2014 Miami Dolphins News

Miami Dolphins Draft Scenario #2: Trade down from 15

In the first part of this series, we discussed the most basic draft day scenario for the Miami Dolphins - that they stay at pick 15 and make a selection. Today it's time to discuss draft day...

Miami Dolphins Top 10 Draft Busts: #10 Pat White

Over the next four weeks, we'll be reliving some of the best and worst draft picks in Miami Dolphins history. And since I want to get the "bad karma" out of the way well before the Dolphins are...

Sources: Miami Dolphins unlikely to draft Mark Ingram; will privately work out numerous running backs

Sources tell CBS Sports that they will be "surprised" if the Miami Dolphins draft Mark Ingram in round one.

The Friday Five: Mark Ingram in middle of interesting debate

This time four weeks from now, we will finally know who the Miami Dolphins selected with the 15th overall pick...if anyone. Will they keep the pick? Will they trade back? Will it be a quarterback?...

Miami Dolphins: Mock Drafts Around the 'Net, 3/31 Edition

A quick snapshot of nearly 30 of the most respected mock drafts and who they are sending to the Miami Dolphins.

Miami Dolphins Draft Scenario #1: Remain at 15 and make a selection

The Dolphins have three options in the first round of the NFL Draft. Today we discuss option #1.

Miami Dolphins Nuggets: Busy week underway as Dolphins work out some of draft's top talent

Cam Newton, Mark Ingram, and Ryan Mallett. That's who the Dolphins have met with this week - and it's only Tuesday.

Miami Dolphins player-organized workouts to begin this week

A lockout isn't stopping some on the Miami Dolphins from attending a player-organized training program coordinated by Jake Long and Chad Henne.

The Friday Five: Dolphins fans high on Ryan Mallett

We're less than five weeks away from the 2011 NFL Draft. And while the league's players and owners continue to drag out this lockout, the draft might be the only football event we get to enjoy for...

Tony Sparano says new offense is different, but will still focus on running the football

A new offense doesn't mean a change in offensive philosophy for the Miami Dolphins.

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