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WR Albert Wilson, more than meets the eye

The Miami Dolphins will sign Albert Wilson to a three-year, $24 million contract. The speedy 25-year old receiver will be asked to fill the...

Dolphins expected to cut Ndamukong Suh

The Miami Dolphins must give themselves more cap room heading into the new league year and according to ESPN’s Jeff Darlington, it appears they’ll...

Miami Dolphins trade receiver Jarvis Landry to the Cleveland Browns for...

Jarvis Landry gave Miami his heart and soul during his first four seasons in the NFL, and in the end -- it didn’t matter....

Potential Miami draft target Antonio Callaway says troubles are behind him

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoPOHdNuj4w] Wide receiver Antonio Callaway had his career at Florida cut short, as he did not play a down for the Gators in 2017....

Jarvis Landry reportedly given permission to seek trade

INDIANAPOLIS — According to NFL Network’s Ian Rappaport, the Miami Dolphins have given Jarvis Landry’s representatives permission to seek a trade. Sources: The #Dolphins have...

Miami Dolphins place franchise tag on Jarvis Landry

The Miami Dolphins announced on Tuesday evening that they officially placed the franchise tag on wide receiver Jarvis Landry. The four-year veteran will cost...

Draft eligible slot WRs who could potentially replace Jarvis Landry

Unless the Miami Dolphins can agree with Jarvis Landry and his representation on a long-term deal in the next month, he will indeed become...

Dolphins unsuccessful in spoiler role in loss to Bills

The Miami Dolphins’ dreadful 2017 comes to a close with a 22-16 loss to the Buffalo Bills. With the win, Buffalo completed its season...

Dolphins Unable To Contain Tyrod Taylor In Loss To Bills

The Miami Dolphins had hopes of reaching .500 coming into today’s contest against the Buffalo Bills, but instead, Miami fell to 6-8 following its 24-13 loss to the Buffalo Bills at New Era field.

Adam Gase Wishes To Expand On Packages With Dolphins’ Versatile Playmakers

DAVIE – It took the Miami Dolphins’ coaching staff 14 weeks to finally employ personnel packages they’d plan to utilize since the onset of the 2017 season. When they finally did elect to take advantage of their players’ versatility they didn’t disappoint.
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