Miami Dolphins 2014 schedule breakdown

The Miami Dolphins avoid a West Coast trip but will travel to London in 2014 as they try to snap a five-year playoff drought. The Dolphins knew their opponents and the date (Sept. 28) of their game against Oakland Raiders) at London's Wembley Stadium as part of the NFL's International Series before the times and dates for the remainder of their schedule were announced Wednesday...
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The Miami Dolphins 2014 schedule is finally released

It finally happened.   The 2014 NFL schedule was announced Wednesday night and the Miami Dolphins will open with the New England Patriots.   Some highlights of the year include a trip to New York to face the Jets for  Monday night football. The Dolphins lucked out facing Buffalo at home early in the season and finishing off with 2 home games.   The Fins get two primetime games...
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WR Mike Wallace says new 'big play' offense fits his style

Miami WR Mike Wallace was a huge bust in his first year with the Dolphins, but the firing of former offensive coordinator Mike Sherman has brought change that the receiver likes. “Right now, always good to get chemistry going with your quarterback,” Wallace said, via Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald. “But I don’t think it’s going to really make a difference. It...
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Mock Draft 2.0 – Dolphins make a bold move at 19

Mock draft number one came and went and now it’s time for round 2 ! After taking CJ Mosley with the 19th pick overall in the 1st go around, we decided to make a bold decision and trade out of the first round. A trade was made with the Texans and now the Dolphins receive picks No. 33 and No. 65. This trade makes a lot of sense for the Fins who get the 33nd pick with lots of talent...
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Lamar Miller: One step back, one leap forward

Lamar Miller started 15 games for the Dolphins in 2014 and in his second NFL season he led the club in rushing with 709 yards on 4 yards a carry. Miller didn’t blow anyone away as the Dolphins ground game wasn’t stout as they were 26th in yards, but they only ran it 349 times (29th in league in rushes). Miller could have been way better or, at least good enough to get Thomas...
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Dustin Keller’s agent says his client is “good to go”

The agent of tight end Dustin Keller says hie client is ready to go after tearing his ACL early last season. Here's an interesting thought for #Giants at TE depending on how draft unfolds. Ex-#Jets TE Dustin Keller is "good to go," per his agent — Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) April 21, 2014 Keller will sign with a team, but will probably have to wait until after...
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Former Jets tight end Dustin Keller 'good to go' after missing entire 2013 NFL season

Tight end Dustin Keller never got a chance to be called a Miami Dolphins player. Spending his entire six-year career with the New York Jets, he was signed by Miami last free agency period to a one-year contract. Yet before the 2013 NFL season even got underway, Keller had his knee obliterated in a preseason game last summer, tearing his ACL, MCL, PCL, and dislocating his patella...
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Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Colby Goodwyn, RB, Old Dominion

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Colby Goodwyn, RB, Old Dominion  How many teams were recruiting you out of high school? Not too many teams it came down to Hampton University, Delaware, and I had a partial scholarship to North Carolina. Where did you choose and why? I chose Old Dominion University, because it was a new […] The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Colby Goodwyn...
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The NFL Draft is a Crapshoot for The Miami Dolphins

The clock ticks toward the 2014 draft and every Dolphin fan chews stubby fingernails waiting for the inevitable “Ted F-ing Ginn” moment. Remembering where you were when the commissioner stepped to the podium and announced, “With the 9th pick in the 2007 draft, the Miami Dolphins select… Ted Ginn Jr from The Ohio State University” is a rite-of-passage for Dolphin fans. Man...
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Longtime FBI employee hired by Dolphins

MIAMI (AP) -- A longtime FBI employee has been hired by the Miami Dolphins to oversee security in the wake of last year's bullying scandal. Joe Cicini spent 23 years in the Miami division of the FBI, where he worked with the joint terrorism task force and special events task force. He has provided crisis management training to the NFL, MLB, NBA, colleges and universities. The...
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Aaron Murray’s stock is starting to rise; Several teams very interested

Aaron Murray threw 54 passes on his pro day, just five months removed from surgery to repair a torn ACL. He drew a large gathering of NFL scouts. The Miami Dolphins have met with Murrray and, according to the Miami Herald, are considering a second meeting. The St. Louis Rams are reportedly interested in drafting […] The post Aaron Murray’s stock is starting to rise; Several...
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Dolphins Second-Round Pick CB Jamar Taylor Nearly Quit Football Last Year

  Miami Dolphins former second-round pick CB Jamar Taylor recently mentioned that things got so bad for him last year that he nearly quit football all together. “It was to the point last year I thought I was done playing football,” Taylor told the Idaho Statesman. “I didn’t want to play anymore. I was out of it. Thank God for my girlfriend, my family, my pastors and God...
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Report: Dolphins leaning towards taking Cyrus Kouandjio in the first round

According to Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post,  the Dolphins are leaning towards using the 19th overall pick on Alabama offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio. Although Notre Dame offensive tackle/guard Zack Martin is a popular choice for the Dolphins among those projecting the NFL draft, a source with knowledge of the situation tells the Palm Beach Post that Miami GM Dennis Hickey...
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2014 NFL Draft: Dolphins interested in QB Aaron Murray?

The Miami Dolphins seem to be comfortable with Ryan Tannehill as their franchise quarterback moving forward, but they are very interested in bringing in another talented young quarterback to push him. According to reports, the Dolphins are “very interested” in Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, and have already visited with him. Miami is considering another meeting in the near...
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9 Current NFL Starters Who May Be Put On the Trade Block

Trades aren’t as prevalent in the National Football League as they are in other sports. Just look at some of the players who have been moved thus far this offseason: Blaine Gabbert, Jonathan Martin, Mike Williams and Jeremy Zuttah—not exactly the most outstanding group of players. Read on below about nine current starters who very well could be put on the trade block between...
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