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Loads of important free-agent decisions loom for Dolphins

Kenny Stills went from Week 1 goat to arguably the team’s best deep threat. (Getty Images) With Sunday’s loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Miami Dolphins began an offseason that will see them forced to make decisions on whether to retain a veritable bunch of free agents. While Miami will undoubtedly look outside its roster to make some personnel moves to improve upon current...
Via The Daily Dolphin
January 09, 2017

Minimal jubilation in Miami Dolphins’ locker room after clinching playoff spot

This was the highlight of the night for many of the Dolphins players. (Getty Images) DAVIE—The Dolphins’ locker room conversation about clinching a playoff spot was understated compared to the rampant reaction by their fans when it became official Sunday night. Many of the players watched the Chiefs’ victory over Denver intently, eager to solidify the franchise’s first postseason...
Via The Daily Dolphin
December 26, 2016

Why the Miami Dolphins named a long snapper captain

Miami Dolphins long snapper John Denney is 37 years old, a 12-year veteran, and now, a Miami Dolphins captain. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post) DAVIE — When the Miami Dolphins lost safety Reshad Jones for the season with a shoulder injury, the team had a vacancy at captain. First-year coach Adam Gase didn’t flinch in naming Jones’ replacement — long-snapper John...
Via The Daily Dolphin
October 28, 2016

Miami Dolphins fourth week preseason special teams update

The Miami Dolphins have made recent player cuts that directly affect special teams. Both of the challenger players for the kicker and long snapper positions have been cut. Kicker Marshall Koehn and long snapper Ryan DiSalvo have recently been cut. This means that K Andrew Franks and LS John Denney will likely be holding onto […] Miami Dolphins fourth week preseason special teams...
Via Phin Phanatic
August 29, 2016

Miami Dolphins’ Mike Pouncey graduates from UF, hustles back for scrimmage

Dolphins center Mike Pouncey leads team out of tunnel (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post) Dolphins center Mike Pouncey had a day to remember Saturday, and it had nothing to do with the team’s scrimmage. Pouncey graduated from the University of Florida in the morning.   The Pro Bowl lineman chartered a plane to fly to Gainesville and make it back for the Dolphins’ scrimmage...
Via The Daily Dolphin
August 06, 2016

Dolphins Special Teams: Better, worse, or same in 2016?

The Miami Dolphins are just 10 days away from the start of their 2016 training camp, which means we are down to the last few days before we finally start seeing what the 2016 version of the team will be. Can this version of the team improve over the team that was on the field the last few years? We have been publishing a series of articles taking a look at that 2016 Dolphins roster...
Via The Phinsider
July 19, 2016

PRESS RELEASE: Miami Dolphins Host Punt, Pass & Kick Clinic

The Miami Dolphins hosted more than 70 kids Tuesday at the Doctors Hospital Training Facility, with K Andrew Franks, P Matt Darr, QB Logan Thomas, LS John Denney and T Jason Fox teaching South Florida kids the three different skills to punt, pass and kick.Miami Dolphins Youth & Community Affairs Manager Troy Drayton, a Dolphins alumnus who also participated in Punt, Pass &...
Via PhinManiacs
September 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Dolphins player rep John Denney hasn't read 'overblown' Wells report

DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- The players' union representative from the Miami Dolphins says the fallout from their bullying scandal is overblown because every NFL team has a similar locker-room culture. Long snapper John Denney, a nine-year veteran, said Monday he hadn't read Ted Wells' investigative report on the Dolphins case. But any harassment among players is nothing new, he said. "It...
Via Fox Sports Florida
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins long snapper hits holder in face on Field Goal Attempt

The Miami Dolphins were lined up to attempt a game-tying field goal against the New England Patriots when long snapper John Denney snapped the ball off of Brandon Fields face, who was not ready for the ball.  The Patriots then recovered the live ball and kept their 3-0 lead.  Fields reaction to getting hit in the face was priceless and this will be your GIF of the day, without question.
Via Diehardsport
December 15, 2013  |  Discuss
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