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One day after the Dolphins finally ended their skid, an upbeat Tony Sparano addressed several issues, including Vontae Davis and the ascent of Reggie Bush.
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When the Miami Dolphins traded for Reggie Bush in late July, they were hoping he would be a weapon they could use in a variety of ways. However, through the first 6 weeks of the Dolphins season, Bush was anything but a weapon. Through the Dolphins first 6 games, Reggie Bush averaged 38 yards rushing [...]
The Miami Dolphins believe that their Conerback Vontae Davis was HUNGOVER when he arrived to practice Saturday. According to the Miami Herald, that he was late arriving to practice, as some believe that the night before, Davis had gone and gotten himself DRUNK. Sources inside the Dolphins say that when he arrived to the practice facility, they could smell alcohol, and notice...
Miami Dolphins cornerback Vontae Davis will return to play this week following a team-imposed suspension provided his hamstring cooperates, according to coach Tony Sparano.
Davis was left home for the Dolphins' 31-3 win over the Kansas City Chiefs with reports surfacing that he nearly got into a fight with
The winless Miami Dolphins announced that cornerback Vontae Davis and defensive end Phillip Merling will not play in Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs due to "non-injury related" reasons.
Davis has been nursing a chronic hamstring injury, but the Miami Herald reported that he has not been pleased with the team and its handling of his ailment.
The Miami Dolphins suspended cornerback Vontae Davis after arriving to practice hung over on Saturday. He also ended up getting into a confrontation with receiver Brandon Marshallon the same day. Davis didn’t play at all during Sunday’s win over the Chiefs and right now we’re not sure if Davis will miss any additional games.
Vontae Davis‘ hamstring has been an issue for weeks and he was already expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Chiefs. He will miss the game, but the Dolphins officially said the reason was for “non-injury” reasons. Defensive end Philip Merling, who has made almost no impact this year, was also ruled out for non-injury…
Dolphins running back Reggie Bush is coming off what may be the best two-week stretch of his NFL career, with 195 rushing yards and 67 receiving yards in Miami’s last couple games. To Dolphins coach Tony Sparano, that’s proof that the team’s offensive plans are working. As Sparano took some time out from celebrating the…
It took 9 weeks but in week 9 the Miami Dolphins have finally joined the NFL this season.
The Dolphins played by far and away their best game of the season dominating the Chiefs from beginning to end in every aspect of this game.
Whether it was Reggie Bush being used correctly and running up and down the field or it was Brandon Marshall proving maybe he does have some talent left...
The Miami Dolphins are no longer winless. Matt Moore threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns, Reggie Bush had 92 yards rushing and another score, and the Dolphins walloped the Kansas City Chiefs, 31-3, on Sunday.
The Miami Dolphins are no longer winless. Matt Moore threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns, Reggie Bush had 92 yards rushing and another score and the Dolphins walloped the Kansas City Chiefs 31-3 on Sunday.
Matt Moore threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns, Reggie Bush had 92 yards rushing and another score and the Miami Dolphins won their first game of the season in a big way, 31-3 over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
The Dolphins were supposed to have a new, high-flying offense this season, but it fell flat through the team’s first seven games. It averaged 15.3 points per game (28th in the NFL) and scored just nine touchdowns as the Dolphins fell to 0-7 and struggled to incorporate Reggie Bush and other new pieces into new [...]