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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- With players from the 1972 Miami Dolphins watching on the 40th anniversary of the NFL's only perfect season, Miami scored 21 unanswered points to defeat the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-3 Sunday. Pulling away from a 3-3 first-quarter tie, the Dolphins (6-8) earned their second win in the past seven games. The Jaguars (2-12) lost for the 10th time in the past 11 games. "When you consider many of the greatest players in our franchise's history from the 1972 team were in attendance," Miami coach Joe Philbin said, "it was a great home win. Our guys played as a team." Miami rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill displayed the effective form he possessed earlier in the season, completing 22 of 28 passes for 220 yards with two touchdowns and a 123.2 rating. He also ran for 52 yards on eight carries, and he passed for a two-point conversion. Dan Carpenter added field goals 53, 30 and 31 yards for the Dolphins. "It's big for us ...
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Chad Johnson and his ex-wife appeared in a Florida courtroom to have her order of protection against him dropped.
If you will recall the duo had a nasty fight that resulted in Johnson losing his job with the Miami Dolphins after she claimed that he headbutted her.
The word is that Chad is doing what he must to get her back. Bad idea?
Most people would think so. The TMZ video of...
The Miami Dolphins think they might have finally found the franchise quarterback that they’ve been searching for, for almost 13 years. Ryan Tannehill could be just the quarterback the Dolphins have been looking for all this time. At least we hope so. But, yesterday we learned something that we didn’t know about the dark era of Nick Saban in Miami. Yesterday, during a...
Believe it or not, with a 6-8 record, the Dolphins remain in the hunt for a playoff berth heading into the final two weeks of the season.
Here is what needs to happen for the Dolphins to make the playoffs ...
1. Dolphins win vs. Buffalo AND at New England
2a. Jets lose at Tennessee AND vs. San DiegoOR2b. Jets lose at Buffalo
3. Bengals lose at Pittsburgh AND vs. Baltimore...
The Miami Dolphins were determined to get back to winning on their home field. Yesterday, they did just that. After a slow start, the Dolphins turned up the heat on defense and the offense started to show some life. The Dolphins defense surrendered a field goal on the Jaguars opening drive. However, the Dolphins defenders dominated the rest of the game and kept the Jaguars...
The Miami Dolphins have announced that
fullback, tight end Charles Clay tore a ligament in his right knee this weekend
during the team’s victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars and will undergo
season-ending surgery in the coming days, reports Omar Kelly of the Florida
Miami Dolphins H-back Charles Clay tore a ligament in
his right knee and will undergo season...
It has been said that many NFL free agents have declined to play for the Miami Dolphins because of their lack of respect for the team’s general manager, Jeff Ireland. Between what he has said to players and their families, nobody likes or respects Ireland as a GM or as a person. But while he has not commented officially on the future status of Ireland, sources close to the Dolphins’...
The Miami Dolphins will have wide receiver Brian Hartline
and linebacker Karlos Dansby for today’s matchup against the Jacksonville
Jaguars, but they’ll be without wide receiver Davone Bess and linebacker Koa
Bess is dealing with a back injury that has caused him to
miss practice this week. The Dolphins ruled the wide receiver, who’s caught 61
passes for 778 yards...
Ryan Tannehill took some hits when he came to the sideline following the Miami Dolphins' final score. The rookie weaved along the bench playfully jostled by a nudge to the ribs, slaps on the helmet and whacks on the back. It was standard stuff as NFL celebrations go, but unusual for Tannehill and Miami's offense.
With Davone Bess missing the first game of his career, a pair of untested receivers in Rishard Matthews and Marlon Moore were moved up the depth chart to fill the void. Starting tight end Anthony Fasano got the call, too. Fasano caught a season-high six passes for 56 yards, adding a touchdown and a two-point conversion reception in the Miami Dolphins' 24-3 win over the Jacksonville...
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The Miami Dolphins were awarded cornerback Dimitri Patterson off waivers from the Cleveland Browns and placed tight end Charles Clay on injured reserve. Patterson saw action in seven games for the Browns after signing as a free agent over the offseason, but slipped down the depth chart when he missed seven games following a mid-October ankle injury. Clay suffered a knee injury...
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Defensive back Dimitri Patterson has been awarded to the Miami Dolphins one day after being waived by the Cleveland Browns.
The Dolphins also placed backup tight end Charles Clay on injured reserve Tuesday with a right knee injury. Patterson reinforces the secondary with the questionable status of cornerback Nolan Carroll, who hurt his left knee in Sunday'...
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- With players from the 1972 Dolphins watching on the 40th anniversary of the NFL's only perfect season, Miami scored 21 unanswered points to defeat the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-3 Sunday. Pulling away from a 3-3 first-quarter tie, the Dolphins (6-8) earned their second win in the past seven games. The Jaguars (2-12) lost for the 10th time in the past 11...
Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the Miami Dolphins' in-state contest with the AFC's Jacksonville Jaguars.Nick's take:The injury-depleted Jaguars get receiver Cecil Shorts back, but that won't be enough. Without Maurice Jones-Drew and a run defense on the other side, Jacksonville isn't much of a threat...