10:45 PM EST, Mon January 21, 2019

Hyde: Dolphins' top hires are historic in a way worth noting | Commentary

Let’s explore the Miami Dolphins’ new hires against the backdrop of the NFL’s different landscape. And, by this, I don’t mean explore their comparative reputations, weigh X’s against O’s and forecast if they got it right this time. There will be plenty of Sundays in the coming seasons to decide...
Kevin Nogle / The Phinsider 7 hours ago
Miami Dolphins salary cap 2019: A quick breakdown of the cap and potential cuts

Miami Dolphins salary cap 2019: A quick breakdown of the cap and potential cuts

The Miami Dolphins are focusing on the 2019 season, starting to develop their plan for the offseason including free agency and the NFL Draft. While the team is now stuck waiting until after the Super Bowl to hire New England Patriots linebackers coach Brian Flores as the tenth full-time head coach in Dolphins history, that does not stop the preparations from general manager Chris Grier and the rest of the front office. The Dolphins head into the offseason with the fifth-lowest amount of salary cap space in the league, but they have a clear method to quickly create cap space if they choose....
The Phinsider 8 hours ago
Post AFC/NFC Reactions and Dolphins Update

Post AFC/NFC Reactions and Dolphins Update

Let’s all look at the positive side This is not the Monday I was expecting. If you look online or watch any sports channels, you would see many others agree. How about those AFC/NFC Championship games?! First off, both ended in overtime and both had horrific calls (and missed ones) by supposedly the top (elite) NFL refs. They were good games, but it would have been better if the outcomes were based solely on the better team winning and not questionable, reversed, and/or blatant missed penalties by the refs. With that being said, the LA Rams and the New England Patriots will meet in two...

Football scored by Dolphins in Miami Miracle sells for more than $18k

The football that was carried by running back Kenyan Drake for the winning score in the Miami Dolphins’ miraculous victory against the New England Patriots last month was sold in an online auction on Sunday. After 23 bids during a month-long auction, which began on Dec. 21, the football was sold...

Dolphins expected to hire Patrick Graham as Brian Flores' defensive coordinator

Brian Flores may not be the Miami Dolphins head coach just yet, but that is not stopping him from constructing his potential coaching staff when his hire becomes official. The Dolphins are expected to hire Green Bay Packers defensive assistant Patrick Graham as Flores’ defensive coordinator, according...
ClutchPoints 13 hours ago
Report: Dolphins plan to hire Packers’ Patrick Graham as defensive coordinator

Report: Dolphins plan to hire Packers’ Patrick Graham as defensive coordinator

The Miami Dolphins are expected to hire Green Bay Packers run game coordinator/inside linebackers coach Patrick Graham as their defensive coordinator, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Of course, the Dolphins are not making any hires official right now, as their probable new head coach, New England Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores, is preparing for […] The post Report: Dolphins plan to hire Packers’ Patrick Graham as defensive coordinator appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Kevin Nogle / The Phinsider 14 hours ago
Dolphins to add Packers’ Patrick Graham as defensive coordinator

Dolphins to add Packers’ Patrick Graham as defensive coordinator

The Miami Dolphins are in a holding pattern when it comes to hiring their next head coach and his staff, having to wait until after the Super Bowl to be able to officially add Brian Flores as the team’s top coach. Flores, the New England Patriots’ linebackers coach and defensive play caller - their de facto defensive coordinator despite not having that title - will become the Dolphins’ tenth full-time head coach, and, while he is focused on the Patriots, he is also starting to build a staff. Jim Caldwell, the former Indianapolis Colts and Detroit Lions head coach, has been linked to...
The Phinsider 17 hours ago
The Splash Zone 1/21/19: Minkah Fitzpatrick Would Like To Play One Position

The Splash Zone 1/21/19: Minkah Fitzpatrick Would Like To Play One Position

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. Minkah Fitzpatrick was all over the field as a rookie. He split time between safety, boundary corner and slot corner. His reasoning might surprise you. Fitzpatrick lost weight so he could play cornerback and be a little quicker to cover wide receivers. Not sure where Brian Flores and his defensive coordinator will decide to put Fitzpatrick next season. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up...

Dolphins, Flores will have to wait until after Super Bowl to finalize deal to be team's new coach

The Miami Dolphins will have to wait at least two more weeks for Brian Flores to be their next head coach. Flores, the de facto defensive coordinator for the New England Patriots, will continue to coach his current team in the Super Bowl after a 37-31 overtime road win over the Kansas City Chiefs...
Kevin Nogle / The Phinsider Jan 20, 2019
Retain, Tag, or Walk? - William Hayes

Retain, Tag, or Walk? - William Hayes

A look at Miami Dolphins defensive end William Hayes ahead of free agency. The AFC Championship and NFC Championship games are today, bringing the NFL season down to just the Pro Bowl and Super Bowl. By the end of today, 30 of the league’s 32 teams will be looking toward the 2019 season, starting with making decisions on their own soon-to-be free agents. Who should they keep? Who should they tag? Who should they allow to walk in free agency? Justin Hier and I are working our way through the Miami Dolphins’ roster, looking at players with expiring contracts and giving you a chance to...
ClutchPoints Jan 20, 2019
Dolphins news: Brian Flores will not decline the Miami head coaching job

Dolphins news: Brian Flores will not decline the Miami head coaching job

New England Patriots linebackers coach Brian Flores will likely become the next coach of the Miami Dolphins in the next few weeks. Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports that a “zero point percent zero” chance exists that Flores will tell the Dolphins “thanks but no thanks” after this Sunday or two Sundays later. […] The post Dolphins news: Brian Flores will not decline the Miami head coaching job appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Phinsider Jan 20, 2019
The Splash Zone 1/20/19: No Chance Brian Flores Leaves The Dolphins At The Altar

The Splash Zone 1/20/19: No Chance Brian Flores Leaves The Dolphins At The Altar

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. Brian Flores is not expected to pull a Josh McDaniels. Last year, McDaniels accepted the Indianapolis Colts job, put together a staff and then decided to change his mind and stay with the Patriots. For the past week, it’s been reported that Flores will be the next Dolphins head coach and he will take the job and not pull a move like his offensive co-worker. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s...

Hyde: How much will incoming Dolphins coach Brian Flores embrace The Patriot Way? | Commentary

Over the last week, I’ve heard the same question with the same uncertainty about soon-to-be Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores. No one knows Flores or his ideas. But the question is always the same: What balance will Flores strike between emulating Bill Belichick, the only NFL boss he’s known, and...
Kevin Nogle / The Phinsider Jan 19, 2019
‘Zero point zero’ percent chance Brian Flores backs out of Dolphins head coach position

‘Zero point zero’ percent chance Brian Flores backs out of Dolphins head coach position

During the 2018 offseason, the Indianapolis Colts announced Josh McDaniels as their next head coach. They scheduled their introductory press conference for McDaniels and everything seemed set. Then the New England Patriots offensive coordinator changed his mind, despite his assistant coaches already having been hired by the Colts, and he stayed with the Patriots, throwing the Colts into an upheaval as they suddenly lost the coach they thought they had locked up. The McDaniels reversal was similar to New England’s head coach Bill Belichick’s surprise resignation from the New York Jets...
The Phinsider Jan 19, 2019
The Splash Zone 1/19/19: Brian Flores Will Have Plenty Of Assignments

The Splash Zone 1/19/19: Brian Flores Will Have Plenty Of Assignments

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. Brian Flores will be taking over for a team going through a rebuild and a team that has plenty of issues to fix. The big one being the quarterback position. If Flores hopes to stick around for awhile, he is going to have to work closely with Chris Grier to find a franchise quarterback in this years draft or next years. He will also be tasked with trying to find a way to fix a bad defensive unit. Flores is expected to bring some...

Dolphins Player News

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    Kenyan Drake

    Football scored by Dolphins in Miami Miracle sells for more than $18k

  • 1 Minkah Fitzpatrick

    Minkah Fitzpatrick

    The Splash Zone 1/21/19: Minkah Fitzpatrick Would Like To Play One Position

  • Ryan Tannehill

    Ryan Tannehill

    Bengals listed as a potential landing spot for Nick Foles

  • Xavien Howard

    Xavien Howard

    Dolphins' Xavien Howard, Jason Sanders honored by Pro Football Writers of America

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    Frank Gore

    Rams do something not done since Kaepernick, Gore and the 2012 49ers

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