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Fins sign former Houston Texan to four-year contract.
Left side of the line will benefit from addition of ex-Chief.
Offensive tackle traded to San Francisco.
Read a statement from Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross on stadium modernization.
Miami releases veteran cornerback.
Former Detroit Lion brings veteran experience to secondary.
Young quarterback has new offensive coordinator to learn from.
Approximately 400 student athletes participated in the 13-game event. The Jamboree, a follow up to the girls flag football clinic was a great success, as 26 of the top programs from around South Florida played in the annual tune up.
Dolphins’ Pro Bowl cornerback is eager to surpass last season.
Current and former Dolphins share their views on different football topics. In this edition, a pair of wide receivers, Brandon Gibson and Honor Roll member Mark Duper, share their thoughts on their toughest opponents, most memorable career moments and which coaches had the biggest influence on their playing careers.
An analysis of where the Dolphins stand with mini camp over and training camp rapidly approaching.
Father's Day means different things to different people. For Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland it means everything.
The Dolphins defense will have at least four new starters this season and so much of the emphasis centers on creating takeaways
Based on early indications, the Dolphins starting quarterback looks like he’s going to make a huge leap in his second season.
ESPN has ranked Don Shula as the third best head coach in NFL history behind Lombardi and Walsh. But when you look closer, the decision has some serious flaws.
The Dolphins need a new starting running back and right now the competition is too close to call.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Pro Bowl defensive linemen Randy Starks is finalizing a return to the Fins. Read More
The Dolphins wasted no time. They found their left tackle. The most glaring need on this football team has reportedly been filled. Read More
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Miami Dolphins have reportedly agreed to terms with former Houston Texans defensive tackle Earl Mitchell. Read More