DOLPHINS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Dolphins open roster spot by waiving WR Justin Hunter

The Dolphins opened a roster spot today by moving on from Justin Hunter. (Getty Images) CINCINNATI–Justin Hunter’s run with the Dolphins is over after four weeks. The team released him today after two straight weeks of being inactive. Hunter, 25, played in the season opener at Seattle before sitting out against New England and Cleveland. More important than his departure is...
Via The Daily Dolphin
1 hour ago

Miami Dolphins announce four players will not play Thursday night

Tomorrow night the Dolphins will list their inactives ahead of their Thursday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals. There will be four players who already know they won’t be playing. Miami has announced that Arian Foster, groin, Jordan Cameron, concussion, Mike Pouncey, hip, and Koa Misi, neck will all be inactive on Thursday night. Foster […] Miami Dolphins announce four...
Via Phin Phanatic
2 hours ago

Dolphins rule out 4 players against Bengals, including Misi

MIAMI (AP) The Miami Dolphins have ruled out four players for Thursday's game at Cincinnati because of injuries, including linebacker Koa Misi. Center Mike Pouncey (hip), running back Arian Foster (groin) and tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) were also ruled out Wednesday, as expected. Misi is sidelined by a neck injury, and linebacker Jelani Jenkins (groin) is doubtful....
Via Associated Press
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Foster, Cameron, Pouncey, Misi out for Miami

When the Dolphins face the Bengals in Cincinnati on Thursday night, four players will definitely not be playing. Running back Arian Foster (hamstring), tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion), linebacker Koa Misi (neck), and center Mike Pouncey (hip) officially are out for the first game of Week Four. Linebacker Jelani Jenkins (groin) is doubtful, as is…
Via Pro Football Talk
3 hours ago

Dolphins without four starters for Bengals game Thursday nite.

The final injury report of the week for the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals is out and four Miami starters are officially out. Center Mike Pouncey, running back Arian Foster, linebacker Koa Misi and tight end Jordan Cameron will not play Thursday against the Bengals. Backup center Anthony Steen, who has started all three games in place of Pouncey this season, is listed as doubtful...
Via Dolphins In Depth
4 hours ago

Is Tannehill still the long-term answer in Miami?

When the Dolphins hired Adam Gase to coach the team, the assignment came with the understanding that Gase would have the ability to decide based on the 2016 season whether Ryan Tannehill should continue to be the quarterback in 2017 and beyond. So, three games in to Gase’s tenure, how are things going? Armando Salguero…
Via Pro Football Talk
4 hours ago

Miami Dolphins: 5 Questions with a Bengals writer

The Miami Dolphins will travel to Cincinnati on Thursday night for a primetime “color rush” game against the Bengals. What can the Dolphins expect from this game? We asked a member of StripeHype.com for some answers. Shelby Dermer covers the Bengals for our FanSided sister site and had some interesting things to say about what he […] Miami Dolphins: 5 Questions with a Bengals...
Via Phin Phanatic
8 hours ago

Perkins: Believe it, Dolphins punter Matt Darr among team's most productive players | Commentary

 Punters are rarely in, say, the top five of a team’s most productive players, but that’s where Matt Darr ranks with the Dolphins. He’s that good.  In last week’s 30-24 victory against Cleveland, the Dolphins’ first possession of overtime stalled at their own 44-yard line. Enter Darr, who ranks...
Via Miami Dolphins Blog
8 hours ago

Miami Dolphins’ Cam Wake: Walk-off safety ‘something I definitely cherish’

Cam Wake sacks Cincinnati’s Andy Dalton on Halloween 2013, marking only the third time in NFL history a game ended with a walk-off safety in overtime. (Richard Graulich/The Palm Beach Post) Cameron Wake prides himself is always looking forward, whether the situation calls for the next season, next game or next play. Too bad. This week, he was forced to take a glance backward,...
Via The Daily Dolphin
10 hours ago

Miami Dolphins’ Matt Darr nails coffin corner, ‘saved the entire team’

Matt Darr has seven punts inside the 20 and only one touchback this season. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post) One of the most important offensive plays of the overtime victory over Cleveland wasn’t an offensive play at all. Dolphins punter Matt Darr set up Jay Ajayi’s winning 11-yard touchdown run with his 47-yard punt that went out of bounds at the Browns’ 9-yard line...
Via The Daily Dolphin
13 hours ago

Branden Albert likely to be a game-time decision Thursday

The Dolphins may be down to their third-string center against the Bengals on Thursday night, which would make the loss of another starting offensive lineman a tough pill to swallow. It’s one they will have to be prepared for, though. Left tackle Branden Albert missed the team’s walkthrough practice on Tuesday because of an ankle…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago

Perkins: Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill seems beyond criticism from coach Adam Gase | Commentary

 DAVIE – As you listen to coach Adam Gase rail against third-down offense, pass protection, run defense and other elements of the Dolphins you realize there’s one thing he leaves untouched – quarterback play.  Ryan Tannehill has almost been a sacred cow. Gase has spent the last two weeks pointing...
Via Miami Dolphins Blog
1 day ago

Arian Foster not expected to play Thursday vs. Bengals

Arian Foster missed Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns because of a groin injury, and it does not seem likely that he will be able to face the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night, either. Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase hinted to reporters on Monday that Foster will miss at least another game. Gase all but rules Arian Foster out for Thursday. "We're going to make...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins coach Adam Gase annoyed after 1st NFL victory

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Adam Gase's shirt remained dry following his first victory as a head coach because he was hot under the collar. The Miami Dolphins coach was in no mood to celebrate after his team eked out an unsightly 30-24 win Sunday against the woebegone Cleveland Browns. When Jay Ajayi scored the winning touchdown on an 11-yard run with 8:26 left in overtime, Gase...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jarvis Landry borrows Antonio Brown's TD celebration

Jarvis Landry has clearly been watching film of Antonio Brown. First, the Miami Dolphins’ receiver took a page out of A.B.’s book with a brilliant 42-yard catch and run for a touchdown. After that, though, Landry channeled his inner Brown with a leap into the goal post. Jarvis Landry reunited with bae https://t.co/E8YjhrHIMN — ThePostGame.com (@ThePostGame) September...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins' Foster ruled out against Browns with groin injury

MIAMI (AP) Miami Dolphins running back Arian Foster has been ruled out of Sunday's game against Cleveland because of a groin injury. Foster's absence means second-year pro Jay Ajayi will likely make his first NFL start. Rookie Kenyan Drake is also expected to see significant action. Dolphins running backs have netted only 82 yards in the team's first two games, both losses. ...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Arian Foster unlikely to play this week

It did not take long for running back Arian Foster to sustain another injury that could linger beyond one week. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport is reporting that Foster is a “long shot” to suit up in Week 3 against the Cleveland Browns. Foster is reportedly dealing with another groin injury and not practicing. However, there is a chance he could play in Week 4 according to Rapoport...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins S Michael Thomas has received death threats

The entire national anthem protest controversy around the NFL continues to take an ugly turn. On the heels of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick indicating that he’s received death threats, comes this from Miami Dolphins safety Michael Thomas. #Dolphins safety Michael Thomas told @JamesWalkerNFL that he's received death threats for kneeling during the national...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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