Kyle Van Noy, the Dolphins’ $51 million man, made a $51 million play Thursday night.
by: Barry Jackson and Adam H. Beasley — Miami Herald: Sports Buzz 23 Sep
A six-pack of Miami Dolphins notes on a Wednesday:
by: Armando Salguero Columnist — Miami Herald: Dolphins In Depth 22 Sep
Next Gen Stats keeps a remarkable metric for measuring a pass rusher’s average pressure distance from the quarterback he’s chasing at the time of the passer throws the football or a sack happens.
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald 21 Sep
On paper, cornerback was supposed to be a strength of these 2020 Miami Dolphins.
by: CHUCK POLLOCK Olean Times Herald — Olean Times Herald 21 Sep
Notes from the Bills’ 31-28 win over the Dolphins on Sunday afternoon at Hard Rock Stadium:
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald 18 Sep
The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills will be without a combined three starting linebackers when the teams meet Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium.
by: Omar Kelly — Sun-Sentinel 18 Sep
Dolphins starting linebacker Elandon Roberts is in the second stage of the NFL's concussion protocol, which allowed him to return to practice on Friday. But Roberts hasn't been cleared to play in Sunday's home opener against the Buffalo Bills.
Dolphins exploring options to replace linebacker Elandon Roberts - South Florida Sun Sentinel - South Florida Sun-Sentinel
by: Omar Kelly — Sun-Sentinel 17 Sep
With Elandon Roberts in the NFL concussion protocol program the Dolphins have to prepare to find a replacement for the team's starting inside linebacker if he doesn't get cleared to play before Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills.
by: Cameron Wolfe, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN: NFL Nation 15 Sep
Opposing QB Cam Newton rushed 15 times for 75 yards against Miami. Can the game plan be adjusted to keep Buffalo's Josh Allen from going on the run?
by: Armando Salguero Columnist — Miami Herald 15 Sep
The New England Patriots opened Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins in 12 personnel. That means the home team began the game with what looked like a two-tight end formation even though one of those eligible ends was actually guard Michael Onwenu.
by: N/A — NFL: Miami Dolphins 14 Sep
The Top 25 photos from Dolphins-Patriots.