Analyzing the Miami Dolphins starting offense - Sun Sentinel
Breaking down the Miami Dolphins offensive starters
Andy Cohen: New Offense Has Many Moving Parts " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The new-look offense of the Miami Dolphins is going to benefit a lot of players in many different ways. But, the way I see it, no two players will benefit more than Mike Wallace and Charles Clay.
Can offense become part of Tannehill DNA quickly? | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Ryan Tannehill threw three interceptions in practice on Monday and followed that with three more interceptions on Tuesday. "It's a combination of a bunch of stuff," the Dolphins starting quarterback said in explaining the issues. "Some throws we're trying to...
Miami Dolphins: Are Ryan Tannehill's turnovers concerning? - ESPN
DAVIE, Fla. -- Here is the tricky part about training camp: The practices are informative, but you don't want to overrate them
Ellerbe Back Home In Second Season " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Miami Dolphins linebacker Dannell Ellerbe joined The Finsiders Tuesday evening to discuss the mindset of the team going into the Atlanta game Friday night. He also provided an in-depth look into training camp thus far. However, the primary focus of the interview centered around Ellerbe’s switch back to outside linebacker this season.
Finnegan allows play do the talking with Dolphins - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Interceptions kept coming for Cortland Finnegan at such a rate Tuesday that when practice ended, he said he didn't know the total. In the past, his mouth sometimes overshadowed his nose for the ball, but so far he's drawing only raves from the Dolphins for both his comportment and cornerback play. A former All-Pro selection, Finnegan has earned a spot on the first team and appears intent on reviving his career after an injury-plagued 2013 with the St. Louis Rams. He has been lining up opposite 2013 Pro Bowl selection Brent Grimes, ahead of second-year pros Jamar Taylor and Will Davis.
Grimes Never Satisfied With Past Success
Dolphins cornerback approaches each season with the goal of it being better than the previous one.
Palm Beach Post’s Miami Dolphins 53-man roster projection 3.0 | The Daily Dolphin
It's more than a week and a half in to Dolphins training camp and we're starting to get a feel for how this team will look come early September. A lot could still change with four preseason games (including Friday's opener in Atlanta), but here's how we seek it shaking out at the moment: Qua...
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Miami Dolphins practice report: Mike Wallace returns; Olivier Vernon out; Tannehill throws INTs | The Daily Dolphin
10 a.m. update: Just when the Dolphins offensive line is stabilizing, quarterback Ryan Tannehill is becoming a turnover machine. Tannehill has already thrown three interceptions in practice today after throwing three yesterday.
3 Observations From Practice #10 Of Dolphins Training Camp " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins wrapped up practice #10 of their 2014 training camp as the team took the field without pads Tuesday morning. In the process, Miami completed the installation phase of camp and will now turn its focus to Friday’s preseason opener at the Atlanta Falcons. As that game approaches, the defense continued to shine as bright as the sweltering sun in Davie on Tuesday.
NOTEBOOK: Focus Turns To Preparation For Falcons Game
Goal is to have the team dialed in on the game plan and execute Friday night in Atlanta.
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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 8/5/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include day 9 of Dolphins training camp, Samson Satele glad to be back, and Brent Grimes excited about secondary.
MMQB's Peter King has five thoughts on the Miami Dolphins - The Phinsider
Peter King's MMQB tour made its visit to Miami over the weekend. The veteran writer provided five thoughts on the team.
Dolphins training camp injury report: Egnew, Thomas, Vernon all to miss practice time - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have been hit by the injury bug early this year. Four more players are now expected to miss "multiple practices" due to various ailments.
Miami Dolphins Defense to shine in 2014? - The Phinsider
Like any football team, much of the focus at this time of the year is on the quarterback and the offense. However, lets not turn our attention away too far from Miami’s defense. Read more to find out why.