This Sunday’s game against the New York Jets will be the last for Miami Dolphins line backer Jason Taylor.
The Miami Dolphins made a quick roster move Tuesday that will guarantee outside linebacker Jason Taylor more playing time in the team’s last two games.
Jason Taylor expects to hear a familiar sound when he walks out of the tunnel at MetLife Stadium on Monday night. And, it won’t be warm, friendly cheers.
Two games into the regular season, the Miami Dolphins are in deep trouble and head coach Tony Sparano may be on the verge of losing his team.
The Miami Dolphins have had plenty of time to put together the final touches on the game plan for Monday night’s matchup against AFC East rival, the New England Patriots, now they just have to execute.
It’s been a long spring and summer of waiting, but Miami Dolphins fans will finally get to see their team take the field Friday night at Sun Life Stadium. The Dolphins are set to take on the Carolina Panthers in a preseason game you can only see on CBS4.
More than ten thousand Fins fans filled the stands at Sun Life Stadium Monday night to watch the Miami Dolphins first full-contact practice.
The Miami Dolphins needed depth at the outside linebacker position heading into the 2011 season. So, the Fins have turned to a fan-favorite player to give Cameron Wake and Koa Misi rest.
While there’s still no deal on the table, a couple of veteran free agents are talking up the possibility of playing for the Miami Dolphins.