The Dolphins brought in three new quarterbacks and two of them are expected to have a big impact on the team this season. Ryan Fitzpatrick was brought in as the bridge quarterback for this season as the team was planning on drafting a rookie next year. But those plans could go out the door if Josh Rosen shows the potential to be that franchise quarterback the Dolphins have been searching for since Dan Marino.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Kelly: Which newcomers are expected to help Dolphins in 2019? | Commentary - South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Omar Kelly breaks down the top 15 newcomers added to the Miami Dolphins roster. How much impact will these veterans and rookies have in 2019?
Dolphins Running Backs
Miami Dolphins' Kalen Ballage out to prove he's no one-hit wonder - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
The 75-yard TD vs. Vikings, he believes, is just a sample of what running back has to offer in 2019
Dolphins Defensive Line
Tank Carradine hopes Dolphins are “perfect opportunity” – ProFootballTalk
Tank Carradine has played in 45 NFL games in six NFL seasons, and he's on his sixth head coach. Suffice it to say, he's struggled to find a good fit. But after playing just one game last year and asking for his release from the Raiders, he's hoping he's found one with Brian Flores and the Dolphin...
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Miami Dolphins 90-in-90 roster breakdown 2019: Wesley Farnsworth - The Phinsider
The 90-in-90 series marches on today as we reach the ninth player to fall into the spotlight. This series is an annual look at the Miami Dolphins’ preseason 90-man roster, player by player. Each...
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Some of the talented women from SB Nation’s team brands weigh in.