Former Miami Dolphins DT Kendrick Norton Returns To Practice For First Time Since Car CrashJust over a month after having his arm amputated because of a car crash, former Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Kendrick Norton was back at a team practice for the first time on Monday.
Miami Dolphins Super Fan 'Dolfan Maniac' Inducted Into Inaugural Ford 'Hall Of Fans'He is by far the most recognizable Miami Dolphins fan, and now, he's a hall of famer.
WR Allen Hurns Gets Shot At Comeback, Signed By Miami DolphinsThe Miami Dolphins announced the signing of wide receiver Allen Hurns on Friday.
Dolphins Training Camp 2019: Fins Hit The Field For First Day Of Camp In DavieWith the NFL season around the corner, the Miami Dolphins are set to kick off training camp on Thursday morning. 
Miami Dolphins Building Toward Coach Brian Flores' 'High Expectations'When the Miami Dolphins wrapped up their offseason workouts Thursday, first-year coach Brian Flores jumped on a plane to Boston to take part in the New England Patriots' Super Bowl ring festivities.
Miami Dolphins Release Receiver Danny AmendolaThe Miami Dolphins have released wide receiver Danny Amendola.
Hurricanes, Gators Football Season Opener May Change DatesDo you have reservations for the highly anticipated Miami Hurricanes, Florida Gators football game at the end of August? If the answer is yes, you may have to change those reservations.
National Signing Day Looking Good For Manny Diaz And The HurricanesAlabama’s Crimson Tide has lost a four-star cornerback to the University of Miami and head coach Manny Diaz on this National Signing Day.
Miami Hires Enos as Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks CoachThe University of Miami football program has hired Dan Enos as its offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, head coach Manny Diaz announced Friday.
Miami Dolphins Fire Head Coach Adam Gase; Tannenbaum DemotedAdam Gase has been fired after three seasons as the Miami Dolphins coach, including a 7-9 finish this year.
Dolphins Heading To Another Long Off SeasonWith the clock winding down and another loss at hand, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross slumped in his skybox seat, right elbow resting heavily on the armrest, right hand pinching his forehead as if trying to intercept an oncoming headache.