Miami Dolphins second-year cornerbacks Jamar Taylor and Will Davis are at minicamp to make their case for more playing time in 2014.
The Miami Dolphins resumed their organized team activities (OTAs) on Monday morning at the teams practice facility in Davie.
Once the final whistle of the Super Bowl is blown, NFL fans begin counting down to the next time they can see their respective teams strap on pads and helmets and get back to work. Those countdowns came to an end this week as NFL teams around the league took the field and began preparing for the 2014 season.
The Miami Dolphins have signed nearly every free agent that has come in for a visit. Veteran wide receiver Nate Burleson is Thursday’s visitor to Davie, according to the NFL Network. But with a strong wide receiving corps already in place, the visit raises some eyebrows.
While much of the NFL received bad news, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline received some welcome news after injuring his knee against the New York Jets.
A person familiar with the situation says Miami Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline has a torn posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee that will not require surgery.
Fighting for their NFL playoff lives, the Miami Dolphins welcome a hobbled New York Jets team with 15 players on its mid-Week 17 injury report.
With a chance to spoil the Miami Dolphins post-season dreams, the New York Jets invade Sun Life Stadium for a Sunday matinee in Miami Gardens, Florida. The Fins need a win over Gang Green and plenty of help in order to clinch the AFC’s sixth-seeded Wild Card spot.
The Pittsburgh Steelers feel Mike Wallace and the Miami Dolphins are in the way. Coach Mike Tomlin will certainly try to avoid doing that again.
Ryan Tannehill threw for 331 yards and two touchdowns, leading Miami to a 23-3 victory over the listless New York Jets on Sunday that kept the Dolphins’ playoff hopes alive.