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On Friday, the Miami Dolphins kicked FinsWeekend into high gear. The Dolphins hold their annual FinsWeekend to raise money for the Miami Dolphins Foundation, which raises money for education, athletic and health programs throughout Florida. It’s a great event that brings current and former Dolphins together to raise money for a good cause. On Friday, [...]
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The Miami Dolphins traded up in the fourth round to draft Miami running back, Lamar Miller.
The only problem is, the Dolphins have Reggie Bush, who was great last season, and Daniel Thomas, who they drafted in the second round in 2011.
So what will Miller's role be for the Dolphins?
The Dolphins have made it clear they would like to start Miller out as a possible kick returner...
I’m sure folks are wondering and yes, I do have a copy of Bill Walsh’s playbook from the 80’s and what I’m presenting comes directly from that playbook. With the play clock it seems astonishing that...
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After trading Brandon Marshall this offseason, the Dolphins’ receiving corps instantly turned into one of the worst in the league. They didn’t spend any premium picks on the position through the draft, opting instead to address their other many needs, and as of right now, it’s very, very unclear how the depth chart order will shake out at wide receiver for the Dolphins.
I would not recommend drafting any of Miami’s quarterbacks because we don’t know who the starter is and they could change quarterbacks at least once midseason. Also, they probably all suck.
RB Reggie Bush (Miami)
Reggie Bush finally made it through a season healthy last year, carrying the ball 216 times in 15 games and keeping 2nd round rookie Daniel Thomas at bay. However, prior...
While some players tout the opportunity to win a Super Bowl, some players make predictions in the offseason.On Tuesday, Reggie Bush shared exactly what was on his mind, he wants to win the Rushing Title. There are many questions not if Reggie can be the NFL season leading rusher:Is Reggie Bush durable enough for a 16 game season? He played 15 games last season and missed one...
Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill made an appearance on ESPN Radio and was asked if he thinks he’ll start at all this coming season.
“I don’t know,” Tannehill said. “They haven’t told me anything. I’m just going to go in and compete. That’s what I want to do every day, go in and compete. . . . I want to play, but I don’t think they’ve really spelled...
So much of the talk in the Dolphins offseason involved the need to get better at quarterback that we can't help but see the irony of one Matt Moore being named the team's MVP for 2011.
Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush found himself in hot water with his Twitter followers for posting remarks about Nazis after German club Bayern Munich lost to England's Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League final Saturday.
Bush seemed to get a carried away watching Chelsea's comeback in a thrilling final, tweeting repeatedly during the penalty shootout, which the English...
The safety position was a major area of concern for the Jets entering the offseason period. After stockpiling safeties through the draft and free agency, New York added former Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell to its defensive backfield on Friday.
NEW YORK- The wait is over in regards to the landing spot for S Yeremiah Bell. The 34-year-old safety was able to create a mild buzz for himself by feeding the media with small clues as to where he was going to end up.
Dolphins running back Reggie Bush has a history of getting himself in trouble via Twitter. Most notably, he wished ALS-stricken former teammate Steve Gleason a “speedy recovery”, which would have been an awesome gesture if it weren’t for the fact that ALS is chronically degenerative disease. Bush was back at his magic yesterday, making a Nazi joke while talking about Didier...
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Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush ended up getting stuck at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport because an aerosol can discharged at a security checkpoint, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Bush tweeted, Currently stuck at Ft. Lauderdale airport standing outside underneath the airport with hundreds of people. They won’t let us leave!
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, the New York Jets have signed former Miami Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell.
Bell signed a one-year, $1.4 million deal, with a $200,000 signing bonus, $100,000 workout bonus, $1,100,000 base fully guaranteed and $1.3mil fully guaranteed.
The 34 year-old Bell recorded 107 tackles, 2 sacks and 1 interception in 2011.