- Marino to join front office Miami has hired Marino as a special adviser to Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and CEO Tom Garfinkel
- Miami over Dallas Miami won it's preseason game 25-20, but showed they still have things to work on
- TE Egnew cut The Miami Dolphins have released former 3rd round pick Michael Egnew
- Fins outlast Bucs 20-14 It wasn't pretty at times, but the Fins manage a preseason win over the Bucs
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Though the starters aren’t likely to play much on Thursday night, plenty of roster spots will be up for grabs when the Dolphins host the St. Louis Rams on Thursday night. Hal Habib breaks down what to watch for in the preseason finale with CineSport’s Justin Shackil.
The Dolphins have trimmed the roster to 75. Here are today’s moves:
PLACED ON RESERVE/INJURED: DT A.J. Francis RB Mike Gillislee TE Arthur Lynch
WAIVED: WR Armon Binns TE Brett Brackett CB Steven Clarke DE Rakim Cox DT Cory Grissom C Tyler Larsen WR Ryan Spadola
TERMINATED CONTRACT: QB Brady Quinn
Quinn wrote this on Twitter:
“It was short lived but I enjoyed every second. Thank you Miami Dolphins for the opportunity to play the game I love again. Best of luck to all the players and coaches this season!”
So the Dolphins will enter the season with just two quarterbacks — Ryan Tannehill and Matt Moore. It’s not a surprise. More and more teams are [More]
The Dolphins gave up on 2012 third-round draft choice Michael Egnew, leaving an opening for a third tight end.
Egnew, waived by the Dolphins late last week, was claimed by Detroit on Monday. The Dolphins only have two obvious choices at tight end for the 53-man roster: Charles Clay and Dion Sims.
The Dolphins used a fifth-round draft choice this year on Georgia’s Arthur Lynch, so he’d be the team’s ideal third tight end. But he hasn’t appeared in a preseason game yet.
Lynch said Monday that he has a back issue that has limited in the preseason and camp. He didn’t go [More]
Yes, Virginia, there is a fourth timeout.
There were more than a few puzzled faces around Sun Life Stadium on Saturday night when referee Gene Steratore turned on his microphone to inform everyone that Dallas was using a fourth timeout.
No, Sterartore didn’t go all Chris Webber on us.
He was correct.
The Cowboys had just called their third “and final” timeout of the second half when, with 1:18 remaining and down 25-20 to the Dolphins, tight end Jordan Najvar went down with an injury. Ordinarily, we’d expect a 10-second runoff rather than the rather rare call from Steratore.
So I asked Jason Jenkins, the [More]
Pro Football Focus’ Dolphins-Cowboys grade book is out and it was more negative than positive for the starting offense.
While left tackle Branden Albert (+3.3) and receiver Mike Wallace (+1.8) were the top-graded Dolphins offensive players, many of the starters struggled.
Rookie right tackle Ja’Wuan James (-2.4) had the lowest grade of Dolphins offensive starters. Second-string quarterback Matt Moore (-2.8) was the lowest overall player on offense.
Starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill (-2.3), left guard Daryn Colledge (-2.2), right guard Shelley Smith (-1.8) and receiver Brian Hartline (-1.2) all graded “in the red” meaning they had a bad performance.
Saturday’s game [More]
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Â DAVIE – It’d be nice to think the Dolphins keep six wide receivers and Marcus Thigpen and Damian Williams are included among that group.
Â DAVIE – The Dolphins announced they waived offensive tackle Steven Baker and safety Demetrius Wright and waived/injured kicker John Potter on Monday evening.