Dolphins Rally to Make it Six in a Row

The one thing that had been missing from the Miami Dolphins winning streak had been a down-to-the-wire victory, so they added that to their resume Sunday. Duke Johnson scored two touchdowns after being elevated from the practice squad and the defense turned up the heat in the second half to produce a 31-24 victory against the New York Jets at Hard Rock Stadium.

Breaking Down the Dolphins-Jets Week 15 Inactives

Following the early-morning news that safety Jevon Holland would not play against the New York Jets, there was better news in terms of the players listed as questionable for the game at Hard Rock Stadium. Two of the three players listed as questionable, special teams captain Clayton Fejedelem and starting...

Miami Dolphins could make a jump in playoff chase with win today

The Miami Dolphins have to take care of their own business and let the fanbase worry about the playoff scenarios where they could take a step forward. The NFL playoffs are five weeks away with four games remaining in the 2021 season. While it might just be one additional game this year, it seems longer and no fans are complaining!
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Urban Meyer and the Dolphins Angles

The big story around the NFL this week besides all the positive COVID-19 tests popping up and players being sidelined, involved the firing of head coach Urban Meyer by the Jacksonville Jaguars with four games left in his first season at the helm. The firing came hours after former kicker...

Jets Inactives vs. Dolphins: George Fant and Two Surprises

As expected, Jets left tackle George Fant is inactive on Sunday against the Dolphins. The backup offensive lineman—filling in for the injured Mekhi Becton—didn't practice at all this week, recuperating from a knee injury. In Fant's place, Conor McDermott will likely get the start on Zach Wilson's blind...

Dolphins Keep Making Moves

The status of Miami Dolphins starting center Michael Deiter appeared a bit cloudy last week when he was spotted wearing a walking boot when the team conducted a walk-through during its bye week. There's probably reason not to be concerned about Deiter after the roster move the Dolphins will make...

Roster Moves: Dolphins Awarded LB Munson off Waivers

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have been awarded linebacker Calvin Munson off waivers from New England. Munson has spent parts of three seasons (2019-21) with the Dolphins, including a practice squad stint earlier this season. From 2019-20, he played in 18 games with two starts for Miami, totaling 13 tackles (nine solo) and three special teams (two solo) stops. In 2021, Munson played six games for New England, making three tackles (one solo) and six special teams stops (five solo) before being waived on Dec. 14, 2021. He originally entered the NFL as an undrafted college free agent with the N.Y. Giants on May 11, 2017.

Making Moves in the Secondary

The Miami Dolphins made a couple of transactions Wednesday, both of them involving the secondary but each with a unique significance. The two moves involved the Dolphins elevating safety Sheldrick Redwine from the practice squad as a COVID-19 replacement and signing former Las Vegas Raiders cornerback Damon Arnette to the practice squad.

The Dolphins' Pro Bowl Possibilities

Despite there being four games left in the 2021 NFL regular season, we're down to the last week of fan voting for the Pro Bowl and less than a week away from the AFC and NFC rosters being revealed. The Miami Dolphins surprisingly had only one selection for the Pro...

Dolphins determined to run the ball despite being razor thin in backfield

One area where the Miami Dolphins have exhibited a stark change in philosophy during their five-game winning streak is in the running game and the sheer abundance of times attempting to run. The Dolphins have shown a commitment to the run, averaging 28 carries a game in the past five outings. That’s up significantly from instances during the seven-game losing streak where they ran 16 times ...

Miami Dolphins popularity overseas continues to grow, and they own Brazil

The Miami Dolphins have always been a popular football team and that is very apparent when looking at the overseas market where Dolphins fans are plentiful. Go to a MetLife Takeover event and you will inevitably run into many fans who are from around the globe. Personally, I have met fans from Mexico, Germany, and even way down under in Australia. In fact, it is not uncommon to meet foreign fans at Hard Rock Stadium.

PRESS RELEASE: Miami Dolphins Granted Access to International Home Marketing Areas in Brazil, United Kingdom and Spain

Miami Gardens, FL – Following ratification by the International Committee today, the NFL announced that the Miami Dolphins have been granted access to three International Home Marketing Areas (IHMA) across Brazil, United Kingdom and Spain. This ground-breaking, new initiative grants clubs access to international territories for marketing, fan engagement and commercialization as part of an important, long-term, strategic effort to enable clubs to build their global brands while driving NFL fan growth internationally.