Armando Salguero: Joe Philbin optimistic about Miami Dolphins despite skeptics - Armando Salguero - MiamiHerald.com
Joe Philbin welcomes a visitor with a warm smile and firm handshake and for the next 30 minutes enthusiastically talks about his Dolphins with a confidence that belies the coach’s first two seasons in Miami.
DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:
Olivier Vernon: D-line 'heart and soul' - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
The Miami Dolphins have several question marks heading into the 2014 season. Fortunately for them, the defensive line is not one of them.
Jordan suspension presents training camp issue | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Dion Jordan came to the Dolphins with high promise and expecations as the third overall draft pick in 2013. Then stuff began to happen. He wasn't able to practice very much last training camp as he rehabilitated from shoulder surgery....
Dolphins linebacker experiment is over ... success! | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The grand linebacker experiment the Dolphins took to the offseason lab is over and, as the team gets ready to open training camp practices Friday at their Davie training facility, it is possible to say the experiment worked. Eureka! Dolphins...
DOLPHINS SPECIAL TEAMS:
2014 Training Camp Preview: Specialists
The Dolphins head into camp with Sturgis as the only kicker on the roster, Fields as the only punter and Denney as the only long-snapper.
DOLPHINS TRAINING CAMP:
REPORTS: Pouncey and Moreno Placed on PUP List « The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Going into training camp, there were two offensive players on the Miami Dolphins reportedly dealing with injuries, and both were possible candidates for the Physically Unable To Perform list.
Hyde5: Five things I need to see at Dolphins camp - Sun Sentinel
Dolphins camp opens Friday and what you're looking for are signs of something different. Not words. Not coachspeak of a new season. You're looking for tangible, on-field differences that, yes, you can catch a glimpse of in the training camp and preseason games. Here are five things I'm looking for before we get the real answers starting in Game 1 against New England:
Andy Cohen: Next Six Weeks Will Tell Us A Lot " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
This is an important summer for the Miami Dolphins. There is no use sugarcoating it. Answers must come. Progress must be made. Holes must be filled. An entire football team must grow as one. It is a formidable task, yet it is clearly attainable. But there is no time to waste. Not with the stakes so high. Not with the New England Patriots coming to town on the first Sunday of September.
Questions of offense dominate Miami Dolphins as camp begins | FOX Sports
With LeBron James abdicating his throne, the Miami Dolphins have a chance to reclaim their spot as the team to watch in South Florida this fall.
The Dolphins return to training camp today and practice begins on Friday. Make sure to check back throughout camp for updates from the Palm Beach Post. You can also follow us on Twitter @AbramsonPBP and @gunnerhal, on Instagram and like our brand new "Post on Dolphins" Facebook page.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 7/24/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Mike Pouncey could miss first half of season, Ryan Tannehill embracing new offense, and high expectations for 5 young players.
Predicting the Miami Dolphins 53-Man Roster: Defense & Special Teams - The Phinsider
A pre-training camp prediction of how the Miami Dolphins' defense and special teams will take shape on the 53-man roster.
Miami Dolphins training camp opens; Open practice schedule set - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins open training camp today as players begin reporting to the team's Davie facilities ahead of tomorrow's first practice. We have the full schedule of how and when you can attend the public practices.
Koa Misi has won the Miami Dolphins starting middle linebacker job - The Phinsider
According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Joe Philbin today confirmed that, unless Misi's performance falls off a cliff during training camp, he has looked good enough at middle linebacker to win that position battle