Former Miami Dolphins’ greats will be scattered around Miami during Super Bowl LIV events but today you can meet Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas. The NFL is kicking off their Super Bowl LIV events today with the Super Bowl Experience at the Miami Convention Center.
When the Miami Dolphins hired Chan Gailey to be their offensive coordinator, the first person who came to mind was Mike Gesicki. In 2019, Mike Gesicki began to take that next level step under Chad O’Shea.
Gerald Alexander appeared in two games for the Dolphins in 2011. He is returning to the defensive backs room where he briefly sat as a player. The Dolphins have hired the University of California assistant as their new defensive backs coach, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
The Miami Dolphins coaching staff continues to change but Brian Flores adding Gerald Alexander from California may be his best hire yet. There has been no official announcement from the Miami Dolphins but it will come, Gerald Alexander is the team’s new defensive backs coach and frankly, this is a great hire by Flores.
Miami Dolphins fans, or most of them, do not want to hear the name Justin Herbert called as the team’s selection but he might be. This week the Senior Bowl practices are leading up to Saturday’s showcase and Justin Herbert has been impressive this week.
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports The 2020 NFL Draft is still three months away, but the internet is teeming with projections of the first round. The 2020 NFL Mock Draft season is well underway, with everyone trying to put together their guess as to how the first round will unfold.
Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images The first Mel Kiper, Jr., 2020 NFL Mock Draft has been released. ESPN typically trades back and forth between Kiper and Todd McShay throughout the build up to the Draft, though it has been a minute since McShay released his first mock of the year back in December.
Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images A reverse look at the importance of what is needed for the Miami Dolphins this April This series started with a look at the wide receiver group for the Miami Dolphins as a position of strength for the team.
ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. is considered the Godfather of NFL Draft scouting in the media. Kiper was a trailblazer who paved the path for many to being writing scouting reports, analyzing the draft and critiquing the picks on an annual basis.
Happy anniversary to Miami Dolphins legend Dwight Stephenson. Stephenson, who served as the staple of Miami’s terrific offensive line throughout the 1980s, was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on this date back in 1998.
The Miami Dolphins are going to have to conduct some heavy construction to overhaul their offensive line this season. That should serve as no surprise, given that the team has struggled to get this unit right for the better part of the last decade.
The Miami Dolphins are poised to have a very big offseason and should completely transform their roster over the next 3 months. That’s right, in just 3 months, the Miami Dolphins will have spent a bunch of money in free agency and will have used their war chest of draft picks (in one way or another).
The Miami Dolphins team will not be competing in Super Bowl 54 next month at Hard Rock Stadium, but several Dolphins players on the team will be on hand to help enhance the fan experience for the fans in attendance.
The Miami Dolphins are looking internally for their next defensive coordinator after losing Patrick Graham to the New York Giants. Graham, 40, has been hired by the Giants as their new defensive coordinator, according to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero.