Returning the helmet to Mike Sparrell inside the Boynton Beach Police headquarters was Hall of Famer Larry Little, one of the seven members of the 1972 Dolphins teams whose signature was on the helmet.
The Dolphins presented a check Wednesday afternoon to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami in the amount of $5.06 million, the largest single event donation an NFL franchise has ever presented to a charity.
We play five questions with Pro Bowl offensive tackle Branden Albert.
Picking the starting five on the offensive line won’t be an easy decision for Head Coach Adam Gase and his staff because the Dolphins find themselves with a lot of viable options, with more qualified players than available spots
We play five questions with wide receiver Griff Whalen.
The team is using a "Wide 9 defense," which actually isn’t so much a scheme as it is an alignment within a scheme.
We play five questions with Pro Bowl offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod.
Three-day event featured on-field action and a symposium led by Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE).
The first day of the youth tournament featured three different age groups with a total of 32 teams competing in the youth tournament.
The Dolphins Academy 7on7 symposium, which included sessions led by the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE), helped educate the student-athletes and assists them to become better peopl
The youth tournament, featuring three different age groups (10U, 12U, 14U), will begin Saturday at 1 p.m., also at Central Park. A total of 32 teams will compete in the youth tournament, and three champions will be crowned.
The OneOrlando Fund was formed by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer to directly support victims’ families and survivors.
We play five questions with Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake.