The Miami Dolphins took the practice field on Monday for the first time since their preseason win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday.
For the first time during their 2014 training camp the Miami Dolphins practiced with full pads on, but that didn’t do much to help the offensive line.
The Miami Dolphins opened training camp on Thursday as players reported for the first time to the teams practice facility in Davie.
Coming into the offseason, the Miami Dolphins needed an almost complete overhaul of the offensive line. The Fins have done a decent job plugging holes, but still need to make some moves to feel like the line is ready to protect quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Each year, countless picks from the NFL Draft step into the starting lineup to help their new team take the next step to either stay or become a contender. The Miami Dolphins were hoping that might happen to them this season, but it doesn’t look like that will happen to start the year.
Despite spending tens of millions of dollars in guaranteed money, the Miami Dolphins looked very much like last year’s 7-9 squad in the first preseason game of the season, a 24-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
The offensive line, or lack thereof, has been one of the biggest problems for the Miami Dolphins over the last decade. Unfortunately for Fins fans, despite spending hundreds of millions of dollars on the team in the offseason; the offensive line is again causing major issues for the Fins.
The Miami Dolphins opened offseason team activities this week and even though you might need a depth chart to correctly identify all of the new faces, the team is excited about what the future holds.
The Miami Dolphins continued their search for a new starting offensive tackle Tuesday. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, former Atlanta Falcons right tackle Tyson Clabo will visit Miami Tuesday night.
Eager to force more turnovers, the Miami Dolphins drafted two cornerbacks Friday with a knack for interceptions.