2013 Training Camp Preview: Quarterbacks
Tannehill leads a deep and stable group of signal callers for Miami.
REPORT: Tannehill Visits With Pennington " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins quarterbacks — Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore, Pat Devlin, Aaron Corp — got a special treat earlier this offseason
DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:
Mike Wallace not a one-trick pony for Miami Dolphins - NFL.com
Mike Wallace has a reputation as one of the NFL's most dangerous deep threats. His Miami Dolphins teammates insist the wide receiver is more than just a one-trick pony, however.
Armon Binns making name at receiver for Dolphins - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Armon Binns making name at receiver for Dolphins
Mike Wallace aims for Pro Bowl in Miami; a look at how other young receivers fared after switching teams | The Daily Dolphin
New Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace, 26, is hoping for big things in Miami after signing a 5-year $60 million deal with $27 million guaranteed. Wallace
DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:
Franchise tag deadline is in two weeks - AFC East Blog - ESPN
In exactly two weeks we will know the immediate futures of two Pro Bowl players in the AFC East.
Robinson Trying To Follow Wake's Blueprint On Defense
Free agent linebacker spent last two seasons in the CFL.
No contract talks yet for Reshad Jones, Dolphins | ProFootballTalk
When safety Reshad Jones reversed course and returned to work after a brief absence from Dolphins offseason workouts, it was reported that the Dolphins told Jones' agent that talks on a new contract would begin "eventually" if Jones kept showing up for work.
DOLPHINS SPECIAL TEAMS:
Will money decide Miami Dolphins' kickers? - ESPN
Let's be honest: Most NFL fans don't care about kickers.
DOLPHINS 2013 TRAINING CAMP:
Dolphins To Open Training Camp July 20 " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins will open their 2013 Training Camp on July 20 at Doctors Hospital Training Facility, it was announced Monday.
DOLPHINS 2013 SEASON:
Keith Sims: My 5 Toughest Opponents " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Because football is such a team sport, the individual battles that occur on the field sometimes get lost in the shuffle, especially those that happen in the trenches between the offensive and defensive lineman. Former Dolphins offensive lineman Keith Sims, who spent 11 seasons in the wars on the line scrimmage making three Pro Bowls in the process (’93, ’94 & ’95), has a couple opponents that stand out in his mind. So, The Finsiders sat down with Sims, and asked him about his 5 toughest opponents he faced during his career.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
2014 prospect watch: Taylor Lewan - The Phinsider
Right behind Jake Matthews in this year's OT class is Michigan's Taylor Lewan--a hulking blindside protector who resembles Jake Long in everything except the "health" category.
Phinsider Mailbag: NFL team records after logo change - The Phinsider
Yesterday, we took a look at Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline's reaction to the new logo and uniforms. It led to one Phinsider community member asking how teams' records change when they change their jerseys.
Dolphins Roster Breakdown: Austin Spitler - The Phinsider
Over the course of the offseason, we will take an in-depth look at every member of the Miami Dolphins' roster. All 90 players will be spotlighted. Today, we look at linebacker Austin Spitler.
Franchise tag deadline hangs over Starks, Dolphins - The Phinsider
The NFL’s deadline to negotiate long term deals with franchise tagged players is two weeks from today. For the Miami Dolphins, that’s 14 days to lower defensive tackle Randy Starks’ $8.45 million salary cap number.