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How integral is the preseason for a rookie wideout? Apparently not that much, according to ESPN’s Mike Clay, who hypes Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker as his No. 1 breakout candidate for fantasy football in […]
The Miami Dolphins took the practice field on Wednesday as the team continues to prepare for preseason game number three against the Atlanta Falcons this weekend.
The NFL regular season is fast approaching and that means we’re only two weeks away from the beginning of this year’s fantasy football season.
The man with the valuable job of protecting Ryan Tannehill’s blind side has finally returned to practice.
The NFL regular season is getting closer by the day as teams are finishing up with their respective training camps and preparing for week two of the preseason.
The Miami Dolphins’ starting offense has looked very sharp so far during training camp, and it’s about to get a big boost from a returning playmaker.
In attendance at Tuesday’s Miami Dolphins luncheon was a legacy of success, personified by some proud alumni, collided with hope for the future.
The Miami Dolphins starting offense looked very good in the team’s preseason opener last week, but it will still missing one of its key components.
The Miami Dolphins wrapped up the local part of their training camp schedule on Monday at the team’s practice facility in Davie.