Though Arian Foster may have been with the Dolphins for a short amount of time, he was one of my favorite players to watch when he played for the Houston Texans. Foster announced his retirement from football yesterday. Foster was such a fun player to watch. It's terrible that injuries had to derail his career and forced him to call it quits. Foster will remain one of my favorite players and I will never forget that game he had against us in 2009 when he burst onto the scene.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Miami Dolphins running back Arian Foster retires | Miami Herald
Miami Dolphins running back Arian Foster announced Monday that he is walking away from the game midway through his eighth season, writing that his body can no longer withstand the demands of what he described as a "gladiator" game. The Miami Herald has independently confirmed that Foster is indeed retiring, effective immediately.
Foster Announces His Retirement
Foster concludes his eight-year career having carried the ball 1,476 times for 6,527 yards and 54 touchdowns. He added 255 receptions for 2,346 yards and 14 scores.
Miami Dolphins: Offense has gone from hurry up to hammer down
See if you can come up with sweeter words than these as a Miami Dolphins fan.
Dolphins Running Backs
Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase devising more ways to keep Jay Ajayi chugging along | The Daily Dolphin
Adam Gase and his coaching staff will get some R&R during this bye week, but an extended getaway in the Keys won’t be on the agenda. Gase, it turns out, just had an unexpected task piled onto his workload.
Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi a tenacious, punishing, unlikely star | The Daily Dolphin
MIAMI GARDENS — Jay Ajayi had just finished rushing for more than 200 yards for a second consecutive game, placing himself in a historical context that would have been impossible to predict. As complex as it may be to explain, Ajayi's plan is working, and seems simple.
Adam Gase credits Jay Ajayi’s comeback from "10 bad days" | ProFootballTalk
At the start of the season, Dolphins coach Adam Gase was so down on running back Jay Ajayi that Gase left Ajayi home for the team's Week One trip to Seattle. A whole lot has changed since then.
Dolphins Offensive Line
Dolphins Go Extra Young On The Line
Sam Young enjoyed the opportunity to contribute on offense and help Jay Ajayi reach 200 yards for a second consecutive game.
Dolphins Defensive Line
Williams Answers The Challenge
Veteran defensive end’s performance was rewarding for everyone involved with the Dolphins.
Miami Dolphins tries Mario Williams at tackle | Miami Herald
Mario Williams found himself in an odd spot when the Dolphins (3-4) lined him up at defensive tackle late in their 28-25 win over the Bills, with Ndamukong Suh to his immediate left and Andre Branch at right defensive end. Cameron Wake was the left defensive end.
Kiko Alonso journey - OneNacion Blog- ESPN
Things have started out well for Alonso before, but a key issue to settling in with his new team in Miami is remaining injury-free.
Dolphins' Thomas acknowledges Goodwin touchdown was because of his mistake | Miami Herald
Dolphins safety Michael Thomas stepped up and took responsibility for a 67-yard touchdown pass to Marquise Goodwin Sunday.
Dolphins 2016 Season
NOTEBOOK: Bye Comes At Right Time For Dolphins; Other Notes
Players looking forward to weekend off and then get ready for the final nine games of the regular season. Plus, Thomas takes responsibility, some Penn State pride at Dolphins camp and the spike that wasn't.
AC In The AM: A Season Now Filled With Promise
With Jay Ajayi running wild again, the season suddenly has a different look to it.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
The Splash Zone 10/24/16: Miami Dolphins Defeat The Buffalo Bills - The Phinsider
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours
Bills at Dolphins: Good, Bad, Ugly for Miami’s 28-25 win - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins ran through the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, doing just about anything they wanted - especially when it came to the running game. Miami ran for 6.2 yards per attempt on Sunday,...
Dolphins offensive snap counts: Weeks 5, 6, and 7 - The Phinsider
We take a look at the offensive snap counts for the Miami Dolphins over the last three weeks.
Victory Monday is awesome; 2 in a row is even better - The Phinsider
I’ve been sitting here for the last 15 minutes staring at a blank article page, trying to decide how to break down the Miami Dolphins running over of the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. You know what I...