by: ARTHUR ARKUSH — Pro Football Weekly 12 Jun
8-8 campaign might not save Gase in Miami, but it's all 'over' bettors need from Dolphins
by: Jared Dubin — CBS Sports 10 Jun
Thomas is headed into the final year of a deal with the Seahawks he feels is not commensurate with his talent
by: Jason Lieser — Palm Beach Post: The Daily Dolphin 9 Jun
DAVIE — It’ll take months, if not a year or two, for the Dolphins to find out exactly what they have in this year’s NFL Draft class. But the rookies’ early work has been impressive. First-rounder Minkah Fitzpatrick has gotten great reviews all around and.
by: Jason Lieser — Palm Beach Post: The Daily Dolphin 8 Jun
DAVIE — Everyone in the Dolphins organization has been impressed by rookie safety Minkah Fitzpatrick over his first month or so as a pro. His teammates in the secondary and Miami’s coaching staff have said he’s as good as advertised coming out of Alabama,
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald: Sports Buzz 7 Jun
A six-pack of Dolphins notes, including the situation at cornerback, whether linebacker Raekwon McMillan will be used on special teams, practice highlights and the Danny Amendola/Albert Wilson starting question at receiver.
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald 7 Jun
A look at some players who have had some very good moments in offseason work
by: Omar Kelly — Sun-Sentinel 6 Jun
Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso was held out of Wednesday's minicamp session, and that provided some reserves a larger opportunity to showcase themselves.
by: Alain Poupart — NFL: Miami Dolphins 6 Jun
The Dolphins are now almost done signing their 2018 draft class. Safety Reshad Jones also had an interception, which came after T.J. McDonald tipped a pass. It felt great.
by: The Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 5 Jun
Two weeks into the Miami Dolphins' offseason practice regimen, first-round draft pick Minkah Fitzpatrick's running tally of interceptions is underway. Every DB counts them,'' Fitzpatrick said with a laugh after Tuesday's workout. Contact drills won't...
by: Hal Habib — Palm Beach Post: The Daily Dolphin 5 Jun
DAVIE — The word following the NFL Draft was that if there was one thing the Dolphins could be assured of, it’s that first-round pick Minkah Fitzpatrick wouldn’t need anyone lighting a fire under him. His work ethic at Alabama was held in that much esteem
by: Omar Kelly — Sun-Sentinel 5 Jun
Miami Dolphins rookie safety Minkah Fitzpatrick, who was Miami's 2018 first-round pick, leads the defense with two interceptions, His performance, study habits and work ethic are helping him win over his coaches and teammates.
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