Posts Tagged ‘Miami Dolphins’

Census field offices begin to reopen, aim to close the gap in lagging 2020 U.S. count

Monday, June 1st, 2020

U.S. Census Bureau field offices, considered the heart and soul of the effort to count every American, are beginning to reopen in Southern California months after they folded up shop in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Field offices in San Bernardino County opened their doors last week, and the Census Bureau says its office in Orange County will resume service on Monday, June 1.

Dolphins’ TE Mike Gesicki hopes to build off 2019 success

Monday, June 1st, 2020

Everybody’s kind of doing these Zoom meetings, and everybody doesn’t have a new offense to learn; but we are installing a new offense and just kind of learning the ins and the outs. It’s been super productive to be on those Zoom meetings and be able to talk to our new offensive coordinator, Chan Gailey, and kind of be able to talk with ‘Fitz’ (Ryan Fitzpatrick), being that he’s played in this kind of system before, and then being in our meetings with George Godsey, our tight ends coach.

Kyle Van Noy Says Miami Dolphins Trying To Be Own Team, Not The New England Patriots

Monday, June 1st, 2020

Kyle Van Noy was always a vocal leader in his four seasons with the Patriots, helping lead the New England defense to some glorious heights in 2019. The linebacker made a name for himself after Bill Belichick saved him from the Detroit Lions in 2016, a move that paid immediate dividends on the Patriots defense. Van Noy got to the quarterback 16.5 times in a Patriots uniform, winning a pair of Super Bowls in his run with the team.

Kyle Van Noy Says Miami Dolphins Trying To Be Own Team, Not The New England Patriots

Monday, June 1st, 2020

Kyle Van Noy was always a vocal leader in his four seasons with the Patriots, helping lead the New England defense to some glorious heights in 2019. The linebacker made a name for himself after Bill Belichick saved him from the Detroit Lions in 2016, a move that paid immediate dividends on the Patriots defense. Van Noy got to the quarterback 16.5 times in a Patriots uniform, winning a pair of Super Bowls in his run with the team.

The Splash Zone 6/1/20: Senior Bowl Director Provides Insight On Dolphins Draft Class

Monday, June 1st, 2020

Football, and other sports, cannot get here soon enough. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Senior Bowl director offers insight on Dolphins’ draft picks | Miami Herald Jim Nagy, the director of the Senior Bowl, offered analysis on a half dozen of the Miami Dolphins’ draft picks — Tua Tagovailoa, Raekwon Davis, Robert Hunt, Noah Igbinoghene, Brandon Jones and Austin Jackson.

For Sidelined N.F.L. Brothers, Training Is a Snap

Monday, June 1st, 2020

He usually heads to the garage at 7:30 a.m. to work out while Reid makes breakfast, which often includes pancakes. After his workout, Blake cooks four or five eggs with some turkey sausage, toast and Greek yogurt.

Omar Kelly: Ten looming Miami Dolphins position battles

Sunday, May 31st, 2020

Here is a breakdown of the Dolphins' 10 best battles that will likely carry over to training camp and the 2020 season as Miami's coaches work the find the right fits for year two of the franchise's rebuilding process. Starting quarterback: Ryan Fitzpatrick vs. Tua Tagovailoa Fitzpatrick, a 15-year veteran who was the primary catalyst for the Dolphins' five victories last season, has probably forgotten more football than most NFL starters actually know.

How reliable is kicker Jason Sanders?

Sunday, May 31st, 2020

As a seventh-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft out of New Mexico, Jason Sanders was a consistent option for the Dolphins during the 2018 season for an offense that was quite the opposite. With the 26th ranked offense in the NFL led by a back-and-forth of Ryan Tannehill and Brock Osweiler, Miami struggled. But Sanders was money, making 90 percent of his field goals along with 35 of 36 successful PATs.

REPORT: Tua Tagovailoa Expected To Beat Out Ryan Fitzpatrick As Week 1 Starter

Saturday, May 30th, 2020

Earlier this week, it was reported that the Miami Dolphins aren’t opposed to starting Tua Tagovailoa in his rookie season. According to multiple coaches he’s spoken to, Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman revealed that Tagovailoa is expected to beat Ryan Fitzpatrick and start in Week 1. Seeing that he was the No.

Dolphins hope to make doubters ‘put their foot in their mouth’ for 6-10 prediction

Saturday, May 30th, 2020

The Miami Dolphins added quarterback Tua Tagovailoa among 11 new rookies, spent more than $140 million in guaranteed money to 11 free agents and sprinkled in even more talent to their roster along the way this offseason.