Baker Mayfield Backtracks After "Get Me To Miami" CommentOn Thursday evening, Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield appeared to declare his wishes to become a Miami Dolphin. 
Dolphins Hire Eric Studesville As New Running Backs CoachEric Studesville, who Gase worked with in Denver, will become the Dolphins new running backs coach. 
Bills Hire Former Dolphins Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll In Same RoleThe Buffalo Bills have added a new piece to its coaching staff.
Miami-Dade Captures Dolphins’ All-Star EventTerrence “T.J.” Craig has spent the past three years, attending events and putting himself in a position where college coaches will start to notice.
Dolphins Accepting Applications To Fund Social Justice ProgramsMiami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has joined with his players to create a fund for social justice programs and applications are now open.
Dolphins Miami-Dade vs. Broward Game This Friday NightEvery year, bragging rights are always at stake when the all-star teams from Miami-Dade and Broward get together to bring the season to an end.
Dolphins Star Wideout Jarvis Landry Added To Pro Bowl Roster For Third Straight YearThe Miami Dolphins will be represented on both sides of the ball when the NFL’s best players gather in Orlando for the 2018 Pro Bowl.
Registration Open For Dolphins Cancer ChallengeThousands of South Floridians are already training to ride in the fight against cancer at the 8th annual Dolphins Cancer Challenge.
Dolphins To Hire Washburn As Offensive Line CoachIt’s been a busy couple of days for the Miami Dolphins.
Dolphins Act Quickly, Add Dowell Loggains As Offensive CoordinatorThe Miami Dolphins are moving on from a disappointing season, and doing it quickly.
Gase Calls Landry Brawl ‘Embarrassing’, Future With Dolphins MurkyThe biggest pending free agent on the Miami Dolphins roster wants to stick around, but his emotional outbursts could see him heading out of town.
Optimistic About The Future, Dolphins' Nucleus Will Remain Intact Following Tumultuous 2017 NFL CampaignFollowing a tumultuous 2017 NFL season, the Miami Dolphins coaching staff and front office will remain intact as the Fins look to resolve offensive issues heading into the offseason.

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