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Keller (81) and Wallace (11). (Photo: El Nuevo Herald)
While the Miami Dolphins offense struggled early on once again in Friday's 27-3 preseason victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, the starting unit finally got it together on its final drive which resulted in a touchdown. But despite the early struggles, it has become apparent that this will be a far more dangerous team when it comes to throwing the football in 2013.
The Dolphins look to be a more dangerous passing team this season despite the prized signing of the offseason, Mike Wallace, going without a catch in his first game in a Dolphins' uniform. But who needs a receiver that can stretch the field when you have a tight end that can do it?
In his Miami debut, former New York Jet tight end Dustin Keller shined. Keller recorded two receptions for 46 yards including a 22-yard touchdown on what would be quarterback Ryan Tannehill's final pass of the night. While Wallace was shut out, Brandon Gibson had a 14-...
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When the Miami Dolphins revamped their roster this offseason, one name that was seemingly forgotten until now is Dustin Keller. However, the addition of the veteran tight end could prove to be one of the team's wisest decsions of the year.
As a member of the New York Jets for the past five seasons, Keller always appeared to have his best games of the year against the Dolphins...
The Miami Dolphins are just about halfway through the preseason. So we thought it would be a good time to take a look at where the Dolphins position battles stand just 26 days before the team heads to Cleveland for the season opener. The Dolphins have a number of position battles taking place, including a number of starting positions. Injuries have certainly played a part...
The Miami Dolphins returned to the practice field on Sunday, following their 27-3 victory on Friday night against the Jaguars. The focus of the practice was on fundamentals, so there were no 11 on 11 drills as is customary. According to the Sun Sentinel, Joe Philbin said: “I thought that we had a really good practice today. We decided to change up the practice schedule a...
The Miami Dolphins returned to the practice field Wednesday morning, following their off day yesterday. Surprisingly, the Dolphins were in jersey and shorts, but no pads. I say it’s surprising because the team worked on fundamentals on Sunday, so 2 of the last 3 days have been largely non-tackling practices. This for a team that has had its issues with missed tackles early...
There is still only one resident of ‘Perfectville’ in the NFL, the 1972 Miami Dolphins. However, that perfect team, the only perfect team ever in NFL history, never got their trip to the White House to visit the president. Did you know that? I didn’t. I wasn’t around when the Dolphins had their perfect season and won back to back Lombardi trophies. However, I still...
The Miami Dolphins announced on Wednesday that they have terminated the contract of K Dan Carpenter.
Carpenter, 27, has been in a competition with fifth-round pick Caleb Sturgis throughout training camp. The most recent reports suggested that Sturgis was favorite to win the job and the fact that Carpenter was set to make a base salary of $2.675 million for the upcoming season...
The Miami Dolphins have released kicker Dan Carpenter, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Miami Dolphins have terminated the contract of kicker Dan Carpenter, the team announced.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 14, 2013
With Caleb Sturgis outperforming Carpenter in camp, this isn’t a surprise.
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DAVIE, Fla. -- It's got as much a chance of happening as no-nonsense Joe Philbin performing a vaudeville skit.
But at least it's fun that Mike Wallace is still talking about having a 2,000-yard receiving season.
In 2011, when the wideout was with the Pittsburgh Steelers, he told the Beaver County Times about the upcoming season, "I have big goals. I plan to get 2,000...
The Miami Dolphins have terminated the contract of kicker Dan Carpenter the team announced.
“On behalf of the Miami Dolphins I would like to thank Dan for his contributions he has made as a member of the organization” said General Manager Jeff Ireland. “For the past five seasons Dan has been a tireless worker on the field while devoting countless hours of his time off the...
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According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Miami Dolphins’ rookie defensive end Dion Jordan hasn’t practiced in two days due to nursing a shoulder injury.
League source says Dion Jordan is nursing shoulder injury. He had shoulder surgery in February. Hasn't practiced in two days.
— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) August 12...
Is it wins? Is it playoffs or bust? Is success just needing to see improvement?
The NFL is a black and white league defined by wins. The Dolphins are currently heading into their 6th season where Jeff Ireland has been tweaking and trying to improve the roster by acquiring and drafting with the intentions of building a contender in Miami.
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ESPN's Sal Paolantonio reports via this video from Patriots/Bucs practice, that Tampa Bay GM Mark Dominik has said Darrelle Revis will probably play some in the preseason week 3 contest vs the Miami Dolphins.
Click here to watch the Video interview of Revis.