The Miami Dolphins didn’t have picks in the third, sixth and seventh, but between the fourth and fifth they had a solid five picks to work with. One of those picks could be the steal of the NFL draft.
The Miami Dolphins have busy stretch Saturday on the final day of the NFL draft, with five choices in a span of 42 picks.
First-round draft pick DeVante Parker would do well to match the success of another receiver who made the jump from the University of Louisville to the Miami Dolphins — Mark Clayton.
The Miami Dolphins likely will target help for their aging defense on the second day of the NFL draft.
Here’s a look at some of the most memorable moments from the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
The Miami Dolphins made a big splash Thursday night at the NFL draft by taking Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker with the 14th overall pick.
Several questions surrounded Jameis Winston heading into Thursday’s NFL draft, but it was almost a no doubter when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected him number one overall.
South Florida native Amari Cooper was fully expected to be a top pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.
With the NFL Draft a mere hours away, Joe Rose caught up with Sun Sentinel Dolphins reporter Omar Kelly to talk the latest scoop swirling around Davie, including the possibility of trading the pick. “I think there’s […]
With the NFL Draft fast approaching, the Miami Dolphins have announced their intention to hang on to one of their more successful picks in recent years.