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The Splash Zone 1/28/20: Zach Thomas Deserves The Hall Of Fame

The Splash Zone 1/28/20: Zach Thomas Deserves The Hall Of Fame

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. The day before the Super Bowl, 5 out of the 15 modern-era players will be chosen to receive their gold jackets and be etched into NFL history. 5 players will be selected for the 2020 Hall of Fame class and among them is former star linebacker, Zach Thomas. The former Dolphin averaged 136 tackles per season and his stats are very comparable to Brian Urlacher, who is in the Hall of Fame. I am sure every Dolphin fan will be...
The Phinsider 9 hours ago
Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 01/27/2020

Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 01/27/2020

Photo by Alika Jenner/ Tonight’s Phinsider Question Of The Day is what is your preference for your Miami Dolphins to find their next franchise quarterback? They have now been linked to a few guys and the more the team talks about a certain guy the less I assume they are actually going to try and pick him or move up to pick him based on recent history of this team. Teams in general avoid talking up any guy that they really want for obvious reasons. So who should they go after and what would you be willing to pay in draft equity in order to move up for “your” guy if that’s what it...
The Phinsider Jan 26, 2020
NFL Mock Draft Season Positional Report: Miami Dolphins Interior Defensive Linemen

NFL Mock Draft Season Positional Report: Miami Dolphins Interior Defensive Linemen

Photo by Justin K. Aller/ A reverse look at the importance of what is needed for the Miami Dolphins this April So far we have dipped our collective toes and fins in the waters of April’s NFL Draft needs for the Miami Dolphins. While not all agree, and that is absolutely fine and welcomed, I state these feelings based on a number of factors. Sure we can all agree that what happens in NFL war rooms are known in main specifics to only those within those walls. Writers, insiders, bloggers and janitors can hear things, assume things, make predictions and hopefully back those up with some...
The Phinsider Jan 26, 2020
The Splash Zone 1/26/20: Gerald Alexander Hired To Coach Defensive Backs

The Splash Zone 1/26/20: Gerald Alexander Hired To Coach Defensive Backs

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. The Dolphins have a new defensive backs coach and he spent some time with the Dolphins years ago. Back in 2011, Gerald Alexander would appear in two games with the Dolphins and now he will be coaching the defensive backs since Josh Boyer was promoted to defensive coordinator. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Dolphins hire Gerald Alexander as defensive backs coach –...
The Phinsider Jan 25, 2020
Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 01/25/2020

Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 01/25/2020

Photo by Justin K. Aller/ Tonight’s Phinsider Question Of The Day is if you had to go out right now and purchase a new Miami Dolphins jersey of a current player, that we assume will still be on the roster next season, who’s jersey would you purchase? I know this is a hard one with this front office as I feel like with maybe a couple of exceptions, every player is up for trade if they can get the right price in return but it is a business and maybe that’s how it should be. So what’s your choice? As well as this almost nightly post serving as the Phinsider Question Of The Day post...
ClutchPoints Jan 25, 2020
Why the Dolphins should consider trading up from the No. 5 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft

Why the Dolphins should consider trading up from the No. 5 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft

Before the 2019 season, many assumed that the Miami Dolphins would own the first-overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and they’d be selecting Tua Tagovailoa. Instead, the Dolphins exceeded their expectations and have the No. 5 overall pick in the draft. In Brian Flores’ first year as the head coach, Miami finished with a […] The post Why the Dolphins should consider trading up from the No. 5 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Kevin Nogle / The Phinsider Jan 24, 2020
Dolphins hire Gerald Alexander as defensive backs coach

Dolphins hire Gerald Alexander as defensive backs coach

Photo by Joel Auerbach/ The Miami Dolphins have named Gerald Alexander the team’s defensive backs coach, according to a report from Fox Sports Radio host George Wrightster III. The move adds another piece to a shuffled coaching staff as Brian Flores moves from his first year as the team’s head coach into his second. Alexander, who appeared in two games for the Dolphins in 2011 as a safety, has been the defensive backs coach at California since 2017. He also has had coaching stints with Montana State (2016, defensive backs), the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2016, intern), Indiana State...
Kevin Nogle / The Phinsider Jan 24, 2020
2020 Mock Draft Database 1.0: Miami Dolphins first round picks from around the web

2020 Mock Draft Database 1.0: Miami Dolphins first round picks from around the web

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports The 2020 NFL Draft is still three months away, but the internet is teeming with projections of the first round. The 2020 NFL Mock Draft season is well underway, with everyone trying to put together their guess as to how the first round will unfold. Some sites try to project trades while others do not allow trades to happen as they are a wildcard that can throw off the entire process. Whatever the case, we try to keep you up-to-date on the latest mock draft projections for the Miami Dolphins with one simple database. Usually, the database is fairly simple - a...
The Phinsider Jan 24, 2020
NFL Mock Draft Season Positional Report - Linebackers

NFL Mock Draft Season Positional Report - Linebackers

Photo by Mark Brown/ A reverse look at the importance of what is needed for the Miami Dolphins this April This series started with a look at the wide receiver group for the Miami Dolphins as a position of strength for the team. While this is an organization that needs talent in all areas of the 53-man roster, and that valuable practice squad (ask Nik Needham), it is when and where that talent is brought in that holds paramount importance. With a unique and laser focus on the top six Miami Dolphins NFL Draft picks this upcoming draft in Las Vegas, it’s key to look where this team is...
The Phinsider Jan 24, 2020
Phinsider Radio: What QB will the Miami Dolphins select in the 2020 NFL Draft?

Phinsider Radio: What QB will the Miami Dolphins select in the 2020 NFL Draft?

Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports Tua Tagovailoa? Jordan Love? Justin Herbert? As we head into the most important offseason in Miami Dolphins history, Matthew Cannata (@CannataPFN) and myself (@Houtz) will bring you the latest Dolphins news and analysis that you won’t find ANYWHERE else. Enjoy! #FinsUp! (Just click the link right above and enjoy — and don’t forget to hit that subscribe button!) In this episode of Phinsider Radio, Matthew Cannata and I bring you the latest from Mobile, Alabama, and the latest happenings at the 2020 Senior Bowl. What are draft analysts Tony Pauline and...
The Phinsider Jan 24, 2020
The Splash Zone 1/24/20: Dolphins Have The Ammunition To Trade Up If They Wanted To

The Splash Zone 1/24/20: Dolphins Have The Ammunition To Trade Up If They Wanted To

Photo by Mark Brown/ 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. Chris Grier stated in a recent interview that he had more than enough ammunition to trade up in the draft. “But if the Dolphins had tanked right, they wouldn’t have had to trade up at all” is probably what some people are saying. But it didn’t work out that way as Brian Flores got this team to overachieve and managed to get five wins out of a constantly changing roster. Perhaps they will trade up...
The Phinsider Jan 23, 2020
Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 01/23/2020

Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 01/23/2020

Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Tonight’s Phinsider Question Of The Day is will you be watching the 2020 version of the NFL’s Pro Bowl from Orlando Florida this year? Do you watch every year no matter what or do you have little to no interest in a game that does not feature any players from the Miami Dolphins or do you not bother to watch it at all no matter what? Do you watch to root for other players that you like or perhaps former Phins players? Maybe you even attend the Pro Bowl now that it’s close to much of the Dolphins fan base being held in...
The Phinsider Jan 23, 2020
Retain, Tag, or Let Walk? - Trevor Davis

Retain, Tag, or Let Walk? - Trevor Davis

It’s free agency season! Who stays and who goes? It’s time for part four of everyone’s favorite annual offseason series here at The Phinsider! Until NFL free agency opens on March 18th, myself and the esteemed Phinsider staff will be reviewing impending free agents on the Miami Dolphins roster and will evaluate whether or not the team should retain them, tag them, or let them walk. When front offices decide how to handle their list of free agents, they take a variety of factors into account, including age, production, and value, so we will be doing the same. Today, we continue with...
Kevin Nogle / The Phinsider Jan 23, 2020
Dolphins have ‘more than enough’ assets to trade up in 2020 NFL Draft

Dolphins have ‘more than enough’ assets to trade up in 2020 NFL Draft

Photo by Joel Auerbach/ The Miami Dolphins have three first round picks in the 2020 NFL Draft and are widely considered in position to select Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. There are rumors, however, that the Dolphins could look to move up to the first-overall selection in an effort to pick LSU quarterback Joe Burrow or to the third-overall pick in order to ensure they land Tagovailoa. Does Miami have the assets available to make a trade up in April? According to Dolphins general manager Chris Grier, they do. “I think we have more than enough,” he said on Wednesday when asked...
ClutchPoints Jan 23, 2020
Dolphins’ draft capital could mean trading up

Dolphins’ draft capital could mean trading up

The Miami Dolphins are amid a complete rebuild and will have three first-round picks in the 2020 NFL Draft. Among their endless options, Miami could decide to package some of their draft capital and trade up in the draft, according to general manager Chris Grier via the Miami Herald. Heading into the offseason, the Dolphins […] The post Dolphins’ draft capital could mean trading up appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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