The Dolphins received some terrible news yesterday. The team has lost Reshad Jones for the rest of the season. Jones went to get a second opinion on his torn rotator cuff but unfortunately the team will have the shut him down for the rest of the 2016 season. Jones is arguably the team's best defensive player and it is going to be tough to replace him. Guys are going to have to step up now.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
It's No Easy Task To Replace Reshad
Losing a Pro Bowl safety is a big loss, no doubt, for the Dolphins, but Michael Thomas and Walt Aikens are ready for the challenge.
What Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Wednesday | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase seemed a bit tired and melancholy, which makes sense as Wednesday was the day he learned he'll officially go without Reshad Jones for the rest of the season.
AC In The AM: 10 Questions With Clyde Christensen
The Dolphins’ offensive coordinator has a wealth of experience coaching some great players, but it is this Dolphins’ offense that is now the focus of his attention.
Miami Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill has found his tablet "glitches" | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has found the tablet he uses during games to look at formations sometimes "glitches." "There have been a few issues this year that have come up, just having to go to the IT guys or whoever controls it," Tannehill told the Palm Beach Post.
Dolphins Running Backs
Ajayi Named AFC Offensive Player Of Week
Ajayi becomes the ninth Dolphins running back to be named AFC Offensive Player of the Week since the award began in 1984.
Dolphins Tight Ends
Will Miami Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron (concussion) return this season? | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE--One of the many bad breaks for Dolphins coach Adam Gase was losing tight end Jordan Cameron to a concussion in the third game of the year. Cameron, who has a history of concussion problems, figured to be a big part of the offense before going down.
Chris Culliver confident he can help the Dolphins' secondary - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Chris Culliver has returned to practice and says he's more than ready to go, which is good news for a Dolphins secondary that has underwhelmed.
Culliver Excited To Be Back Working
Culliver’s first appearance in a Dolphins practice came exactly 10 weeks after he was signed.
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Dolphins underdog to visiting Bills - The Phinsider
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Reshad Jones out for season - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are expected to lose safety Reshad Jones for the season.