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Colts #1 tight end, Dwayne Allen, downgraded from "Questionable" to "Doubtful" for Tomorrow's Game

Allen hurt his hip against the Raiders, and though his post-game MRIs didn't find serious injury, he must not have recovered enough to play tomorrow. Despite being the second tight end the Colts drafted in 2012, Allen is indisputably their best tight end. As a rookie, he quickly became one of the best blocking tight ends in the NFL, and he had 521 receiving yards at 11.8 yards per catch to boot. Allen's injury likely means more snaps for Coby Fleener, who had just 281 receiving yards in 12 games last year at 10.8 yards per catch and isn't nearly as good a blocker as Allen. While every injury is unfortunate, in terms of matchups, the loss of Allen robs the Colts of an excellent blocker and therefore improves the Dolphins' pass rush.

NFL Announces Changes To The Pro Bowl

According to sources on twitter, the NFL has changed how the players will be chosen to play in the Pro Bowl. Light 'never embraced' Hernandez

One day removed from former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez being charged with murder, the team's former left tackle, Matt Light, has come out and shed some light on Hernandez's standing in New England's locker room.

Possible look at the new uniform?


This image surfaced today of a what very well could be Miami's new Home Jersey? While it could be a fan created item, it certainly does fit Ben Volin's description of what the jersey was going to be. Personally, I'm still getting used to the new logo, but I love this look. It's clean and the all white is a huge home field advantage to summer home games in the heat. What do you think?

Miami Dolphins Publicly Confirm Leaked Logo is Real

Dolphins CEO Mike Dee blames the original leak on an employee at Nike. The team has decided to unveil the logo more or less officially by posting photos of Jared Odrick wearing a t-shirt with the logo. Click here for photos of Odrick showing off the new logo.

The Miami Dolphins Are Awful at the Whole "Secrecy" Thing, and Just Give Up


A photograph was posted on the Miami Dolphins' Facebook page that shows Jared Odrick wearing a T-shirt with the "leaked" Dolphins logo. At this point, the logo (not due to be officially "unveiled" until late April) has been... 1. Intentionally leaked by a jersey/shoe blog, 2. Accidentally leaked by the official website of the NFL, 3. Shown on a T-shirt worn by a player in a team-supplied photograph, and 4. Confirmed as real by the Miami Herald. UPDATE: Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee tweeted this photo as well, so the team has apparently decided to stop pretending that there's a chance the leaked logo isn't real. Consider Odrick's T-shirt as the "semi-official" unveiling that was forced by recent leaks.


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Dolphins Offseason Rumors: Greg Jennings

The Miami Dolphins rumor mill is starting to spin up and fans and media look for ways to solve the Dolphins' offensive (and defensive) woes. The top need according to move people is a playmaking wide receiver. Enter greg Jennings.

Dolphins to keep GM Jeff Ireland

Team sources are reporting that Jeff Ireland will indeed stay with the team for next season. Owner Stephen Ross is expected to address the media sometime this week, but will not address replacing Ireland.

Fasano, Burnett Possibly Concussed vs Patriots

Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano is being evaluated for a possible concussion after being hit in the head against the New England Patriots. He has been escorted off the field.


Dolphins Update Injury Report, Remove Randy Starks

The Miami Dolphins have updated their injury report for tomorrow's game against the New England Patriots. Defensive tackle Randy Starks has been officially removed from the list.

Dolphins at Patriots Week 17 Injury Report

The Miami Dolphins head north this weekend to face their AFC East Division rivals, the New England Patriots. Here's a look at the injury reports for both teams, including the status of Dolphins' starting cornerbacks Sean Smith and Nolan Carroll.

NFL Franchise Tags, Salary Cap, and the Dolphins

The 2012 NFL regular season is coming to an end this weekend, with 20 of the league's 32 teams going home for the winter and starting their planning for the 2013 season. The league, meanwhile, has begun their own work for 2013.

Dolphins' Bush, Fields, Pouncey Pro Bowl Alternate

Yesterday, the NFL announced the rosters for the AFC and NFL Pro Bowl teams. Today, as the Miami Dolphins players spoke to the media after practice, several of them confirmed their status as a Pro Bowl alternate.

Dolphins' Wake to Pro Bowl; Fields, Pouncey Snubs

The Miami Dolphins had one player, defensive end Cameron Wake, named to the AFC Pro Bowl roster tonight. However, it's two players who were left off the roster who might be more noteworthy.

Cameron Wake is headed to Hawaii

After a fifteen-sack season, Wake is honored with his second trip to the Pro Bowl. He went in 2010 after a 14-sack season.

Has the Dolphins' new logo leaked?

The Miami Dolphins will have a new logo come 2013. However, it's been a tightly guarded secret throughout this season, with few people allowed to see the final product. Over the past week, it appears the logo may have finally leaked.

Dolphins Looking to Re-Sign Reggie Bush

The Miami Dolphins have one game remaining in the 2012 season. However, with no chance at the playoffs, the 2013 version of the Dolphins is starting to become the focus. One of the questions on the horizon is, will the Dolphins re-sign Reggie Bush?


Dolphins Beat Bills 24-10 - Video Recap

The Miami Dolphins beat the Buffalo Bills 24-10 yesterday. Here is the video recap from the game.

Dolphins at Patriots Moved to 4:25pm Sunday

The Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots game next Sunday has been moved from the 1:00pm Eastern time slot to a 4:25 pm start. The game has playoff implications for the Patriots.

Dolphins Eliminated from Playoffs

The Miami Dolphins entered the week with the slimmest of playoff chances, needing to win as well as see the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Cincinnati Bengals just to stay alive until next week. Those chances ended today when Cincinnati beat Pittsburgh

Ryan Tannehill reaches 3,000 yards passing

Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill has reached the 3,000 yards passing milestone. He is the fifth Miami player to reach the milestone.

Dolphins Sign Kaeding, Place Carpenter on IR

The Miami Dolphins have placed kicker Dan Carpenter on injured reserve today, signing Nate Kaeding to replace him. Carpenter has a groin injury that would not allow him to finish the season.

Bills at Dolphins Injury Report

The Buffalo Bills visit the Miami Dolphins this weekend. Here is a look at the official injury report for both teams.

Dolphins place Thomas on IR

The Miami Dolphins announced today running back Daniel Thomas has been placed on injured reserve, ending the second year rusher's season. The team signed defensive back Julian Posey from their practice squad to fill the roster position.

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