The Blitz: Headlines & Highlights Surrounding The Dolphins


Football is officially back. The Miami Dolphins returned to work yesterday and kicked off Training Camp with a solid first practice.

The Dolphins began Training Camp 100% healthy for the first time since 1997.

Adam Gase and the Dolphins will host 27 high school and youth football teams throughout Training Camp in their continued commitment to the development of football in South Florida.

Photo gallery: Dolphins host LaBelle High School at training camp.

Players shrugged off the hot weather and hot takes, telling reporters after practice they are embracing the underdog mentality.


The Dolphins are eager to surprise the League and have the right mindset and pieces to do it.

ESPN's Mike Rodak investigated if the return of Ryan Tannehill and his new weapons can lead the Dolphins to the playoffs.


There isn't a special meaning behind the "Tannehill 2.0" sticker on QB Ryan Tannehill's new knee brace.

GMFB's Nate Burleson didn't hesitate when picking Minkah Fitzpatrick as his preseason favorite to win Defensive Rookie of the Year.

The Dolphins surprised Dol-Fan Charles Bryan with a Ryan Tannehill jersey and other gifts after learning he lost his Miami Dolphins memorabilia in a house fire.

Football Unites, the Dolphins' community initiative, teamed up with N.O.B.L.E. of South Florida to distribute more than 450 backpacks to South Florida children.

The North Carolina Courage and Olympique Lyonnais won the first two International Champion Cup matches of the weekend at Hard Rock Stadium.

2 Chainz will headline ICC's House of Soccer event today at Mana Wynwood.