The Miami Dolphins took the practice field on Thursday for their first on-field workout of training camp.
As the years have passed, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has gradually taken a more hands-on approach.
This is the time of year where optimism runs rampant throughout the NFL, and it’s no different in South Florida.
The Miami Dolphins wrapped up their mandatory minicamp a day early, with the team deciding not to take the field for the originally scheduled third day of on-field work.
While many of the Miami Dolphins were going 11-on-11 during minicamp Tuesday, Ndamukong Suh spent plenty of time watching from the sideline with Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon.
One member of the Miami Dolphins deep defensive line has a growing reputation that stretches beyond the football field.
The first day of organized team activities in South Florida brought a lot of positives for the team and its fans.
DAVIE — It’s not often four-time Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake is just “trying to keep up” during practice. Welcome to the first day of pads having Ndamukong Suh as a teammate. The Miami Dolphins kicked […]
Cameron Wake is a three-time All-Pro. He ranks second in Miami Dolphins history with 63 sacks (behind Jason Taylor with 131). Four Pro Bowls live on his resume. Yet this 6-foot-3 gladiator layered in 262 pounds of […]
The Miami Dolphins reeled in a very big and expensive fish on Wednesday afternoon at the team’s practice facility in Davie.