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Sony Michel is planning to “rock” No. 34 in Ricky Williams’ honor

Sony Michel grew up in Plantation, Florida, watching the Dolphins. He was only 7 when Ricky Williams set a team record with 1,853 yards.So, after Michel signed with the Dolphins as a free agent, he chose to follow in Williams’ cleat marks by picking No. 34.“Everybody knows, man, this is a great number,” Michel said [more]

Mike McDaniel: Raheem Mostert’s expectations are to play Week One

Though running back Raheem Mostert missed nearly all of the 2021 season with a knee injury, the Dolphins signed him to a one-year deal worth $3.25 million in March.Mostert worked with Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel with the 49ers, so there’s no doubt that Mostert will fit into the scheme. And the running back intends [more]

Recent shoulder surgery would complicate a potential Drew Brees return

While it’s still unclear from a Sunday night tweet whether future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees is truly thinking about coming back to football (one more tweet could clear it up quickly), there’s one specific complication to any desire to play football.As noted by Peter King in his latest Football Morning in America column, [more]

Mike McDaniel: We jumped at the opportunity to sign Sony Michel

The Dolphins already had several running backs competing to start for the team in 2022. And then the club went and signed Sony Michel last week.Michel played in a similar offensive system with the Rams to what new head coach Mike McDaniel’s implementing in Miami. McDaniel said in his Tuesday press conference that the Dolphins [more]

Sean Payton joins Fox for 2022

Sean Payton won’t be coaching in 2022, but he will be working in football.Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Payton has accepted a job with Fox.The Super Bowl XLIV-winning coach will work in studio with Fox throughout 2022. It’s believed that he’ll join the Fox NFL Sunday crew on off days for Jimmy [more]

Dolphins signing Melvin Ingram

The Dolphins have agreed to terms with pass rusher Melvin Ingram, per multiple reports.The Chiefs had interest in re-signing Ingram and used the unrestricted free agent tender on him May 2. That meant Kansas City offered him a one-year, $4.4 million contract for 2022 and enacted a July 22 deadline for him to sign with [more]

Dolphins sign Cole Banwart, cut Ty Clary with failed physical

The Dolphins signed offensive lineman Cole Banwart, the team announced Saturday.Banwart, 24, went undrafted in 2021 and signed a rookie free agent deal with the Titans. Tennessee waived him Sept. 9.He spent time on the Giants’ practice squad and then the Vikings’ practice squad last season.The Dolphins waived offensive lineman Ty Clary with a failed [more]

Jarvis Landry lands back in New Orleans, with the Saints

If good things happen in threes, it’s just a matter of time before the Saints sign Odell Beckham Jr.Free-agent receiver Jarvis Landry, a Louisiana native who played college football at LSU, has signed with the Saints. Following multiple reports regarding the move, Landry tweeted “WHO DAT.” (Not to be confused with Who Dey.)Cut by the [more]

Miami Dolphins schedule 2022: Dates, times, TV, opponents for Weeks 1-18

The 18-week 2022 NFL schedule has been released and the Dolphins will hope that the blockbuster addition of wide receiver Tyreek Hill can help propel the team into the postseason for the first time since the 2016 season. Keep reading to see the Dolphins’ full schedule including dates, times, opponents, primetime games, and more. Coverage [more]

Dolphins sign two picks, 14 undrafted free agents

The Dolphins signed half of their 2022 draft class on Friday.It was just a four-player class in Miami and seventh-rounders Cameron Goode and Skylar Thompson were the last to be selected. Third-round linebacker Channing Tindall and fourth-round wide receiver Erik Ezukanma remain unsigned.Goode had 170 tackles, 21 sacks, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, and two [more]

Monday Night Football: Broncos at Seahawks kicks off ESPN’s schedule

ESPN will debut a new broadcasting team this season, having lured Joe Buck and Troy Aikman from Fox to join sideline reporter Lisa Salters and rules analyst John Parry. Michelle Beisner-Buck also joins the team to present feature content.The crew will hit the ground running, getting Russell Wilson‘s return to Seattle in his Broncos debut [more]

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