Ndamukong Suh will be withdrawing from the Pro Bowl after undergoing a minor medical procedure. The procedure will prevent him from playing, but it is not considered a major issue. Suh will be replaced by Kyle Williams and the the Dolphins will now have three representatives at the Pro Bowl, instead of four.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
2017 NFL Pro Bowl: Dolphins’ Ndamukong Suh withdraws from game | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh withdrew from his starting spot in next weekend's Pro Bowl. He will be replaced by Buffalo's Kyle Williams. Suh had a dominant season for Miami with 72 tackles, five sacks and six passes defensed to earn his fifth Pro Bowl selection.
Cohen: The Passing of A South Florida Legend
Former Miami Herald Sports Editor and sports columnist Edwin Pope brought the Dolphins into so many of our homes every morning.
Statements On The Passing Of Edwin Pope
Read a statements from the Miami Dolphins organization and others on the passing of long-time Herald columnist Edwin Pope.
Dolphins Front Office
Mike Tannenbaum Talks Playoffs, Adam Gase, and What's Next for Miami | The MMQB with Peter King
Miami's EVP of football operations on hiring head coach Adam Gase, what lies ahead for the Dolphins and the common thread for the four teams remaining in the playoffs
Ryan Tannehill breakthrough with Adam Gase promising for Dolphins
Ryan Tannehill's breakthrough under Adam Gase bodes well for Dolphins
Johnny Manziel: Could Miami Dolphins be option if he returns to NFL? | The Daily Dolphin
Johnny Manziel appears to have his sights set on a return to the NFL. According to TMZ, Manziel, who left the game of football after a string on personal issues, is "dead serious" about making an NFL comeback and has hit the gym in hopes of getting another shot in the league.
Dolphins Tight Ends
Mel Kiper Jr. says draft's depth at tight end favors Miami Dolphins
With the Dolphins' top two tight ends, Jordan Cameron and Dion Sims, about to become free agents, change likely is coming at the position.
With cap relief in hand, Miami Dolphins should copy Patriots’ blueprint | The Daily Dolphin
Singles and doubles, not home runs. That’s what the Dolphins should be thinking about this off-season despite the release of salary cap figures that show Miami has the most space rolled over to next season of any team in the AFC East.
Dolphins 2017 Season
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
The Splash Zone 1/20/17: Dolphins Hire Frank Bush And Other Coaching Changes - 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.
Edwin Pope, legendary sportswriter, passes away - The Phinsider
A Pro Football Hall of Fame member. A staple of the sports landscape in South Florida. A part of Hard Rock Stadium bearing his name. A four-time best sportswriter in the nation. That is what Edwin...
NFL sets Saints-Dolphins game in London - The Phinsider
The NFL has announced the Week 3 and Week 4 London schedule for the 2017 season. These games will be played at Wembley Stadium, with the Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars playing in Week 3...