New England Patriots QB Tom Brady plays in the Super Bowl often. (AP Photo/Gregory Payan) PHOENIX — The owner of the New England Patriots, a man named Robert Kraft, said this week that his quarterback, a man named Tom Brady, may play another six or seven years.
South Beach has a lot of distractions for NFL players. (Getty Images) PHOENIX—The Dolphins have an extensive criteria for evaluating NFL Draft prospects—few things carry more weight than the medical evaluation—but one component of their process differs from, say, the Lions.
Jarvis Landry has one year left on his contract. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) PHOENIX—The Dolphins have had months to get an extension done for top wide receiver Jarvis Landry, who is entering the last season of his contract, and they haven’t expressed much optimism publicly that it will happen.
Tannehill was having a career year prior to the injury. (Bill Ingram/The Post) PHOENIX—Everything about Ryan Tannehill’s recovery from his knee injury has been promising for the Dolphins, and coach Adam Gase said he’s already doing his usual offseason training routine.
Stephen Ross was the only owner to vote against the Raiders’ move to Las Vegas. (Getty Images) PHOENIX—Dolphins owner Stephen Ross doesn’t necessarily object to the Raiders wanting to move to Las Vegas, but didn’t see sufficient effort by their organization to make it work in Oakland.
It doesn’t sound like Dion Jordan is in the Miami Dolphins’ plans. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) PHOENIX — Miami Dolphins Executive Vice President Mike Tannenbaum was given three opportunities on Monday to say defensive end Dion Jordan is in the team’s future plans.
Johnathan Hankins is among the best defensive tackles still available. (Getty Images) If the Dolphins aren’t ready to install Jordan Phillips as their new starting defensive tackle–maybe they are–they still have options available in free agency.
First, imagine Isaac Asiata. He’s an imposing 6-foot-3, 323-pound offensive lineman who looks strong enough to wrestle a black bear. Now picture him gracefully slicing down the side of a mountain on a snowboard. Graceful might not be the perfect adjective for him, but still. “I wasn’t really that great at it, but I was good enough,” Asiata said. “There’s no point...
The Bengals cut Rey Maualuga today. (Getty Images) The Dolphins are still looking for another starting linebacker–Neville Hewitt would be the presumptive starter next to Kiko Alonso and Lawrence Timmons at this point–and a proven one became available today.
This looks like the group the Dolphins are sticking with for the next few seasons, like it or not. The men running this team were impressed enough by what they saw over the past year to push forward with multi-year contracts for Andre Branch, Kenny Stills, Kiko Alonso and Reshad Jones this month. That gives Miami 18 starters signed for at least the next two seasons. Obviously NFL contracts are tenuous...
Colin Kaepernick is arguably the best QB still available. (Getty Images) The Dolphins were better positioned than most teams would be when starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill went down with a knee injury late last season.
Linebacker Kiko Alonso breaks up a pass intended for Antonio Gates. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images) The Miami Dolphins and linebacker Kiko Alonso have reached a four-year deal with Kiko Alonso, the club announced.
Trey Hendrickson’s confidence that he’ll make it as a professional football player is rooted more in his desire than this talent. He has deep conviction that he’ll outwork any player in this year’s draft class as he wills his way to an NFL career. “Not a lot of people love the game like I do,” he said. “Hard work and dedication and love for the game&mdash...
Is free agent Zach Brown looking to escape older weather? (Getty Images) It’s hard to know what this means, but free agent linebacker Zach Brown signed a contract with Miami-based agency CSE during his visit with the Miami Dolphins.
Very few people thought this was a good idea for Josh Malone, and he’s adamant about showing he knew what he was doing. Malone had a fine junior year at the University of Tennessee, but not good enough by most standards to leave early for the NFL Draft. When the league’s advisory committee expressed that to him by recommending he stay in school, that only seemed to motivate him more. Several...
Jelani Jenkins could never get healthy in 2016. He’s taking his talents West. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Jelani Jenkins has signed with the Oakland Raiders, the club announced.
Is this enough? (Getty Images) The Dolphins made their way to the playoffs last season for the first time in eight years, a brilliant accomplishment after a 1-4 start and a 6-10 record the year before, and that feat automatically raises expectations for 2017.
The Dolphins recently added Pittsburgh linebacker Lawrence Timmons. (Getty Images) The first day of spring in Davie is Monday and that can serve as a reminder that we’re a bit closer to the NFL Draft, a bit closer to training camp and a bit closer to the start of the 2017 NFL season.