Dolphins owner Ross promises to give away most of his fortune to charity - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
As attention turns to Stephen Ross’ willingness to spend money at Sun Life Stadium, he announces plans to give
Philbin: Everybody's In A Competitive Atmosphere Here
Nothing is being promised to anyone – rookie or veteran.
ESPN’s Williamson: Tannehill Is Going To Be Perennial Top-10 QB " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Whatever the reason — the newish rookie wage scale, the proliferation of the spread offense, etc. — a team’s "Quarterback of the Future" now typically is expected be its present, too. Ryan Tannehill, like several of his draft classmates, was able to step right in, starting all 16 games during his rookie season.
Here's a quick glance at whether, and where, the Dolphins have upgraded. - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
The Miami Dolphins wanted to upgrade from last season. Here's a look at their progress so far.
Salary Cap 101: Breaking down the Miami Dolphins’ rookie contracts and their impact on the salary cap | The Daily Dolphin
With the Dolphins’ roster finally at full capacity of 90 players, and the draft officially in the books, let’s take a look at the contracts of the
DOLPHINS COMMUNITY OUTREACH:
Dolphins Bring Football To Children In Cayman Islands
The Miami Dolphins Youth Programs Department continued their mission of spreading the game of football to today's children during a series of pep rallies to reach over 1,400 children in the Cayman Islands
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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 5/7/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include the journey of Jordan Kovacs to the NFL, Dolphins cornerback spots are open competition, and the Dolphins won't pay for stadium fixes.
The Miami Dolphins have seen a lot of turn over this offseason, with the team making a deliberate move to get younger and faster. Here's a look at all the different potential starters from 2012 to 2013.
The Miami Dolphins defense has the personnel to make opposing offenses quiver with fear in a variety of ways.
You've been given the opportunity to draft one former Miami Dolphins player, restored to his prime, and put him on the current roster. Who would it be....and Dan Marino is out.
Mel Kiper gave the Dolphins' 2013 draft class a B- this year. To get an idea of how accurate he has been over the years, here's a look back over the past 5 draft class grades.