Ryan Tannehill is looking pretty good according to everyone around him. Tannehill underwent reconstructive knee surgery four months ago and is impressing his coaches with everything he has been doing. Tannehill may have been on injured reserve, but the quarterback was always around acting like a coach and helping with game planning. He appears to be on schedule and should be good to go for next season.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Ryan Tannehill's repaired knee 'looks pretty darn strong' | Miami Herald
Ryan Tannehill is going to be the Dolphins’ starter in 2018 — health permitting. So how is his reconstructed left knee?
Dolphins' Jay Cutler mum on playing future beyond this season
With Miami still in contention for a playoff spot, Jay Cutler said he's not looking past this weekend's pivotal game against the Chiefs.
Dolphins Offensive Line
Miami Dolphins want more than adequate from Laremy Tunsil | Miami Herald
A bunch of Miami Dolphins notes, including some news on DeVante Parker and Jordan Phillips and more.
Miami Dolphins high on rookie OT Eric Smith, who could debut Sunday | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE—Don’t be surprised if Dolphins rookie offensive tackle Eric Smith is dancing on the field at some point in the next two weeks. That’s Smith’s way of staying loose, and it was working well for him before a knee injury knocked him out for most of the season.
Miami Dolphins DC Matt Burke offers blunt criticism of 3 key players | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Matt Burke offered sharp, candid criticism of linebacker Kiko Alonso, safety Reshad Jones and defensive end Cameron Wake on Thursday. In particular, Burke said he needs Alonso to miss fewer plays than he did in Sunday's loss at Buffalo.
Dolphins at Chiefs
NFL predictions for Dolphins-Chiefs and rest of Week 16 games | Miami Herald
Like a lump of coal in your stocking arrive Greg Cote’s picks for Dolphins-Chiefs, the Game of the Week, Upset of the Week and the rest of NFL Week 16.
Miami Dolphins must do something they haven’t done since 2012 to make NFL playoffs | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins are down after a loss to the Buffalo Bills but not out of the playoff picture. But a lot of things have to happen for Miami to get in the NFL postseason.
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Dolphins place Jermon Bushrod, Julius Thomas on injured reserve - The Phinsider
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