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Florida News: Adam Gase

Dolphins’ Unique Personnel Groupings On Offense Paved Way For Victory Over...

MIAMI GARDENS – Whether it was Jakeem Grant and Jarvis Landry in the backfield or Kenyan Drake split out wide, the Miami Dolphins made certain to give the New England Patriots a heavy dose of the unexpected.

Kenyan Drake’s running style provides unique challenge for OL

DAVIE – Running back Jay Ajayi possessed a smash-mouth running style that set the tone for the Dolphins’ offense in 2016. Now that he’s...

Rookie DE Cameron Malveaux’s Development Could Shake Up Dolphins’ Perceived Draft...

DAVIE – If Dolphins fans scour the Internet long enough for NFL draft content, they would quickly come to the realization that the general consensus among many publications is that Miami needs another pass rusher.

LB Stephone Anthony earned spot on Dolphins active roster with athleticism

DAVIE – The Miami Dolphins acquired third-year linebacker Stephone Anthony in Sept. from the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a fifth-round draft pick....

Can Drake Change Gase’s Mind On Importance Of A Featured Running...

MIAMI GARDENS – Leading up to the Dolphins Week 13 contest against the Denver Broncos, Dolphins coach Adam Gase made it clear that he prefers the a running-back-by-committee approach.

Cutler Expected To Start For Dolphins vs. Broncos Vaunted Defense

DAVIE – Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler exited Miami’s Week 11 contest with a concussion and was unable to play last week against the New England Patriots. Cutler has emerged from concussion protocol just in time to lead the Dolphins (4-7) and its 30th ranked offense against the Denver Broncos (3-8) who boast the third best defense in the NFL.

Adam Gase Looking For Kenyan Drake To Clean Up Miscues

DAVIE – Dolphins running back Damien Williams left Sunday’s contest against the New England Patriots in the third quarter with a shoulder injury. Miami ran the football just two other times with Kenyan Drake following his departure.

Gase Unsure If Cutler Will Be Available vs. Patriots

DAVIE – Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler was knocked out of Sunday’s game vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and promptly entered concussion protocol. As a result of his second significant injury in five weeks, Gase will have to determine which quarterback will give the Dolphins the best chance to win in Week 12 against the 7-2 New England Patriots.

Trust Is Mutual Between Matt Moore And His Playmakers

MIAMI GARDENS – Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler exited Sunday’s contest against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the end of the second quarter to be evaluated for a concussion and never returned. At this juncture, the Buccaneers had just scored 17 unanswered points, to take a commanding 20-7 lead to end the first half.

Xavien Howard has to trust himself and ‘take chances’

DAVIE – Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard works hard at his craft. He obsessed over his footwork throughout the summer in an effort to get...