has come out and said that their first round rookie will be under center week one.
Despite having two quarterbacks on the roster who have NFL experience, Joe Philbin has made the decision to start rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill for week one in Houston. And I think it’s a horrible decision.
I know a lot of the experts are saying that they’re behind the choice and that Miami is clearly not going anywhere this year, so let the kid play. But for a franchise...
For yet another season, Razzball will be interviewing local NFL beat writers for some in-depth actual football knowledge to sway some insight in our fantasy football knowledge. Keep your eye out for an interview for every NFL team through the summer and check out each one on the “2012 Fantasy Football Team Previews” link. This installment comes courtesy of Kevin Nogle from...
Due to the 2011 Lockout and the uncertainty of anything that was the NFL, HBO decided to cancel its Hard Knocks TV series last year. Adding to that factor was that no NFL team wanted to commit to doing the show.
Who better to follow a show that never was than the 2012 Miami Dolphins? Full of promise and young talent, the Dolphins will ultimately rise through the...
DAVIE, Fla. -- With his NFL debut still more than two weeks away, Ryan Tannehill can already boast of an achievement unprecedented among Miami Dolphins quarterbacks: He won a starting job in his first training camp. New coach Joe Philbin gave Tannehill the job Monday, meaning the Dolphins will have a rookie QB start a season opener for the first time when they play at Houston on...
The Miami Dolphins have their man.
After a relatively brief competition with Matt Moore and David Garrard, Ryan Tannehill was officially named the Dolphins starting quarterback by head coach Joe Philbin on Monday. After Tannehill started the ’Phins second preseason game and played relatively well, this doesn’t come as much of a surprise. Tannehill knows offensive coordinator...
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After episode three of Hard Knocks: Miami Dolphins Training Camp, I see young rookies with raw talent and older veterans, working hard to bring it all together and form a team. Ryan Tannehill has been named starting quarterback (for now). … Continue reading →
Head coach Joe Philbin has named rookie Ryan Tannehill the Dolphins' starting quarterback for Week 1. Fantasy Spin: Tannehill has outperformed 2011 starter Matt Moore so far in camp and the preseason, and the Texas AM product gives the Dolphins the best chance to win. But keep fantasy expectations low, as Miami fields a weak receiving corps and Tannehill is still just a rookie.
Thanks to Larry Brown Sports we got wind of this crazy Miami Dolphins fan who decided to tattoo the Dolphins logo on his head. I really hope they don’t end up changing their logo.
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It’s Tuesday night and time to turn your televisions back to your favorite program of the offseason, HBO’s Hard Knocks. The third episode of the program had a little less drama surrounding it as Ryan Tannehill had already been named the Dolphins starter earlier in the week and the Chad Johnson drama has come to an end ( thank the lord) .
Despite now groundbreaking news that...
Veteran offensive guard offensive guard Eric Steinbach is retiring from the NFL, the Miami Dolphins announced.
Steinbach is a former Pro Bowl alternate who missed last season with a back injury that required surgery.
The day after Joe Philbin's announcement that Ryan Tannehill is the Dolphins' starting quarterback, it was time to get the players' reaction to the news — starting with Tannehill and the man he beat out for the job, Matt Moore.
Dolphins throw rookie Tannehill to wolves by naming him starting