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Miami Dolphins expected to be required to cut players before camp. Here are the candidates

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

A six-pack of Miami Dolphins notes on a Friday:

The First Half Of 2020 Was A Bust For Sports, Second Half Begins With A Little Optimism

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – When the Miami Dolphins walked off the field with 48 hours left in 2019, things were normal. A win over the New England Patriots finished off a strong second half of the season and gave a sense of optimism to 2020. Little did they know, or anyone else for that matter, what was in store as we rang in the new year.

2020 NFL Preview: Dolphins’ total rebuild could come along fast, depending on Tua Tagovailoa

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

The Dolphins finished last season well, then spent big.

Omar Kelly: Dolphins have as much talent as any other AFC East team, so bar should be set higher for Flores

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Omar Kelly: Dolphins have as much talent as any other AFC East team, so bar should be set higher for Flores The late Tony Sparano coached the Miami Dolphins to their last AFC East title in 2008 during his first season as the franchise's head coach. Sparano then followed up that impressive start with three straight losing seasons. Adam Gase led an injury-decimated Dolphins team to a 10-6 record and the franchise's last playoff berth in 2016, despite finishing the year with backup quarterback Matt...

Hyde: Here’s the story of a real Miami Dolphins hero for Fourth of July

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Before Winner was in the Dolphins’ front office for a decade, before he helped stock the roster as director of personnel during Don Shula’s Super Bowl runs in the 1980s, before he was the St. Louis Cardinals head coach and Shula’s defensive assistant in Baltimore — long before his NFL path began, Winner flew on a B-17 Flying Fortress dropping bombs over Germany in World War II.

Hyde: Here’s the story of a real Miami Dolphins hero for Fourth of July

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Before Winner was in the Dolphins’ front office for a decade, before he helped stock the roster as director of personnel during Don Shula’s Super Bowl runs in the 1980s, before he was the St. Louis Cardinals head coach and Shula’s defensive assistant in Baltimore — long before his NFL path began, Winner flew on a B-17 Flying Fortress dropping bombs over Germany in World War II.

Former Badger Michael Deiter named to BTN’s All-Decade Team

Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

The longtime Badgers guard was named to the Big Ten Network’s All-Decade first team on Tuesday along with five others. I’m definitely proud of it. It’s a huge honor,” Deiter told the Big Ten Network.

What is Dolphins’ biggest need entering Year 2 of the rebuild? Analytics site weighs in

Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

A six-pack of Miami Dolphins notes on a Thursday:

‘If you still have life, you can do anything’: How Kendrick Norton embraced life after trauma

Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

The process isn’t simple like it once was for Norton, who has now lived without most of his left arm for nearly a year after losing it in a car accident on the Fourth of July in 2019. He casts one-handed with his right arm, then he tucks the rod into the crook of his left armpit. He angles his shoulders and back until he can grip the reel with his right hand with enough leverage to pull in his catch.

Phinsider Radio: Exploring the potential of DeVante Parker and the rest of Miami’s wide receivers in 2020

Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

Thank you In this episode of Phinsider Radio, Jake Mendel (@JMendel94) and I (@Houtz) are joined by Pro Football Network’s Matthew Cannata (@CannataPFN) to breakdown the Miami Dolphins wide receiver corps. But before we get started on Miami’s WRs, we allow Matthew Cannata to get some much-needed promotion out of the way. You can follow him (@CannataPFN) and former co-host Aaron Sutton (@ASuttonPFN) at Pro Football Network.