Tyreek Hill was making his media rounds during Super Bowl week and got to watch his former team win another championship without him. The Miami Dolphins receiver got on the topic of next season and said there should be no more excuses for this team while also expecting big things. For the past two seasons, the Dolphins have started the season hot but cooled down as the season went on. They’ve also made the playoffs twice, but have been knocked out in the Wildcard round both times. The team just has to find a way to remain consistent throughout the year.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Miami Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill Says the Time Has Come to Stop Making Excuses - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
Hill sends message to the team's fans to "expect a lot more from us"
On the Dolphins’ need for a stretch tight end or better No. 3 receiver and more news/notes
Dolphins’ need for one more weapon becomes clear
Dolphins position review: Miami set to return inside linebacker duo?
Miami got effective play from its inside linebacker duo, but could the team look for an upgrade?
Miami Dolphins Takeaways from Super Bowl LVIII - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
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