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Dolphins will replace field at Hard Rock Stadium

At a venue that has undergone dramatic change over the past few years, the playing surface will be undergoing the most dramatic change possible. Via Jason Lieser of the Palm Beach Post, the Dolphins will replace the entire field at Hard Rock Stadium in advance of regular-season openers from both the Dolphins and the University [more]

Jay Cutler: DeVante Parker is a faster Alshon Jeffery

One of the frequent talking points around the Dolphins this offseason has been predictions of a breakout year for wide receiver DeVante Parker. Quarterback Jay Cutler hasn’t been a Dolphin for all that long, but he’s on message when it comes to discussing Parker. Cutler targeted Parker four times and connected twice, although one of the [more]

Jay Cutler was glad to get first big hit out of the way

New Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler didn’t do much last night, but he was glad to get out there. Primarily, there was a sense of relief after he took his first big hit on his surgically repaired right shoulder. On his last play of his two-series debut with the Dolphins, Cutler was drilled by Ravens defensive end [more]

Jay Cutler plays two series in Dolphins debut

Jay Cutler’s debut with the Dolphins was very Jay Cutler. There were moments in which he looked extremely sharp. There were other moments of, well, not so much. Cutler started and played two series in his first action since signing with Miami, before yielding late in the first quarter for veteran backup Matt Moore. Cutler [more]

Dolphins worked out Kelvin Sheppard Wednesday

Rey Maualuga had some company as the Dolphins kicked the tires on veteran linebackers in the wake of Raekwon McMillan‘s season-ending knee injury. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that the team also worked out Kelvin Sheppard on Wednesday. Sheppard spent last season with the Giants, starting 11 games, and was a member of [more]

Former NFL CB injures two officers while trying to escape courtroom

Former NFL cornerback Dimitri Patterson was back in a courtroom, and he made it obvious he didn’t want to be there. Patterson bolted from a Miami-Dade courtroom Tuesday after a judge ordered him placed under custody, according to the Miami Herald. Patterson, 34, injured two police officers as he tried to escape. He was detained [more]

Report: Rey Maualuga working out for Dolphins

The Dolphins are taking a look at adding some help at linebacker after losing rookie Raekwon McMillan for the season to a torn ACL. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that the team will work out several linebackers on Wednesday, including former Bengal Rey Maualuga. Dolphins defensive coordinator Matt Burke was once Maualuga’s position [more]

Jay Ajayi shrugs off first career concussion

When Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi suffered a concussion in practice more than two weeks ago, it was the first of his career. At any level. Ajayi confirmed for reporters on Tuesday that he’d never before had a concussion, and that he started to feel normal after a week. He also discussed his symptoms. “Just [more]

Jay Cutler to make his Dolphins debut Thursday night

Smoke ’em if you’ve got ’em. Jay Cutler’s going to be back on the field Thursday night. Via Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Cutler would make his preseason debut Thursday night against the Ravens. Gase has said the Dolphins were trying to get Cutler up to speed as quickly [more]

Jay Ajayi out of concussion protocol, Kenyan Drake in

The Dolphins got one tailback out of the concussion protocol just as another one went into it. According to multiple reports, Jay Ajayi has cleared the final step in the concussion protocol and has been fully cleared to return to practice nearly two weeks after he suffered a concussion on a hit from safety T.J. [more]

Dolphins lose starting cornerback Tony Lippett for season

The Dolphins are down a starting cornerback. Tony Lippett has a torn Achilles tendon and will miss the entire season. Lippett, who started 13 games last season, was a 2015 fifth-round draft pick of the Dolphins. He suffered the injury during Monday’s practice. The injury is a significant blow to the Dolphins’ defense and special [more]

Gase: Tannehill will be ready for 2018 offseason program

With Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill set for reconstructive knee surgery this week, the next question becomes whether he’ll be ready for the 2018 offseason program. Appearing on Monday’s PFT Live, Dolphins coach Adam Gase said that Tannehill will indeed be ready to go. As to the external criticism regarding whether Tannehill should have had surgery [more]

Dolphins sign WR Trey Griffey

The Dolphins have signed receiver Trey Griffey, according to Steven Wine of the Associated Press. Griffey is the son of Hall of Fame baseball player Ken Griffey Jr. Miami has had multiple receivers slowed by injuries during training camp, though none of those injured are starters. Griffey had 79 catches for 1,241 yards and six [more]

Mike Pouncey expected to play in preseason

Dolphins center Mike Pouncey‘s absence from team drills at practice came to an end over the weekend and Monday saw him take more snaps while banging heads with members of the starting defense. Pouncey said one collision with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh left him with “a stinger on my left side.” While it hurt, Pouncey [more]

Kenyan Drake leaves Dolphins practice with possible head injury

Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake has seen more work of late with Jay Ajayi in the concussion protocol, but a hit at Monday’s practice may have Drake joining Ajayi on the sideline. Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that Drake was “on the receiving end of a flush, helmet-to-helmet hit” from cornerback Torry McTyer [more]

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