Posts Tagged ‘Miami Dolphins’

Former Linsly Player and Basketball Star Jibri Blount Signs With Dolphins

Saturday, May 8th, 2021

I’ve made some great connections and met some of my closest friends through basketball but I’m excited for the things that God is doing in my life now and this stretch coming up. Jibri’s time at Linsly also helped prepare him for this upcoming journey on and off the field. I had some challenging times but Linsly was a great experience for me because a lot of different people there taught me different things about myself,” Jibri said.

Dolphins Rookie Deep Dive: Liam Eichenberg

Friday, May 7th, 2021

Travis Wingfield After trading up eight spots in the second round, the Dolphins selected Notre Dame's Liam Eichenberg with the 42nd overall pick and the team's second pick on Day 2 of the NFL Draft. Miami Dolphins Head Coach Brian Flores wants tough guys on his football team. Toughness can be assumed as a prerequisite for lining up in the NFL trenches, but one of the newest Dolphins offensive tackles has visual evidence of how just how far that threshold can extend.

Dolphins Rookie Deep Dive: Hunter Long

Friday, May 7th, 2021

With a degree in computer science, the ability to solve a Rubik's cube in under a minute and a hobby of assembling PCs in his spare time, Hunter Long is a modern-day Renaissance man. He also led all FBS tight ends with 57 receptions in 2020, the second-most by a tight end in program history, proving he matches his brains with his brawn. The Dolphins selected former Boston College tight end in the third round, with the 81st pick, in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Kelly: Dolphins are seemingly doubling down on confidence in Myles Gaskin

Friday, May 7th, 2021

Don’t be surprised if Gaskin, who rushed for 584 on 142 carries and caught 41 passes for 388 yards, pulls off a sequel this season, even if the Dolphins add a veteran tailback like Le’Veon Bell, Kerryon Johnson or Duke Johnson to the team’s stable of backs, which now includes free agent addition Malcolm Brown, and Gerrid Doaks, a former Cincinnati standout Miami drafted in the seventh round.

Nick Saban needs to quit blaming Dolphins’ doctors for Drew Brees

Friday, May 7th, 2021

Fifteen years after the fact, former Dolphins coach Nick Saban remains miffed that Dolphins doctors deemed the shoulder of quarterback Drew Brees unfit for NFL competition. (We probably could have ended that sentence after the word “miffed.”) Those same doctors nevertheless embraced the prospect of sending a second-round pick to the Vikings for quarterback Daunte [more]

Devin McCourty Shares Reaction To Jason McCourty Joining Dolphins

Thursday, May 6th, 2021

It won’t be the first time they’ve been on opposite sidelines, but Jason and Devin McCourty are being separated once again. Jason, the veteran cornerback, reportedly signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins on Monday after three years with his twin brother and the New England Patriots. The McCourtys won a Super Bowl together in 2018, but from the looks of it, Devin hoped to try for one more.

NFL rumors: Patriots free agent Jason McCourty to sign with Dolphins

Thursday, May 6th, 2021

Jason McCourty's three-year run with the Patriots is over after the veteran cornerback signed a one-year free agent contract with the Dolphins.

Dolphins facing a financial decision. Another tight end added, running back options emerge

Thursday, May 6th, 2021

If the Miami Dolphins move ahead with on-field voluntary practices beginning May 24 — and that appears to be the plan — nearly a dozen Dolphins with workout bonuses face an interesting decision:

The Splash Zone 5/6/21: Setting Tua Tagovailoa Up For Success

Thursday, May 6th, 2021

Adding those two to the receiver room creates a whole new dynamic for the Dolphins offense. With an up and down rookie season, Tua should feel more confident heading into year 2 with his new receivers and offensive scheme. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.

Phinsider Question Of The Day-What Do You Think Will Happen If Edition 05/05/2021

Wednesday, May 5th, 2021

Will the Dolphins give him more than just this season to prove he's the guy or if he has another season where he struggles at times in a glaring fashion as he did last season will that be it for him? Will, they then seek to move on and draft his replacement or will they give him one more year after this one to prove something since most have written off last season as coming off a very serious injury? Will his possible lack of progression then even possibly cost Brian Flores his job?