Football is a sport that can bring the highest of highs and the lowest of lows, but that doesn’t mean that players and coaches can’t enjoy themselves.
An area of the Miami Dolphins defense that has been getting a lot of attention during training camp has been the linebacking corps.
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.
Dolphins safety Reshad Jones’ four-game suspension has put backup Jimmy Wilson in the spotlight.
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.
Much of the attention being paid to the Miami Dolphins so far during training camp has been on the offense, and rightly so.
The Miami Dolphins continued their organized team activities (OTAs) on Monday from the teams practice facility in Davie.
In the wake of the team’s harassment scandal, Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle came out in defense of Coach Joe Philbin and his management style.