While the Miami Dolphins are on the outside looking in on the NFL Playoffs again this year, there is hope thanks to salary cap management that gives the team a lot of flexibility in the offseason. But Miami isn’t alone when it comes to tons of salary cap space.
The Miami Dolphins have reached the midpoint of the season and are at the crossroads of either becoming a playoff team or looking forward to next year.
Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck broke the NFL’s single-game rookie record by throwing for 433 yards in leading the Colts past Miami Dolphins 23-20 on Sunday.
With rookie quarterbacks and first-year coaches, the Indianapolis Colts and Miami Dolphins were thought to be two of the NFL’s bigger rebuilding projects.
On Saturday evening, the Miami Dolphins signed practice squad safety Anderson Russell to the team.
Whether or not Ryan Tannehill plays on Sunday will likely be a game-time decision as the Dolphins are still uncertain if he will be ready.
If Ryan Tannehill is able to play this weekend, it will be a battle between two talented rookie quarterbacks when the Dolphins hit the road to take on the Colts.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was on the practice field Wednesday morning, albeit in a limited basis. Tannehill has been nursing a knee injury since the first quarter of last Sunday’s blowout victory over the New York Jets.
Miami Dolphins cornerback Vontae Davis is the latest remnant of the Bill Parcells regime to be sent packing. The Fins traded Davis to the Indianapolis Colts Sunday for a 2013 second-round draft pick, according to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer.
Last fall as the Miami Dolphins were stumbling to a winless start to the season, the popular cry was “Suck for (Andrew) Luck.” After two preseason games, Luck is showing why he was the number one pick, but the Dolphins’ pick is not far behind him.