Quarterbacks Earl Morrall and Don Strock are among six former players to be inducted into the Miami Dolphins’ Walk of Fame.
A two-acre piece of paradise on Indian Creek Island is now off the market.
When Don Shula reminisces about Dan Marino’s rookie year, the Pro Football Hall of Fame coach says he needed to see only a few throws on the Miami Dolphins’ practice field to realize they had a franchise quarterback. Some 29 years later, with the Dolphins desperate for a long-term solution at the position, they have yet to declare that Ryan Tannehill can’t miss.
Former NFL executive Eddie Jones, who spent 10 years as president of the Miami Dolphins, has died. He was 74.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The NBA Finals matchup between the Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder looks to be one of the best in recent memory on the court. The battle between Miami and Oklahoma […]
Legendary former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula thinks the Dolphins should make every effort to land Peyton Manning as their quarterback to make the Dolphins a force to be reckoned with, “again, like the Dolphins have been in the past.”
The Miami Dolphins are just now starting their coaching search, but the winningest coach in NFL history has some early advice for the next man to lead the Fins franchise.
First it was the Big Three coming together with the Miami Heat. Now, the Miami Marlins are going all-in to try and establish a winner in South Florida. All of it has turned South Florida into arguably the professional sports capital of the country, with the exception of the Miami Dolphins.
Legendary Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula was two wheeling it Sunday at the Fins game. The NFL Hall of Fame coach used a wheelchair to take part in a pregame ceremony Sunday honoring Miami Dolphins Hall of Famers.
When the final second ticks off the clock for Florida Atlantic’s game on Saturday, it will mark the end of a career that most coaches could never dream of in a million years.