Dolphins CB Tony Lippett lost for season with torn Achilles

Already without starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill for the season, the Miami Dolphins were dealt another major blow to their playoff chances on Tuesday.The team announced that starting cornerback Tony Lippettt will miss the entire 2017 campaign due to a torn Achilles.“The Dolphins have taken another injury hit, with cornerback Tony Lippett out for the season because of a torn...
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Jay Cutler to make Dolphins debut against Ravens

A little over a week ago, Jay Cutler was preparing to spend the 2017 season in the broadcast booth. Now, the 34-year-old quarterback is ready to show football fans what he looks like in a Miami Dolphins uniform.On Tuesday, Dolphins head coach Adam Gase confirmed that Cutler will play in Thursday night’s preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens. Cutler took all of the first-team...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Kenny Stills explains why he ended his anthem protest

Kenny Stills was one of several players who took up Colin Kaepernick’s cause last season by kneeling during the national anthem, but the Miami Dolphins wide receiver is not planning to continue the protest in 2017.Stills and teammate Michael Thomas, who also took a knee during “The Star-Spangled Banner” last year, both remained on their feet when the song played before Sunday’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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AFC East preview: Can anyone dethrone the Patriots?

New England has had a stranglehold on the division since Tom Brady took over as starting quarterback in 2001. The Patriots have only lost the division twice during the Brady era (2002 and 2008) and have an incredible 47-13 record against division opponents over the past decade.The path to a title in this division clearly runs through Gillette Stadium. And well, that spells bad news...
Via The Sports Post
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Gase: Cutler could debut in next Dolphins preseason game

Quarterback Jay Cutler is up to speed enough that he could make his Miami Dolphins debut this week, according to coach Adam Gase.Gase said the veteran quarterback is “trending” toward playing in Miami’s preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday. Cutler played under Gase, then the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator, in 2015, so the offense likely isn’t accompanied...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Ajayi still not practicing two weeks after suffering concussion

Miami Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi suffered a concussion two weeks ago, and he’s still in the NFL’s concussion protocol, unable to practice, per Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald.This isn’t panic-worthy news, but it’s still very concerning, both for Ajayi on a personal level and for the Dolphins. Miami has already lost Ryan Tannehill and rookie starting linebacker Raekwon...
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Report: Ryan Tannehill will have surgery, miss entire season

As it’s been speculated since last week, Ryan Tannehill will undergo surgery to repair the damage to his twice-injured ACL on his left knee.Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald had the scoop on this story.“The Miami Dolphins and Ryan Tannehill have come to the agreement that the best course for repairing a torn ACL in hi left knee is to opt for reconstructive surgery and so...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Cutler signing an ominous sign for Tannehill, Moore?

There are several conclusions to be drawn from the Miami Dolphins signing Jay Cutler, none of them particularly encouraging.For one, it’s fair to wonder why Miami wanted a starter-level quarterback with name recognition in the first place. That’s even before you get into whatever rationale exists for choosing Cutler over Colin Kaepernick. With Matt Moore on the roster, the Dolphins...
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Miami Dolphins to offer $40 tickets at Hard Rock Stadium games this season

NFL teams have been seeing a decline in ticket sales, and many are citing that the millennial demographic is the major reason why. Whether it’s because of high-definition television, food/beverage prices, lack of interest or ticket prices, it’s clear that millenials aren’t attending games like baby boomers did. The Miami Dolphins are looking to change that. Starting this season...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

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