It’s been a long wait, but the beginning of the NFL season has finally arrived.
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.
Nearly a decade has passed since the New England Patriots last held the Lombardi Trophy, and with Tom Brady closer to 40 years old than 30, it’s unclear how big of a window the franchise has remaining to win another title during his tenure.
The Miami Dolphins brand new offense will make its debut on Sunday against the New England Patriots, but nobody is quite sure what to expect.
The Miami Dolphins have made a habit out of turning late-round draft picks into successful NFL players.
Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey will begin the season on the Miami Dolphins’ 53-man roster, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Saturday.
In need of some stability at the center position, the Miami Dolphins have reached into their own archives to bring back someone to help.
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill got off to a strong start with two touchdown passes at the Miami Dolphins’ intrasquad scrimmage Saturday.
As the Miami Dolphins continue preparing for the upcoming season, much of the attention surrounding the team has been on the offensive changes under new coordinator Bill Lazor.
The Miami Dolphins returned to the practice field on Tuesday following the team’s first day off since the opening of training camp.