Jason Taylor and fellow 2017 Hall of Fame Class members Morten Andersen and Terrell Davis made a visit to Canton, Ohio, at the beginning of the week to visit the place where they will be enshrined Saturday, Aug. 5.
As part of Throwback Thursday, each week a current Dolphins player and a member of the team's alumni, who played the same position, will answer the same questions to show how the game has changed from each of their perspectives. This week, My Generation features defensive ends Andre Branch and Hall of Famer Jason Taylor.
Teams signs offensive lineman and waived/non-football injured a cornerback.
Here’s a rundown of the 16 national mock drafts, along with the comments that accompanied their Dolphins picks.
Miami Dolphins Foundation to Be One of Ten Key Donors Helping To Fund Project
Kickoff set for July 26 at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and ESPNews.
Alonso was a big part of what the Dolphins accomplished in 2016 when they rebounded from a 1-4 start to finish 10-6 and earn a playoff berth.
Alonso started 15 games in 2016 and posted a team-high 115 tackles (69 solo).
The Dolphins made changes to the coaching staff during the offseason. Here are some interesting tidbits about one of the latest additions on the staff, Andre Carter.
The Dolphins didn’t just land a solid run defender when they acquired Hayes from the Los Angeles Rams in a trade last week, they brought in another player who strongly believes in giving back to the community.
For Jermon Bushrod, having a year of experience at guard should make a considerable different in his comfort level.
Bushrod started all 16 games at right guard for the Dolphins in 2016 and helped block for running back Jay Ajayi, who rushed for 1,272 yards, the third-most in a single season in Dolphins history.
The veteran safety joined the Dolphins after spending the past two years with the Oakland Raiders following five seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles.