When we last checked in on Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa on Tuesday, he had thrown three interceptions early in the team’s minicamp practice. Tagovailoa would add to that total before the day was out.
The Miami Dolphins' first practice of minicamp was conducted in weather that could only be described as typical South Florida. There were period of heavy rain (and we mean heavy), some intense heat and humidity, followed by more heavy rain.
The Miami Dolphins may have had a few weeks of organized team activities (OTAs) to get a feel for their 2021 team and ability, but this week’s mini-camp brings new challenges and opportunities for Miami.
By: Chip Turner As the 2021 NFL Draft process wound down on Day Three, the Miami Dolphins selected OT Larnel Coleman with the 231st overall pick. In researching and evaluating the 2021 Draft Class as a whole, one thing became readily apparent.
The Miami Dolphins had a busy off-season. In their attempt to continue the improvement that they showed during the 2020 season, the team had plenty of turnover both on the roster and on the coaching staff.
To help count down the days to the start of the Miami Dolphins regular season last year, we marked each day with the corresponding jersey number and came up with the three best players to wear that number.
Ogbah joined the Dolphins on a two-year deal, $15M deal last year with $7.5M fully guaranteed. At the time, it was a player-friendly deal — Ogbah lost much of his 2019 season to a torn pectoral muscle.
The Miami Dolphins open their veteran minicamp this morning. This is the first and only mandatory event of the offseason for the team, giving the club their one chance to see the entire roster before training camp begins late in July.
The Dolphins took care of one of their offseason priorities on Sunday, re-signing star Jerome Baker. But Miami could use some pass-rushing help and should sign a specific veteran running back while also unloading one of their expensive cornerbacks.