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The Splash Zone 7/26/16: Dolphins Training Camp On The Horizon

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Training camp is right around the corner folks! Dolphin coaches reported back to work yesterday and the official day for the team is this Friday. Last year was supposed to be a great season after the addition of Ndamukong Suh, but we all know how things worked out. Fast forward to now and the Dolphins have a new coaching staff with a ton of potential. Ryan Tannehill finally has a coach that has his back and there are going to be a ton of...

Countdown to training camp: Will Dolphins' defensive line be a game-changing unit? Analysis

Editor's note: With the start of Dolphins' training camp seven days away, the Sun Sentinel takes a look at some of the team's top storylines on the eve of the 2016 season. Today, Dolphins beat writer Chris Perkins tackles whether the d-line, mainly defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and defensive ends...
The Phinsider Jul 15, 2016

Von Miller agrees to contract with Broncos, surpasses Ndamukong Suh deal

The Denver Broncos and Von Miller ended an ugly back-and-forth over the team’s use of the franchise tag on their pass rusher by coming to terms on a new contract hours before the July 15 deadline. If the deal had not been reached before 4pm on Friday, no long-term contract could have been negotiated between the two sides, with Miller either having to play out the season on the franchise tag, or choose to sit out the year. Miller’s deal is reportedly a six-year deal worth $114.5 million with $70 million guaranteed. Both the total value and the guaranteed money exceeded the six-year,...
Bucs Nation Jul 15, 2016

Von Miller’s contract sets the market at $19 million per year

Von Miller just became the highest-paid defensive player in the league, signing a six-year, $114.5 million contract with $70 million in guarantees, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post. Miller will get $25 million in the first year, and the first three years are effectively fully guaranteed. While Miller is now the highest-paid defensive player of the year, it’s not by a massive margin. He’s getting paid only a little more than Ndamukong Suh, though the latter at least hit the open market. That’s still two million per year ahead of any other defensive player, and Miller and Suh...

5 most important Miami Dolphins defensive players entering 2016 season

To say that the Miami Dolphins’ defense underperformed in 2015 would be an Ndamukong Suh-sized understatement. Defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle paid for the defense’s poor play with his job. With training camp set to begin later ...
Pride Of Detroit Jul 11, 2016

A'Shawn Robinson: Best, worst and most realistic scenarios

What are the best, worst and most realistic scenarios for A'Shawn Robinson? The Detroit Lions were in need of a tough defensive tackle to help fill out their line after the losses of Ndamukong Suh and Nick Fairley. New Lions GM Bob Quinn got what, as of this moment, appears to be a steal in Alabama's A'Shawn Robinson. There's no doubt that A'Shawn was the most exciting pick the Lions made this year. After we learned more about Robinson from our pals over at Roll Bama Roll, it's safe to say we felt the same. Now that the glimmer of the moment has worn off and it's time to get serious, we...
The Phinsider Jul 7, 2016

Can the Dolphins become THE team in Miami again?

The sports landscape in Miami is changing, once again. A long-time football town, Miami has become a basketball city after a decade-plus of mediocrity by the Dolphins and three championships from the Heat. The title of football- or basketball-town could be up for grabs again, however, as the Heat deal with the loss of Dwyane Wade to the Chicago Bulls in free agency this week. Could the Dolphins once again move to the top of the sports-pecking order in Miami? The team has stars in players like Cameron Wake, Ndamukong Suh, Jarvis Landry, Reshad Jones, and Mike Pouncey. They have a...
The Phinsider Jul 5, 2016

Dolphins land among worst DT contracts by PFF...but not for Suh

The Miami Dolphins have become near-mainstays on the various Pro Football Focus worst contracts by position lists, with Jordan Cameron on the tight end list and Mario Williams on the defensive end list. Another Dolphins player landed on the “interior defensive lineman,” which looks at nose tackles, 4-3 defensive tackles, and 3-4 defensive ends, but it may not be the defensive tackle contract you were expecting. The Dolphins signed defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to a 6-year, $114 million contract in the 2015 offseason, making him the highest paid non-quarterback in the league. Suh was...

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  • 8 Ryan Fitzpatrick

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