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There’s a lot going on a Dolphins camp today. First, the Dolphins returned to practice today following their off day on Sunday. After practice, the Dolphins released their first draft of the team depth chart. The depth chart is very fluid and will change, but there are certainly some interesting things there that bear watching [...]
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DAVIE, Fl-Somebody has to go. It does not matter what the depth chart says at the moment, QB Matt Moore understands that even if first-round pick Ryan Tannehill is listed in the number three slot that he has zero job security.
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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 [...]
The Dolphins aren't close to settling their three-way quarterback competition, meaning rookie first-round pick Ryan Tannehill has a chance to start for Miami. David Garrard was listed as the starter on the first depth chart of the preseason on Monday, and coach Joe Philbin said it was a result of what happened since April 10. "First and foremost, he's gotta be a...
The long awaited first Miami Dolphins depth chart came out today and it came with its fair share of surprises. Before fans overreact however note that even coach Philbin said the depth chart is far from finalized and there are still positional battles that need to be worked out.
That being said this is the first black and white information that Dolphins fans can get their hands...
David Garrard says it's ''pretty cool'' to be listed as the starting quarterback on the Miami Dolphins' first depth chart of the season, though he knows the competition for the starting job isn't over.
Last year's starter, Matt Moore, says ''I guess it's frustrating a little bit, but I'm not worried.''
Garrard was listed on...
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 [...]
The quarterback depth chart is a little more clear in Miami. Ahead of Matt Moore and the first rounder Ryan Tannehill, David Garrard is listed as the Dolphins’ first-team quarterback.
According to first-year coach Joe Philbin, the quarterback battle is a ‘fluid situation’ and that there’s no guarantee that Garrard will get the start in the preseason opener Friday against...
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...
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...
The Miami Dolphins official depth chart has been released and David Garrard is listed as the starting quarterback with Matt Moore behind him and Ryan Tannehill as the third string quarterback heading into their first preseason game.
Of course the Dolphins’ depth chart can change at any time, but this is confirmation that Garrard is the current front-runner to be the starter...
With the airing of HBO's Hard Knocks, the Miami Dolphins
The first new episode of HBO’s Hard Knocks in two years (thanks again, lockout) airs this evening. Tough task for NFL Films to fit the full breadth of ineptitude of this year’s Dolphins into a single television mini-series, but I think they’re up to it. Let’s all gather together and laugh at Reggie Bush, Chad Johnson and Jeff Ireland while hoping for a Lauren Tannehill appearance...