There was a major addition to the injury list Wednesday afternoon for the Miami Dolphins: quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
The Atlanta Falcons have already lost two defensive starters and may lose another if cornerback Asante Samuel can’t play Sunday. The Miami Dolphins, Atlanta’s next opponent, are also facing injury issues of their own.
It was a good start for the Miami Dolphins to open the season 1-0 for only the second time since 2005, but it was not so good for defensive tackle Randy Starks.
The Miami Dolphins defense will have likely have a win/lose scenario when it comes to the roster going into the first week of the season.
Almost all of the focus from Tuesday’s practice with the Miami Dolphins was on rookie defensive end Dion Jordan, who made his first appearance. Jordan’s one cog in a defensive line the Fins hope can make an impact in 2013.
Despite spending more than $200 million in contracts during the 2013 offseason, the Miami Dolphins appear to be in decent salary cap space heading into training camp and the 2014 season.
The Miami Dolphins added some bulk to its defensive line Thursday when it signed defensive lineman Vaughn Martin, formerly of the San Diego Chargers, to a two-year contract.
The Dolphins were expected to be a 4-6 win team at best this season, but are looking like a playoff contender at 4-3 on the season. So which Dolphins are key to to the franchise’s success this year and in the future? CBSMiami looked at the 2012 Dolphins on a value scale for this list.
While the Miami Dolphins spent big money to bring back nose tackle Paul Soliai, the defensive line took a big hit Saturday when defensive end Kendall Langford signed on with the St. Louis Rams.
The Miami Dolphins are officially out of the Peyton Manning sweepstakes, according to NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington.