Those lucky enough to have followed the Miami Dolphins since the franchise’s beginning will remember the name Henry Barrow.
Ryan Tannehill has started to look like he may be the Miami Dolphins long term answer at quarterback after all.
Over the past five weeks, the team that has been searching for the long-term answer at quarterback since the retirement of Dan Marino in 1999 may finally be feeling like they’ve found what they’re looking for.
The Miami Dolphins announced on Wednesday that former defensive tackle Manny Fernandez will be inducted into the Dolphins Honor Roll later this season.
The Miami Dolphins have been an also-ran in recent years in the NFL, but it has a storied history featuring some of the greatest players to ever play the game. From Dan Marino to Paul Warfield to Bob Griese, the Fins have had stars at many positions.
Only one team in the history of the National Football League has gone undefeated in the regular season, the playoffs, and then won a Super Bowl, the 1972 Miami Dolphins. Tuesday, the team received its long over-due trip to the White House to be honored as a champion by the president.
The Miami Dolphins team that achieved the only perfect season in NFL history will be honored by the White House next Tuesday, more than 40 years after its accomplishment.
The Miami Dolphins already had two big announcements scheduled for Thursday: the team’s first round selection in the draft and revealing the team’s new logo. But the team has brought out star power for another announcement the team said deals with the Super Bowl.
Now that he’s locked down the starting job for the Miami Dolphins, rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill has passed some elite company.
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese believes Peyton Manning would be a great fit for the Fins.