Running back Arian Foster is dealing with a groin injury, which doesn't appear to be that serious. However, the Dolphins would like to stay cautious with their starting running back. This might be the perfect game to let Foster sit out for a week as the Dolphins will take on the Cleveland Browns. Everyone seems to be favoring the Dolphins, but don't underestimate your opponent.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Miami Dolphins RB Arian Foster, LB Jelani Jenkins miss practice - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Dolphins running back Arian Foster (groin) and linebacker Jelani Jenkins (knee) did not participate during the media portion of practice on Wednesday.
Tannehill's Half Was Second To None
In the second half against the Patriots, the Dolphins quarterback was 22-for-27 for 273 yards with two touchdowns and an interception on the last play of the game. His passer rating for the final two quarters was an impressive 118.1.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
WR DeVante Parker adds different dimension to Miami Dolphins offense - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
In the second half at New England, DeVante Parker showed what he can give the Dolphins when he's healthy.
Dolphins Offensive Line
Miami Dolphins lineman pleads with fans: Bring the NOISE | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Ju'Wuan James is asking fans to raise a ruckus on Sunday. It's the home opener, in a brand new Hard Rock Stadium, and after facing the difficult challenge of road games at Seattle and New England, James wants to see if Dolphins fans can "cause so...
AC In The AM: 10 Questions With Guard Jermon Bushrod
The veteran guard talks about his career, his family and his admiration for Dolphins coach Adam Gase.
Baylor Battle Brewing On Sunday
Xavien Howard and Corey Coleman both were big-time playmakers at Baylor as the past two seasons, Howard had nine interceptions and Coleman averaged 69 catches for 1,241 yards and 15.5 touchdowns.
Dolphins 2016 Season
Kneeling Dolphins players trying to go from raising awareness to tackling the problems of social injustice | Miami Dolphins In Depth
In the days following their much-heralded pregame protest in Seattle, the four Miami Dolphins players who kneeled during the national anthem decided they needed to move past making people aware of what they see as social inequalities for black people,...
Boomer Esiason: ‘Pretty good’ Miami Dolphins can make a playoff run | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins fans who have endured years of letdowns have conditioned themselves against that thing called optimism. National NFL analysts are a different story. So it is that on this week's edition of Inside the NFL on Showtime, premiering at 9 p.m.
Browns At Dolphins
Dolphins big favorites vs. Browns and third-string QB Cody Kessler - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
The Dolphins are 0-2 but get to face the also-winless Browns -- who are down to their third-string quarterback -- in Sunday's home opener.
Dolphins weekly positional matchups: Cleveland Browns in Week 3 | The Daily Dolphin
How do the Miami Dolphins and Cleveland Browns match up for next Sunday’s game? When the Dolphins have the ball… Miami passing offense (13th in NFL) vs.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
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Dolphins at Patriots snap counts for Miami’s offense - The Phinsider
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Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots: Film Review - The Phinsider
After a close loss on the road to Seattle, the Dolphins looked to try and steal a divisional road game. It looked bad early, but Ryan Tannehill led a furious charge in the second half that just fell short.