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The Splash Zone 6/20/18: Dolphins Get All Their Draft Picks Signed

The Splash Zone 6/20/18: Dolphins Get All Their Draft Picks Signed

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 Miami Dolphins have officially signed all of their 2018 draft picks. Tight end Mike Gesicki was the last to sign when he signed his contract on Sunday. The class is led by defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick who will be used like a swiss army knife on defense. Gesicki should be a huge target for Ryan Tannehill in the end zone and hopefully the Dolphins finally figured out the tight end position after the Julius Thomas and...
Jun 19, 2018
90-in-90 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Jason Sanders

90-in-90 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Jason Sanders

This morning’s edition of our annual 90-in-90 series jumps to the first of two kickers on the roster right now, both of whom are rookies hoping to claim a roster spot. This series is an annual look at the Miami Dolphins’ 90-man preseason roster, one each (almost each?) day. We start each article with a look at the player’s performance from the previous year, whether that was in the NFL or in college. Then we take a look at how the player will likely do in 2018, with a glance at both progression and regression. Finally, we look at whether the player will likely make the 53-man regular...
Jun 18, 2018
Dolphins sign second-round draft pick Mike Gesicki

Dolphins sign second-round draft pick Mike Gesicki

All rookies are now under contract It’s official. The Dolphins have signed all of their 2018 draft picks, after signing second-round draft pick Mike Gesicki earlier today. We have signed tight end Mike Gesicki. We have now signed all eight of our 2018 draft picks. pic.twitter.com/HwzbTAs1v5— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) June 18, 2018 The tight end position is one of the most important in Gase’s offense, and having a legit play-maker like Gesicki should be a game changer. It shouldn’t be long before he’s one of Tannehill’s favorite targets, especially in the red...
Jun 18, 2018
2019 NFL Draft Preview: Defensive Ends

2019 NFL Draft Preview: Defensive Ends

I am moving onto the defensive ends in my NFL Draft preview collection and man, there are a lot of big, athletic DEs that could hear their names called very early in the 2019 NFL Draft. Defensive Ends are always my favorite to scout mainly because I played the position for a long time and I respect the prospects that play it at an elite level. I am really looking forward to scouting these guys come September. So, lets dive into this potential class and please let me know in the comments below who we need to keep our eye on this college football season. Nick Bosa, Ohio St. Bosa is...
Jun 18, 2018
Marino Monday: Dolphins defeat the Bills in convincing fashion in 1993

Marino Monday: Dolphins defeat the Bills in convincing fashion in 1993

Dan Marino surpasses Johnny Unitas’ All-Time passing record, in this 1993 victory over the Buffalo Bills Welcome to Marino Mondays! Over the next few months, I’m going to be searching the internet looking for some of the GOAT’s best performances throughout his Hall of Fame career. And although the end result might not always be a Miami Dolphins’ victory, I assure you Marino will look damn good throwing the football. These videos will showcase Marino’s rocket arm. They will show off his ability to move effortlessly around in the pocket. You will have a chance to see his...
Jun 18, 2018
90-in-90 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Tony Lippett

90-in-90 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Tony Lippett

The Phinsider’s annual 90-in-90 series is back today with another in-depth look at the players who are currently vying to make the Miami Dolphins’ 53-man roster. This series of articles takes a look at each individual on the roster, breaking down how they performed in 2017, why they could progress or regress in 2018, and the odds that the player makes the team when the regular season arrives. Thus far through the offseason, we have completed 17 posts, taking a look at wide receiver Leonte Carroo, punter Matt Haack, safety T.J. McDonald, running back Buddy Howell, wide receiver DeVante...
Jun 18, 2018
The Splash Zone 6/18/18: Adam Gase Finally Has His Players

The Splash Zone 6/18/18: Adam Gase Finally Has His Players

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 Miami Dolphins dumped some big name players in Mike Pouncey and Jarvis Landry this offseason. Jay Ajayi was traded during the season and the Dolphins had their reasons for making all these moves. In free agency, they added guys who take every practice seriously and are bookworms with the playbook. Playes such as Frank Gore and Danny Amendola represent what Adam Gase wants from all his players and he is finally molding the...
Jun 17, 2018
90-in-90 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Kenny Stills

90-in-90 Miami Dolphins roster breakdown: Kenny Stills

We get back to our 90-in-90 series this morning, returning to our player-by-player breakdown of the Miami Dolphins’ roster. Each year, we run this series of articles, workin through the 90-man roster for the Dolphins in (around) 90-days. We randomly pick one player from the roster each day, taking a closer look at that one player. Each post starts with a look at how the player did in the preceding season, either with Miami, with their former team, or in college. Then we take a look at reasons why the player could progress or why they could regress. The article then closes with the odds...
Jun 16, 2018
Phinsider Radio - Landry’s hurt feelings, Miami Dolphins training camp preview, players to watch for, and more

Phinsider Radio - Landry’s hurt feelings, Miami Dolphins training camp preview, players to watch for, and more

This week on Phinsider Radio, we talk about Jarvis Landry’s latest comments, training camp battles, players to watch for and more [CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO PHINSIDER RADIO] This week on Phinsider Radio, MC$, Surton the Creepy Soccer Dad and Houtz M.D. talk about a variety of topics as we head into one of the most boring parts of the year – the lull between mini-camps/OTAs and training camp. We kick things off with Jarvis Landry and his latest comments about not having a relationship with Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill. What’s gotten into Landry and was this festering for...
Jun 16, 2018
The Splash Zone 6/16/18: Adam Gase Undecided On Backup Quarterback

The Splash Zone 6/16/18: Adam Gase Undecided On Backup Quarterback

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. David Fales has been having quite an offseason. He was able to showcase his skills in the final game of the 2017 season against the Buffalo Bills, re-signed with the team, and is probably going to be Ryan Tannehill’s backup this year. But Adam Gase is still undecided, course he could just be saying that. Brock Osweiler and Bryce Petty are also vying for that backup spot, but both have been spotty during OTA’s. You can...
Jun 15, 2018
Chicago looks to beat the heat: Bears to wear orange against Miami

Chicago looks to beat the heat: Bears to wear orange against Miami

The Chicago Bears announced on Friday the return of the team’s orange alternate jerseys. The orange jersey white pants look for the Bears was originally used by the team, in the 1930s, then was used as an alternate combination from 2005 through 2009. It now returns for the 2018 season, and the Bears are being smart about when to use the look. Under NFL rules, teams are allowed to use throwback jerseys twice a year - like the Miami Dolphins do with their 1960s/1970s look. The Bears will break it out for their Week 11 home game against the Minnesota Vikings. But, it will make its 2018 debut...
Jun 15, 2018
In The ‘What If’ Debate, Dolphins Have Dodged Some Bullets, Too

In The ‘What If’ Debate, Dolphins Have Dodged Some Bullets, Too

One of the inherent consequences of speculating about ‘what if’ the Miami Dolphins did this, or that, or ‘what if’ we had acquired this player or that player, etc, is that, since the Dolphins have only been to the playoffs twice in the past fifteen seasons or so, and haven’t won a playoff game since January 2001, any such debate or discussion is most likely going to have a negative feel to it. We can go on and on about how they should have drafted Drew Brees, instead of Jamar Fletcher, in 2001, or signed Brees, instead of Daunte Culpepper (a move I strongly agreed with at the...
Jun 15, 2018
The Splash Zone 6/15/18: Ryan Tannehill Has Gotten Better

The Splash Zone 6/15/18: Ryan Tannehill Has Gotten Better

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. Ryan Tannehill has a ton of people to prove wrong, including his former teammate Jarivs Landry. This offseason has been all about Tannehill as everyone was anxious to see the quarterback participate after missing all of last season. During OTA’s, Tannehill impressed coaches, teammates, and reporters. He has been in command of the offense and has been making the throws in practice. The next big step is training camp and the...
Jun 14, 2018
What If: The Dolphins Traded Down Instead of Up in the 2013 NFL Draft?

What If: The Dolphins Traded Down Instead of Up in the 2013 NFL Draft?

Instead of Dion Jordan, how about Kyle Long or Desmond Trufant and retaining our 2nd rounder? Our esteemed leader, Mr. Kevin Nogle dropped the first installment in this series last week. I’m not typically a “what if” kind of guy. I mean, I have 4 kids. Keep it moving. But when it comes to the Miami Dolphins, I have plenty of time to go down the rabbit hole of madness. I’ll admit my bias from the very get-go: I’m a trade-down kind of guy. I believe in the research I’ve seen and I believe in my heart of hearts that, in general, you’re better off trading down. That’s not to...
Jun 14, 2018
Cameron Wake may be the most dedicated and disciplined immortal ever

Cameron Wake may be the most dedicated and disciplined immortal ever

The Miami Dolphins spent much of the last two offseasons rebuilding and redesigning the defense, adding players at every position grouping. Robert Quinn, Davon Godchaux, Vincent Taylor, William Hayes, Raekwon McMillan, Jerome Baker, Stephane Anthony, Cordrea Tankersley, T.J. McDonald, Nate Allen, and Minkah Fitzpatrick have all been added to the roster in the past two offseasons. The rock on the defense through all these changes has been defensive end Cameron Wake, who continues to man the left edge of the defensive line since signing with Miami in 2009 out of the Canadian Football...