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Tank Carradine hopes Dolphins are “perfect opportunity”

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 [more]

Josh McCown announces his retirement

Josh McCown said in March that he would take some time to decide if he wanted to continue his NFL career during the 2019 season and he announced that decision on Monday. McCown is retiring as a player after a career that saw him spend time with 10 NFL teams and the Hartford Colonials of [more]

Dolphins wrap up draft class by signing Michael Deiter

The Dolphins wrapped up their draft pick signing business before breaking for the next month. The team announced that third-round pick Michael Deiter had signed his rookie deal. The guard from Wisconsin was a four-year starter in college, starting all 54 games. The Dolphins had six picks total, and now have them all under contract.

Andre Branch visits Cardinals

The Cardinals may be adding a veteran piece to their defense ahead of training camp. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that defensive end Andre Branch is visiting with the team on Thursday. Branch was released by the Dolphins in March and Branch hasn’t been linked with any other teams over the last few months. [more]

Albert Wilson expects to play Week One

Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson looked like he was poised to have a big year in his first season in Miami in 2018, but after seven games he suffered a season-ending hip injury. The good news is, he doesn’t think it will affect him this season. Wilson told CBS 12 in West Palm Beach that [more]

Randy Mueller to work for Houston XFL franchise

The Houston franchise of the XFL has added some NFL experience. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, former Dolphins and Saints General Manager Randy Mueller has been named director of player personnel. Mueller was working for the Salt Lake Stallions of the AAF when that league folded. His last NFL job was an [more]

DeVante Parker: I can play, I just have to stay healthy

Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker has been a man of two seasons since being selected in the first round of the 2015 draft. In the offseason, Parker is the subject of gushing quotes and rosy projections as a result of the work he’s doing on the practice field. Come the regular season, though, Parker hasn’t [more]

Brian Flores: QB competition really gets rolling in “nitty gritty” of training camp

The early word from Miami has been that Ryan Fitzpatrick has had the edge over Josh Rosen at quarterback, but head coach Brian Flores said on Wednesday that it would be premature to read too much into what that means for the regular season. Flores has said in the past that Rosen has a lot [more]

Report: Leonte Carroo suspended four games

The NFL has suspended free agent Leontee Carroo for the first four weeks of the 2019 season, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Carroo, 25, spent the past three seasons with the Dolphins. The receiver has played in 37 career games, with two starts. He has 12 career catches for 192 yards and two touchdowns. The [more]

Dolphins waive CB Tyler Horton

The Dolphins welcomed safety Reshad Jones back to practice on Tuesday as their mandatory minicamp got underway and they also said farewell to another member of the secondary. The team announced that they have placed cornerback Tyler Horton on waivers. No players have been added to the roster at this time. Horton signed with the [more]

Reshad Jones: Voluntary means voluntary

Dolphins safety Reshad Jones returned to the team facility this week for a mandatory minicamp. Jones had skipped the voluntary offseason program. “I’m excited to be back, excited to be here with my teammates,” Jones said, via video from Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. “Learn the defense. There’s a lot of packages, a [more]

Ndamukong Suh to wear No. 93

The Buccaneers barely waited for Gerald McCoy to take his belongings and leave before they replaced him. Three days after releasing McCoy, Tampa Bay signed Ndamukong Suh. On Monday, Suh announced on Twitter that he will wear No. 93, McCoy’s old number with the Bucs. It is not like it’s a new number for Suh. [more]

Report: Dolphins prefer to trade Reshad Jones

Dolphins General Manager Chris Grier promised in April that safety Reshad Jones “is going to be here.” But now comes word from Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald that the team prefers to trade Jones, if they get a deal to their liking. Jones has skipped the team’s voluntary offseason program but is expected to [more]

Youth track team puts six players in the NFL

The odds of making it to the NFL are incredibly slim. But not for the kids who 13 years ago belonged to the Cali Rising Stars track team. As explained by Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News, six of those 11- and 12-year-olds have made it to the NFL. One of the former Rising Stars [more]

Brian Flores “can’t say enough good things” about Charles Harris

After trading Robert Quinn and seeing Cameron Wake leave as a free agent, the Dolphins are short on experienced edge rushers on their roster. The remaining group is led by 2017 first-round pick Charles Harris, who has three sacks in 27 career games. That underwhelming production came before Brian Flores was the head coach in [more]

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