Based on the mid-week NFL injury reports, when the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots take the field Sunday afternoon at Sun Life Stadium, there will be no shortage of aching bodies.
The Miami Dolphins took to the practice field on Tuesday as the team continues to prepare for its next preseason game this weekend against Tampa Bay.
One of the themes for the Miami Dolphins during training camp this week has been tackling.
When new Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey signed Cortland Finnegan after an injury plagued season it was with hopes that he would pick up where he left off as one of the league’s elite cornerbacks.
With every new day of practice comes new positives to build on and negatives to work on. The Miami Dolphins are growing more and more accustomed to that theme as the team continues to make headway with the new offense.
The Miami Dolphins opened training camp on Thursday as players reported for the first time to the teams practice facility in Davie.
Four games into the 2013 season, the Miami Dolphins’ blocking deficiencies were already apparent, with the team on pace to allow an NFL-record 72 sacks.
Miami Dolphins second-year cornerbacks Jamar Taylor and Will Davis are at minicamp to make their case for more playing time in 2014.
The Miami Dolphins continued their organized team activities (OTAs) on Monday from the teams practice facility in Davie.
The Miami Dolphins have fortified the defensive secondary by re-signing cornerback Brent Grimes and signing safety Louis Delmas. The Fins added even more depth at cornerback Friday.