The Cleveland Browns are in town as the Dolphins look to improve their 34-15-1 record in home openers.
Breaking down the Dolphins-Browns matchup.
Dolphins tight Jordan Cameron says it’s just another game because there’s been so much turnover for the Browns since he last played with them in 2014.
Running back Arian Foster (groin) and center Mike Pouncey (hip) both were declared out after not practicing all week.
Head Coach Adam Gase said that with Arian Foster ruled out of the game, he didn’t know which of the other four running backs on the roster would get the start.
Read Playbook, the official game program of the Miami Dolphins, prior to Sunday's regular season home opener against the Cleveland Browns at Hard Rock Stadium.
We ask five questions with Clevelandbrowns.com Senior Writer Andrew Gribble to learn more about this week’s opponent.
Read what Browns players and coaches said about the Dolphins.
Here are five keys for the Dolphins to defeat the Cleveland Browns on Sunday in the home opener at Hard Rock Stadium.
The Dolphins feel to a man they are better than they have played. On Sunday against the Browns, they get to prove it.
The Dolphins safety has always made an impact on special teams, but this year he has taken it to another level.
Defensive end Jason Jones appears on the report as limited with an ankle injury.
Jarvis Landry leads the league through two weeks with 17 receptions, one more than Stefon Diggs of the Minnesota Vikings.