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Miami Dolphins: 5 position groups to watch at OTA’s

How will Ryan Tannehill look on the practice field this month? (Getty Images) The Miami Dolphins begin organized team practice activity on Tuesday at the team’s practice facility in Davie.
2017 Miami Dolphins schedule: Team reasonably satisfied with layout

2017 Miami Dolphins schedule: Team reasonably satisfied with layout

The Dolphins return to Wembley Stadium in Week 4. (Getty Images) MIAMI BEACH—Dolphins president Tom Garfinkel likes to say that no team is ever totally happy with its schedule, but he’s not voicing any complaints about what they got this year.

Miami Dolphins cruising through Hard Rock Stadium renovations

A view of Hard Rock Stadium during a game between the Miami Dolphins and the New York Jets in 2016. (Getty Images) MIAMI BEACH—The Dolphins are still doing substantial work on Hard Rock Stadium, but freshening up a few areas is nothing like the construction they undertook while building a roof over much of the seating area last year.
Miami Dolphins plan to give suspended safety T.J. McDonald full reps

Miami Dolphins plan to give suspended safety T.J. McDonald full reps

New Dolphins safety T.J. McDonald presents an interesting challenge for the coaching staff, which was thrilled to land someone of his talent in free agency but knows he’ll miss the first half of the season due to suspension. McDonald was one of the top safeties available this offseason and is expected to compete for a starting job once he’s clear to return. In the meantime, Miami will...
Colin Kaepernick still free agent, Kenny Stills not surprised

Colin Kaepernick still free agent, Kenny Stills not surprised

Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned despite putting up good numbers last year and being under 30. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) MIAMI BEACH—Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills didn’t go too far into his thoughts on controversial quarterback Colin Kaepernick being unable to find a team, but his theory was pretty clear.
Chris Cornell loved the Seahawks; who is the Dolphins’ biggest celebrity fan?

Chris Cornell loved the Seahawks; who is the Dolphins’ biggest celebrity fan?

Chris Cornell, former frontman of Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog, died early Thursday in Detroit at the age of 52.   Cornell's voice, not to mention his bands, were part of the grungy Seattle sound — along with other groups like Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains — that swept the nation in the early 1990s.   But music aside, Cornell loved his hometown...
2017 NFL Draft: Miami Dolphins sign DT Davon Godchaux

2017 NFL Draft: Miami Dolphins sign DT Davon Godchaux

Davon Godchaux (57) signed his rookie contract today. (Getty Images) Another formality is out of the way for the Dolphins after signing draft pick Davon Godchaux to his rookie deal today.
Miami Dolphins’ Ndamukong Suh to mentor Davon Godchaux, Vincent Taylor

Miami Dolphins’ Ndamukong Suh to mentor Davon Godchaux, Vincent Taylor

The Dolphins’ newest defensive tackles are getting ready to take an introductory class on the position taught by Professor Ndamukong Suh. Miami hopes it found instant contributors by drafting Davon Godchoux in the fifth round and Vincent Taylor in the sixth, and those two will have as good of an opportunity to develop as any rookie could imagine. Playing next to Suh, who is routinely double-...
Super Bowl LII odds: How do Dolphins stack up among contenders?

Super Bowl LII odds: How do Dolphins stack up among contenders?

Despite opening weekend being four months away, the NFL is in full throttle preparing for the upcoming season. Every team is deep into its offseason training program, most of the big-name free agents have found a home and the newly picked rookies are settling into their new environments. Last year’s Super Bowl teams, New England and Atlanta, each made significant acquisitions. The upstart Titans...
7 Miami Dolphins with extremely enormous upside

7 Miami Dolphins with extremely enormous upside

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker pulls in a long pass for a first down in the first quarter as San Francisco 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock defends (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post) If the Miami Dolphins were built with balance, they would have young, talented, highly-skilled players with gigantic potential at multiple positions.
Dave George: Concussions not just an NFL problem

Dave George: Concussions not just an NFL problem

It’s not just football. Of course, everyone knows that, or at least everyone who has ever given serious consideration to the long-term consequences of contact sports. At the end, however, of a week in which the degenerative brain issues of Miami Dolphins greats Nick Buoniconti and Jim Kiick have been so sadly spotlighted, it seems important to widen the discussion. There is a reason the American...
Dave George: Some ex-players who, like Cutler, could liven up TV booth

Dave George: Some ex-players who, like Cutler, could liven up TV booth

Jay Cutler, the former Chicago Bears quarterback with the reputation for being pretty sullen and distant on the sidelines, just landed a job with Fox Sports as a color analyst on NFL broadcasts. If you’re thinking that’s a strange fit, join the club. Cutler himself told the Chicago Tribune, “When I first heard it, I was like, ‘There’s no way in hell I’m doing this...
Doctor says ex-Miami Dolphins legend Jim Kiick ‘has holes in his brain’

Doctor says ex-Miami Dolphins legend Jim Kiick ‘has holes in his brain’

Larry Csonka (left) and Jim Kiick in happier times. Jim Kiick, one-third of the Dolphins’ legendary championship backfield of the 1970s, has “near-definite CTE leading to dementia,” Sports Illustrated is reporting today, citing the diagnosis of NFL-approved neurologist David B.
Dave George: In light of Buoniconti news, doctor struggles for answers

Dave George: In light of Buoniconti news, doctor struggles for answers

Dr. Manuel Gonzalez-Brito has some long and impressive titles at Palm Beach Children’s Hospital, and as the medical director of the pediatric concussion center, he also has a long reach. He’s deep into the research on traumatic brain injury, for instance, and well-versed in all the frightening questions that arise when reading the new Sports Illustrated story on what has become of Nick...
Like former teammate Buoniconti, ex-Dolphin Kiick’s health declining

Like former teammate Buoniconti, ex-Dolphin Kiick’s health declining

Former tight end Marv Fleming, who helps organize reunions of the Dolphins’ championship teams from the 1970s, told The Palm Beach Post on Tuesday that he doesn’t need to see an upcoming Sports Illustrated report on Jim Kiick to know his ex-teammate is enduring serious health problems. SI’s Peter King wrote that his magazine plans to publish a report Wednesday detailing how Kiick...
Report: Dolphins legend Buoniconti’s health progressively failing

Report: Dolphins legend Buoniconti’s health progressively failing

In a story that could crush the romantic notion of the Dolphins’ 17-0 Perfect Season, Sports Illustrated is publishing a report this week revealing the debilitating health of Hall of Fame linebacker Nick Buoniconti, for whom the simplest task of putting on a T-shirt is a challenge. Although Buoniconti’s exact issues have not been diagnosed, the story reveals he has an &ldquo...
Dave George: Dolphins need more consistency from Jakeem Grant

Dave George: Dolphins need more consistency from Jakeem Grant

There’s a wide range of possibilities for Jakeem Grant this summer, from becoming an important change-up option in the Miami Dolphins’ offense to missing the final roster cut altogether. I’ll concentrate on the toxic threat of that second possibility until further notice, and for the moment, it seems that the 5-foot-7 lightning bug with the flickering, on-and-off highlight reel is...
Miami Dolphins K Andrew Franks’ job is safe—for now

Miami Dolphins K Andrew Franks’ job is safe—for now

Andrew Franks has no competition now ,but that will change if he struggles. (Getty Images) DAVIE—At a position where there are always more qualified candidates than job openings, NFL kickers know there’s no such thing as job security.
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