When Chris Grier and Stephen Ross began searching for a new head coach, the two wanted to find a candidate that would be a leader to the whole team. They weren’t looking for a star offensive coordinator, they just wanted a leader of men. The team is hoping Brian Flores is that guy to lead this team out of mediocrity, but it will take some time. This past offseason, the team didn’t spend and acquired plenty of draft picks through various trades. The Dolphins have the ammunition and it’s up to Flores and Grier to make the right decisions.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Why daunting Dolphins rebuild will be done The Brian Flores Way - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
The former Patriots scout isn't out to be a Bill Belichick clone. The first-year head coach says he's his "own man" as he guides the 0-1 Dolphins.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Miami Dolphins WR Preston Williams confident, but believes he can be better - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Dolphins wide receiver Preston Williams hopes to meet Tom Brady
Dolphins Offensive Line
AC In The AM: Jesse Davis | A Story Of Perseverance
To appreciate where Jesse Davis is right now, you have to understand where he’s been.
Dolphins must improve run defense or they have no chance | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins have the worst defense against the run in the NFL after one week of play but they are being more physical in practice this week, wearing pads and hitting each other, to improve their tackling and other suggestions might also help.
Dolphins Defensive Line
Dolphins bring back the Tank (Carradine) – ProFootballTalk
This time, the Dolphins cannot deny their intent to Tank. Tank Carradine, at least. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins brought back the veteran defensive end Thursday. Carradine was in camp with them this summer, but released at final cuts.
Miami Dolphins: How Raekwon McMillan, looking speedy and svelte, dropped 4 percent body fat - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Raekwon McMillan returned after missing nearly four weeks with an undisclosed injury, and flashed against Ravens
Dolphins 2019 Season
Patriots are helping support the NFL’s middle class | Miami Herald
The New England Patriots are a team built on value and opportunity, with a philosophical flexibility that matches their on-field versatility.
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Patriots at Dolpins Week 2 injury report: Reshad Jones, Albert Wilson do not practice Wednesday - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots have released their first injury reports for the Week 2 meeting between the two AFC East rivals. The Dolphins, coming off a 59-10 loss to the Baltimore...
Miami Dolphins’ WR Preston Williams scores first career TD vs Baltimore (Anatomy of a play) - The Phinsider
Let’s take a look at the lone bright spot from the Dolphins 59-10 loss vs the Ravens
Pro Football Hall of Fame announces 122 nominees for 2020; Zach Thomas, Richmond Webb, Reggie Roby headline Dolphins options - The Phinsider
The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday the 122 modern-era nominess they have for their 2020 induction class. This massive list will be paried down to 25 semi-finalists in November, then...
Dolphins sign Tank Carradine, place Jonathan Ledbetter on IR - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins announced a couple of roster moves on Thursday, adding defensive end Tank Carradine back to the roster while placing rookie defensive end Jonathan Ledbetter on injured reserve....