The Miami Dolphins will be without several players for the final two games of the regular season.
Miami Dolphins tight end Michael Egnew has gone from the toast of the University of Missouri to the doghouse in his first pro season. Never was that more evident than in this week’s episode of “Hard Knocks.”
The Miami Dolphins struggled to get any semblance of an offense going Friday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The struggle will be more difficult after Chad Johnson’s alleged antics cost him his job.
Former University of Miami defensive end Oliver Vernon will be suiting up in the aqua and orange of the Miami Dolphins this season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end, and former University of Miami standout, Kellen Winslow, Jr. revealed Monday morning the team has told him he will either be traded or released.
Now that the NFL Draft is behind them, the Miami Dolphins will hold their first rookie mini-camp Friday to give those draft picks and undrafted free agents their first taste of the NFL.
The Miami Dolphins went into the 2012 NFL Draft with a litany of needs including quarterback, wide receiver, defensive end, and tight end. When Mr. Irrelevant was finally called and the draft ended, the Fins walked out with an impressive haul that met most of the team needs.