The Miami Dolphins season is at a crossroad.
The Miami Dolphins offensive line will have a different look on Thursday night than it has during the first nine games of the season.
The day after a devastating last-second loss to the Detroit Lions, the Miami Dolphins announced Monday they have lost left tackle Branden Albert for the rest of the season.
For the first time this season, the Miami Dolphins held practices with a full roster, as they put the finishing touches in their preparation for Sunday’s intrastate showdown with the hobbled Jacksonville Jaguars.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is probable for Sunday’s game at Chicago because of an ankle injury that briefly limited him in practice this week.
After reporting 22 injured players heading into Week 4, Fins fans will be glad to know that the Miami Dolphins have some help on the way, in the nick of time for Sunday’s showdown against the Green Bay Packers.
Resembling an emergency room lobby rather than an NFL locker room, the Miami Dolphins reported 22 injured players in Thursday’s penultimate (Week 4) injury report. Meanwhile, with nine hobbled players on the mend, the Oakland Raiders will have some serious issues at the linebacker position going up against the Fins’ offensive attack.
Nearly a decade has passed since the New England Patriots last held the Lombardi Trophy, and with Tom Brady closer to 40 years old than 30, it’s unclear how big of a window the franchise has remaining to win another title during his tenure.
In the wake of the Dolphins’ bullying scandal, Miami coach Joe Philbin has pledged to improve the workplace culture. That includes spending more time in the locker room himself.
Former Miami Dolphins left tackle Bryant McKinnie said Monday that he would switch to right tackle for the right opportunity to continue his career in the NFL.