With training camp barely underway, Miami Dolphins rookie receiver Jarvis Landry has already showed an ability to catch the ball and the boss’ eye.
Considering the offensive line’s inability to get the run game going, or protect Ryan Tannehill, has been the biggest contributing factor to Miami’s four-game losing streak, how damaging is the Jonathan Martin “Joke” incident in the Dolphins cafeteria this week?
The Dolphins are 3-0 for the first time in 11 years, winning close games and showing some offensive pizazz for a change thanks largely to Tannehill, who’s no longer overlooked in conversations about the remarkable rookie quarterback class of 2012.
When starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill takes the field each week; Miami Dolphins fans are watching something they haven’t seen in a long time, a rapidly improving signal-caller taking the team to the next level.
This week, the Miami Dolphins and the Cleveland Browns listed a total of 17 players in their NFL week 1 injury report submitted on Wednesday.
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.
The Miami Dolphins begin the post-Dustin Keller era Monday morning after the tight end suffered a near complete destruction of the interior of his knee.
On paper, it’s an impressive array of speed (Mike Wallace) consistency (Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson) and potential mismatches (Dustin Keller). But there have been countless NFL teams that looked great on paper, but never could translate the talent onto the field. For the Fins, the key will be forming a bond between the new players, like Wallace and Gibson, and Ryan Tannehill.
Linebacker Jelani Jenkins of Florida has been taken by the Miami Dolphins in the fourth round of the NFL draft.