Two Miami Dolphins players learned the hard way to ‘think before you tweet’ after social media fumbles following the NFL draft.
Miami Dolphins player Don Jones was fined for comments he made on social media about the first openly gay player to be selected in the NFL draft.
The son of a former Miami Dolphins player is keeping it in the family. Former Illinois wide receiver Ryan Lankford posted on his Twitter account that he had signed with the Dolphins as an undrafted free agent.
For the first time since 2010 the Miami Dolphins did not draft a player who played collegiately in Florida. In the 52 all-time drafts, including the 1966 Expansion Draft and the 1966 Redshirted Draft, the Dolphins have selected at least on player from a Florida college.
A negative one-word tweet from Miami Dolphins safety Don Jones about the drafting of Michael Sam drew a rebuke from the team.
he Miami Dolphins opted for small-college talent on the final day of the NFL draft Saturday, adding a cornerback, tight end, linebacker, receiver and defensive end.
Two cornerbacks drafted by the Miami Dolphins a year ago haven’t made of an impact yet, so new general manager Dennis Hickey took another one Saturday.
Miami has five picks in the last four rounds and is the market for help at linebacker and in the secondary.
The Miami Dolphins made several dozen phone calls and traded picks three times to add a receiver and an offensive lineman in the NFL draft Friday.
The Miami Dolphins traded up to select North Dakota State tackle Billy Turner in the third round of the NFL draft Friday.
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