DeVante Parker is expected to play this Sunday against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday Night Football. Parker has missed the last three games with an ankle injury. There is also Ted Larsen, who was expected to be the starter at guard. Unfortunately, Larsen suffered a biceps injury which knocked him out for half of this season. But he can practice this week and it is unknown if he will play Sunday.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Historically bad Dolphins offense getting some much needed help | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins expect wide receiver DeVante Parker to play in Sunday night’s prime time game against the Oakland Raiders, barring a setback in practices this week, according to sources.
AC in the AM: Gase Was Right To Challenge His Players
After a few days of trying to make sense out of a 40-0 loss to the Ravens, after tossing and turning over an offense that has been consistently inconsistent and after hearing a very frustrated and angry Adam Gase question the study habits of some of his players, we offer up this Monday morning dose of perspective.
Dolphins QB Jay Cutler returns to lead 'worst offense in football' - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins QB Jay Cutler is scheduled to return from a rib injury this week to lead what coach Adam Gase called the "worst offense in football."
Dolphins 2017 Season
What the Miami Dolphins are doing as the NFL trade deadline nears | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins are among the teams active in trade talks as the NFL trade deadline looms Tuesday at 4 p.m., according to multiple league sources.
Truth comes out: Some Miami Dolphins don’t love game as much as organization thought | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — In the spring of 2016, new Dolphins general manager Chris Grier held one of those pre-draft news conferences designed to reveal as little as possible about the upcoming selections.
Miami Dolphins' Tannenbaum optimistic, said reinforcements on the way | Miami Herald
Dolphins executive Mike Tannenbaum likes the roster and feels good about this team’s future.
Miami Dolphins Schedule: Just how brutal is the road ahead? | The Daily Dolphin
The Miami Dolphins are 4-3 and it could be worse. Imagine if they had been beaten by the Los Angeles Chargers on a last-minute try by kicker Youghoe Koo. The Chargers are 3-5. Miami has played seven games and only three of those opponents now have a winning record.
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Dolphins active in trade talks, but will deal get completed? - The Phinsider
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