The Miami Dolphins need help at several key positions, but unlike some NFL franchises, the Dolphins don’t have the salary cap space to make many moves that could make a major impact.
The Miami Dolphins have had plenty of time to put together the final touches on the game plan for Monday night’s matchup against AFC East rival, the New England Patriots, now they just have to execute.
Miami Dolphins franchise left tackle Jake Long is ready to take the field for the team in the opener against the New England Patriots after missing all of the preseason.
Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano’s forte in his previous job was the offensive line. Since he took over the Dolphins, the best way to describe the line’s play has been simply offensive.
The growing scandal at the University of Miami continues to show no signs of subsiding anytime soon. Not only is “the U” under fire from the NCAA, but it also has to figure out what to do with the current players implicated in Nevin Shapiro’s allegations.
Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano confirmed Wednesday the team has moved Vernon Carey to the right guard position along the offensive line. Carey had just returned to the team after missing Monday’s practice for personal reasons.
Miami Dolphins right tackle Vernon Carey rejoined the team Wednesday after missing the last practice after he was asked to take a pay cut to stay with the team, according to the Palm Beach Post.
The Miami Dolphins want to add more pieces to their roster for 2011, but need more salary cap room. So, the Fins have turned to their offensive line for some salary cap relief.
Despite being an offensive line expert, the Fins have had problems on the interior of the offensive line ever since head coach Tony Sparano came to Miami.
The Miami Dolphins’ most talented offensive player remains on the sidelines as the team begins its first full week of training camp.