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It all starts up front

June 08, 2009

Newly acquired center Jake Grove is showing every day why he was the first center drafted back in 2004. Unfortunately for him, the team that drafted him was the notoriously inconstant Oakland Raiders. A slew of head coach firings and quarterback changes are not exactly conducive to helping young players develop their talents. Combine this with an injury-plagued couple of seasons for Grove and i...Read More


Allen locked up for next two years

June 03, 2009

The Dolphins have signed CB Will Allen to a 2-year $16.5 million contract extension. This comes after the Fins selected two highly touted and talented cornerbacks in the 2009 NFL Draft. With this contract extension, the Dolphins have shown that they are committed to building a shut-down cornerback unit centered on the experience of Allen who, at 31, is quite the seasoned veteran. His continued...Read More


Jason Taylor to earn his place

May 20, 2009

Miami Dolphins repatriate Jason Taylor has had arguably a Hall of Fame worthy career, nearly all of which has been with the Miami Dolphins. However, in the Bill Parcells/Tony Sparano era of Dolphins football, all that guarantees Taylor is a chance to compete. Taylor, who will play outside linebacker in the 3-4 scheme, will likely come off the bench to back up Joey Porter and Matt Roth, and will al...Read More


Dolphins Resign FB Polite

May 19, 2009

The Miami Dolphins signed fullback Lousaka Polite to a two year contract this last weekend. Polite was picked up by the team in Week 5 last season after their previous two fullbacks had proven ineffective in the first 5 games. Polite proved himself a highly effective run and pass blocker, and also converted on 6 third and 1 attempts out of 7....Read More


The Dolphins are ready to win now

May 18, 2009

With the re-signing of Jason Taylor, the Dolphins have basically declared that this season will not be used as a rebuilding year, but that instead they have shifted into win-now mode. The return of Taylor means that the Fins now have the most fearsome pass rushing tandem in the league between him and Joey Porter. With new and old talent locking down the perimeter defense, the two sack-men may have...Read More


Undrafted from Small School, Dolphins DT Looks to Make Big Impact

May 14, 2009

As NFL defenses continue the trend towards 3-4 base defensive sets, personnel men around the league agree on one thing: the need for a quality nose tackle to anchor the formation. Since the 3-4 scheme has only one defensive tackle, as opposed to two in the increasingly out of style 4-3 scheme, the nose tackle (the single tackle in the 3-4) is a keystone position. To date the Miami Dolphins lack an...Read More


Jason Taylor Returns to Miami

May 13, 2009

The Miami Dolphins finally made good a month's worth of speculation today as they signed former Defensive Player of the Year Jason Taylor to a 1 year $1.5million contract. Taylor spent 11 years on the Miami Dolphins defensive line before being traded to the Washington Redskins, where he spent only one injury riddled season. The move makes sense for Taylor who, despite having the opportunity to pla...Read More


Rookie Defensive Backs add much needed depth

May 11, 2009

The Dolphins will begin their 2009 regular season by facing three extremely talented quarterbacks in Matt Ryan, Peyton Manning, and Philip Rivers, each capable of picking a defense apart on any given Sunday. Newly drafted DBs Vontae Davis, Sean Smith, and Chris Clemons will bring some serious muscle to the defensive unit. The rookie defensive trio turned heads during their first mini-camp and sh...Read More


Miami Dolphins organization hires new CEO

May 08, 2009

Michael Dee, a front office executive for the Boston Red Sox was hired by the Miami Dolphins as the new CEO of the Dolphins and Landshark Stadium. His role will have little to do with the football aspect, but he will head new initiatives in marketing the team and stadium development. With owner Stephen Ross telling fans recently to expect changes to the Landshark Stadium (formerly Dolphins Stadium...Read More


Dolphins hold first rookie camp

May 07, 2009

As we football maniacs wait with baited breath throughout the doldrums of summer for any news and info about our teams to save us from the monotony of baseball season, we tend to get overhyped about things like spring practice in college and minicamps in the pros. The Dolphins held their first minicamp for the new rookies this past weekend and while we caught glimpses of the young men vying for a...Read More