Miami Dolphins: Three Bold Predictions For Training Camp

This time last season, many of us pundits who cover the NFL were choosing the Miami Dolphins as the sleeper team in the AFC to make the playoffs. Now, we are picking the Dolphins to escape the AFC East bottom. What a difference a season makes. The AFC East might be the most improved division in football. And while the Dolphins did their share to make moves to get to the second season...
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11 hours ago  |  Discuss

The new Dolphins offensive line will take time to gel

With the offensive line easily being the weakest link on the team last year, General Manager Dennis Hickey and the Miami Dolphins’ front office had to completely rebuild the offensive line this off-season. They did that by signing left tackle Branden Albert, guard Shelley Smith, tackle Jason Fox, and guard Daryn Colledge, and drafting right tackle Ja’Wuan James and guard Billy...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins preparing for unexpected training camp battle

Heading into training camp, it looks like one of the biggest position battles is going to be an unexpected one – the one that is going to take place at the guard position. The Miami Dolphins drafted Dallas Thomas last year and he was nothing but a bust. He couldn’t find a home on the offensive line despite basically being moved around to every position. He couldn’t hold his...
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June 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Welcome changes expected to the Miami Dolphins offense

In the two seasons under Joe Philbin, the Miami Dolphins’ offense has ranked in the 26th and 27th respectively in the league. With Mike Sherman leading the offense, the Dolphins were unable to provide a creative, explosive offense that is required to put up points in today’s NFL. Well with the firing of Mike Sherman this offseason, the Dolphins wanted to bring in a young offensive...
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June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins: Lining Up On The Offensive Side Of The Ball

These are the 1980s Miami Dolphins. This isn’t Dwight Stephenson lining up in the middle. There is no Roy Foster or Keith Sims as Dan Marino’s first line of defense from Bruce Smith or Jim Jeffcoat. These Dolphins have a quarterback who could be something special – if he learns to hold onto the ball on the run and the offensive line can keep him upright for an entire season...
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June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Even a little improvement to the Fins OLine can make a big difference in 2014

Football is a game won in the trenches, on the offensive side the Dolphins were rarely unable to win that battle. The Bucs, both Bills, the Jets, and the Ravens games are all great examples in which the Dolphins were dominated on the line. Take away one or two sacks in each game and the Dolphins could have potentially won these games. But instead of looking at the “What If’s”...
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June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

NFL Notes: Broncos, Colts, Dolphins, Jags, Jets, Lions, Pats, Ravens, Redskins, Saints & Steelers

  Here’s a collection of news and rumors from around the NFL. Broncos The Broncos, interestingly enough, have WR Gerell Robinson now listed as a tight end on their offseason roster. (DenverBroncos.com) Colts WR Reggie Wayne has been cleared for football activities, but hasn’t participated in OTAs. (ESPN.com) The Colts have WR T.Y. Hilton practicing at all four receiver...
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June 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins Add a Receiver for Depth, Tackle to Offensive Line Rotation

There is another first year general manager in the state of Florida who is making some noise not only for himself, but also for his franchise.If there was anyone who doubted what the Miami Dolphins were doing Thursday night when they took Ja’Wuan James with the 19th pick in the first round, Dennis Hickey showed that he knew what he was doing finding speed at wide receiver and more...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins Reach for Tackle JaWuan James

If you remember the other day, I thought the Dolphins would look to defense in the first round of the draft after a prosperous free agent period.Guess that shows you what I and many in the media really know. There was a rumor or two that Ju’Wuan James was a player this franchise was looking at as a potential first pick. The Tennessee Volunteer, a 6-foot-6, 311-pound offensive lineman...
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May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft Mock Draft

Ever since the Miami Dolphins disappointing week 17 loss to the New York Jets ended the 2013 season, fans immediately began to look forward to the 2014 NFL draft. What will they do with the 19th overall pick? Now that free agency has offered a few solutions to the roster, the Miami Dolphins can focus on filling up their remaining holes through the draft. Below I will offer my rendition...
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May 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins heavy up front in pre-draft preparation

BY NICK ST. DENISIt's no secret the Miami Dolphins aren't looking far past the line of scrimmage in preparation for the upcoming draft.Their list of pre-draft visits to this point is consistent with that notion.Per multiple media reports and compiled by The Palm Beach Post's Andrew Abramson, the Dolphins have used up 26 of their 30 allotted pre-draft visits to this point...
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April 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Updated Dolphins Mock Draft – Will they go OL in the 1st round?

  By Cyrus (@Cyruslassus on Twitter) The Miami Dolphins should be able to fill a lot of needs in the 2014 draft.  Here is my projection. Photo Courtesy of Dolphins.com With the 19th pick in the 1st round, the Miami Dolphins select: C.J. Mosley, Alabama, Middle Linebacker I believe the Miami Dolphins will have an elite defense in 2014, but it cannot happen without All Pro production...
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March 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins' O-Line Still Needs Work

After an exciting start to the free agency period, the Miami Dolphins were quite quiet this past week. Early on, Miami has made significant changes in the secondary and perhaps most notably, up front offensively. But while the Dolphins have sought to improve the offensive line early on, there is still plenty of work to do.Last season, Miami's front five was absolutely dreadful...
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March 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins need OL help, a look at the draft’s top offensive guards

Miami fans have been putting much of their attention on the offensive tackle position this winter. As glaring a weakness as there is outside at tackle, however, is the hole at guard. Nate Garner can start in a pinch, but isn’t somebody you want to head into Training Camp with penciled in as a starter. Dallas Thomas was a 3rd round pick last season, but didn’t see the field, even...
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February 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Part 1: An early look at potential Dolphins Draft targets

  By Miami Jules (Miami_Jules on Twitter) We really don’t know in which direction the Miami Dolphins are headed in. Rumors abound and the speculations are many. We cannot control, as fans, the direction our Miami Dolphins will take, or who the ultimate lead navigator for the organization will end up being, but whoever it turns out to be, this person will have some very important...
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January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins: Grading Their 2013 Draft Class After Year One

With the Dolphins just missing the playoffs at 8-8, one could look toward the rookies as one reason for the mediocrity. No 2013 draftee made much of a contribution, with only two rookies getting semi-regular snaps on offense or defense. In fact, the Dolphins had the lowest snap count in the NFL for a rookie class. Even the Dolphins' first-round pick, Dion Jordan, failed to perform...
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January 20, 2014  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Draft Grade A Day | Miami Dolphins

POINTS SCALE Round 1: 0-5 Round 2: 0-4 Round 3: 0-3 Round 4: 0-2 Round 5: 0-1 Round 6 & 7: Same system as undrafted. Points only awarded if player was productive, no scale. Round 1 - Dion Jordan DE, Oregon Analysis - Jordan was pretty much a huge dud in year one.  He gave the team 26 tackles and 2 sacks, not a good return and it gets even worse when you factor in the...
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January 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins 2014 draft preview: An interview with Ian Wharton

Just this past week, we at PhinsPhocus.com caught up with Ian Wharton, a Dolphins analyst and scout for Draft Mecca, Bleacher Report, and NFL Draft Force.  Ian will travel to Mobile, Alabama in the coming weeks to check out the Senior Bowl, where NFL draft hopefuls will showcase their talents.  I spoke with Ian about the Dolphins preferences in this year's draft with the changes...
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January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Jeff Ireland’s resume cannot be defended

  By Miami Jules (@Miami_Jules on Twitter) It was on a late Sunday afternoon back in November, when I said to someone. wake me up when the season’s over. What I meant by that was, that any effort I would make in trying to analyze upcoming games would be pointless, because in spite of any single game plan’s effectiveness, our offensive coordinator would just switch arbitrarily...
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December 30, 2013  |  Discuss

NFL Inactives: Week 9

Thursday Game: Bengals LB Rey Maualuga, RB Rex Burkhead, CB Lewis Harris, LB Michael Boley, OL Trevor Robinson, DT Devon Still, and LT Andrew Whitworth. Dolphins QB Pat Devlin, RB Michael Gillislee, CB Will Davis, G Danny Watkins, G Dallas Thomas, OT Jonathan Martin, TE Dion Sims The post NFL Inactives: Week 9 appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
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October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Mike Gillislee among inactives for Dolphins season opener

CLEVELAND The Miami Dolphins have announced that seven players are inactive for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. Running back Mike Gillislee, cornerbacks Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, linebacker Josh Kaddu, guards Danny Watkins and Dallas Thomas and quarterback Pat Devlin are inactive. Miami's only lineup change is Jared Odrick starting at defensive tackle over...
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September 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Dolphins training camp is done, what did we learn?

Training camp for the Miami Dolphins came to an end yesterday.  This means the Dolphins players no longer need to stay at the team hotel and can return home to their families.  It also means that the regular season is bearing down on us all (which is awesome).  For the next few weeks, the Dolphins will conduct practices just like it is the regular season.  The Dolphins still...
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August 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins 2013: Most Overrated and Underrated Players

The Miami Dolphins' offensive line is going through a bit of transition this season. A change at left tackle, where the team allowed Jake Long to leave for greener pastures (and more green) in St. Louis, has created a bit of a cluster of chaos along the line.Jonathan Martin moved to the left side, to take Long’s place. Josh Samunda is getting a lot of playing time with the...
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August 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Dolphins make a cut, look to shore up offensive line

While the Miami Dolphins get ready to play versus Jacksonville in a matter of hours, Jeff Ireland has made a change to the current preseason roster. As reported today by Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the Dolphins have cut runningback and rookie free agent Cameron Marshall to possibly sign a free agent tackle. The tackle position and it's flexibility has...
Via Phins Phocus
August 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Dolphins vs. Jaguars Preseason Game: 5 Things To Watch For

Right now, the Jacksonville Jaguars are an undefeated ball club. Their head coach hasn't lost a game. Their offense isn't blemished. Their defense hasn't been ridiculed.It's just the preseason. While the Jaguars and Dolphins get together on Friday night for a little more than a "friendly" competition at EverBank Field, there is more riding on this game...
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August 07, 2013  |  Discuss
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