Dolphins Rumors & News

  • Could Jarvis Landry be the Cowboys solution to the Dez Bryant problem?

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "It’s time to get the NFL’s silly season started just a bit early. Last week, Miami Dolphins wide receiver and pending free-agent Jarvis Landry made it well-known that he wants to be paid as one of the NFL’s top pass catchers. He also said the franchise’s initial offer was..." January 22

  • Dolphins OC Dowell Loggains looks to make QB Ryan Tannehill a star

    Palm Beach Post "Ryan Tannehill might not have any familiarity with new Dolphins offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, but Loggains has a pretty good handle on what he’s getting into with his new quarterback. He began scouting Tannehill in advance of the 2012 draft, when Loggains was the Titans’ offensive..." January 21

  • Dolphins Open To Drafting First-Round QB

    Pro Football Rumors "The Dolphins are planning to select a quarterback in the 2018 draft, and the club is even amenable to drafting a signal-caller in Round 1, according to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald. Miami, of course, had planned to utilize Ryan Tannehill as its starting quarterback for the sixth consecutive..." January 21

  • Dowell Loggains officially named Dolphins offensive coordinator

    247 Sports "Dowell Loggains is officially a member of the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins announced on Friday they have officially hired Loggains as their offensive coordinator. Clyde Christensen went from offensive coordinator to Director of Football and Player Development. Loggains rejoins head coach..." January 19

  • Dolphins announce changes to coaching staff

    Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins made their coaching changes official, with an announcement of the moves. Miami confirmed it has hired Dowell Loggains as offensive coordinator and Jeremiah Washburn as offensive line coach." January 19

  • 2018 Salary Cap Could Exceed $180M?

    NFL Trade Rumors "Mike Jurecki recently spoke to a source who suggested that the 2018 NFL salary cap could end up exceeding $180 million once it’s finalized for the upcoming league year. Last we heard, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported a month ago that the NFL distributed 2018 salary cap projections to teams..." January 19

  • Baker Mayfield wants to be drafted by Miami Dolphins

    Larry Brown Sports "Baker Mayfield showed a strong interest in being drafted by the Miami Dolphins while commenting on Instagram Thursday. Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills was live on Instagram. None other than Mayfield showed up with a comment on the stream that said, “#GetMeToMiami”. Well now we know the..." January 19

  • Jarvis Landry not interested in 'hometown discount'

    Pro Football Rumors "If the Dolphins re-sign Jarvis Landry, it won’t come cheap. The wide receiver’s agent says that his client has no interest in taking any sort of hometown discount to remain in Miami. “How long has this franchise been around?,” agent Damarius Bilbo said (via Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post)...." January 18

  • NFL could reportedly force players to stay in locker room during anthem in 2018

    Larry Brown Sports "Forcing players to stand for the national anthem has never really been an option for the NFL, but the league could still explore other means of preventing protests prior to the 2018 season. According to ESPN’s Jim Trotter, the NFL is considering implementing a policy that would require players..." January 18

  • Bears called 'real players' for wide receiver Jarvis Landry

    247 Sports "Jarvis Landry is set to become a free agent this offseason and the Chicago Bears reportedly already have them on their wishlist. According to Pro Football Focus' Sam Monson, he believes the Bears could be in the running for Landry if he becomes available in March. While listing the top needs..." January 18

  • Dolphins Hiring Eric Studesville As RBs Coach/Run-Game Coordinator

    NFL Trade Rumors "Jeff Legwold of ESPN is reporting that the Dolphins have hired former Broncos RBs coach Eric Studesville as their new RBs coach and run-game coordinator. Reports from last week mentioned that Studesville interviewed for a position on Adam Gase’s staff after they fired RBs coach Danny Barrett,..." January 17

  • Landry says Dolphins’ handling of his contract was disrespectful. His agent explains why.

    Miami Herald "Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry says his negotiations with the team on a new contract have been “handled a bit disrespectful” but he still would like to remain with the franchise if they can agree on contract terms. The Dolphins made an offer to Landry’s agent, Damarius Bilbo, in early December..." January 17

  • Dolphins Fire RBs Coach Danny Barrett, Interviewing Eric Studesville

    NFL Trade Rumors "Armando Salguero reports that the Dolphins have fired RBs coach Danny Barrett on Thursday. This comes shortly after Alex Marvez reported that the Dolphins are interviewing former Broncos RBs coach Eric Studesville for a coaching position. Salguero adds that it’s likely Miami will interview..." January 11

  • Ex-Dolphins coach admits to 'eight or nine consecutive days on cocaine'

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "I recently wrote a column on lessons for the Dolphins to win for once in an off-season. I left out a big one for Mike Tannenbaum & Co: Figure out why security issues ran unchecked inside the team that led directly to two embarrassing and season-tilting incidents. Each was in play at the team hotel..." January 11

  • Miami Dolphins' T.J. McDonald Probation Revoked In DUI Case

    TMZ "Miami Dolphins safety T.J. McDonald has big problems ... his probation has been revoked in his 2016 DUI case ... and now he could go to jail. TMZ Sports broke the story ... McDonald was arrested in May 2016 after he crashed into a parked car and cops believed he was under the influence of..." January 10

  • The Dolphins’ Jarvis Landry has some cryptic tweets. Let’s try to make sense of them

    Miami Herald "The offseason is tea-leaf reading season — at least for free-agent-to-be Jarvis Landry. When we last spoke to Landry, it was just hours before the New Year and Landry had just gotten kicked out of perhaps his final game as a Miami Dolphin. The most important question of that news..." January 10

  • Richie Incognito injured during scoreless first quarter

    Pro Football Talk "The Bills are back in the playoffs for the first time since 1999, but they’re still looking for their first points since Steve Christie’s field goal set the stage for the Music City Miracle at the end of a Wild Card loss to the Titans 18 years ago. The Jaguars are also looking to get on the..." January 07

  • Rules for the Dolphins to actually win this offseason

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The NFL playoffs are upon us and that means the Miami Dolphins are in their traditional, knee-deep stance in the offseason and we can predict their 2018 record. Or I can anyhow: They’ll go 8-8, plus or minus two games. Plus, if it’s a good year like 2016. Minus, if it’s a depressing 6-10..." January 07

  • Kristin Cavallari Wants Jay Cutler to Retire

    TMZ "It's time for: "Read Between the Lines" ... starring Kristin Cavallari, who says she REALLLLLY likes having Jay Cutler at home instead of with an NFL team. You know the background ... Jay came out of retirement in 2017 to sign a 1-year deal with the Miami Dolphins. He played well and now..." January 07

  • Jarvis Landry fined $48,620 after Week 17 ejection

    Pro Football Talk "Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry‘s final game of the 2017 season came to an early and costly end. Landry was ejected after a fight with the Bills that sparked after Landry scored on a one-yard touchdown catch. PFT has confirmed that Landry has been fined $48,620 for unsportsmanlike conduct..." January 05

  • Adam Gase sounds off on Jarvis Landry following ejection

    Fanrag Sports "Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase was not pleased with wide receiver Jarvis Landry following his ejection from the team’s season finale on Sunday. Landry sparked a mini-brawl between the Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills, earning his ejection alongside running back Kenyan Drake. “This last game..." January 04

  • Dolphins to hire Dowell Loggains as OC

    Fanrag Sports "The Miami Dolphins are set to hire former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains to become the team’s new offensive coordinator, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Current OC Clyde Christensen is expected to remain with the team. Loggains was most recently the Bears offensive..." January 03

  • Adam Gase Says He Sees Ryan Tannehill as Dolphins' Starting QB Next Season

    Bleacher Report "Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Wednesday he expects Ryan Tannehill to be the team's starting quarterback for the 2018 NFL season. Adam Beasley‏ of the Miami Herald passed along the update from Gase after Tannehill missed the entire 2017 campaign with a torn ACL, which led the front..." January 03

  • Terrell Owens, Randy Moss headline 15 finalists for Hall of Fame class of 2018

    CBS Sports "From 108 to 27 to 15. The list of candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2018 continues to shrink. On Tuesday night, the Pro Football Hall of Fame whittled down the list of candidates for the Class of 2018 to 15 all-time greats. The process started with 108 nominees in September...." January 03

  • Kenyan Drake calls decision to throw helmet during brawl ‘stupid’

    Miami Herald "Running back Kenyan Drake on Monday was remorseful — but also good-natured — about his meltdown during Sunday night’s Dolphins-Bills brawl, saying it was “definitely stupid on my part.” Drake got tossed from the game for, among other transgressions, tossing a helmet believed to belong to Bills..." January 01

  • As the Miami Dolphins’ unacceptable season ends, here are some changes coming in 2018

    Miami Herald "The hurricane-riddled, starting-quarterback-losing, cocaine-platter-punctuated season is over. Goodbye, 2017. The Miami Dolphins think you stunk. By the time this season ended, head coach Adam Gase was in such a perpetually bad mood, he got mad at a player this week because the player..." January 01

  • Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry on ejection: 'I do have a career to protect'

    ESPN "The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills got into a fourth-quarter melee that resulted in six flags and the ejections of two Miami players -- receiver Jarvis Landry and running back Kenyan Drake. Following his 1-yard touchdown catch, Landry shoved Bills safety Jordan Poyer, which set off a..." January 01

  • Dolphins' defense has fallen short of expectations this season

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Missed opportunities have been the story of the Miami Dolphins’ 2017 season as they head into their season finale against the Buffalo Bills, and there wasn’t a better moment to illustrate that than a play that took place the last time the Dolphins faced Sunday’s opponent. It was third-and-5 on..." December 31

  • Jarvis Landry, Kenyan Drake ejected after fourth quarter scuffle with Bills

    Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins may be done after the end of Sunday’s game against the Bills, but they are going down fighting. Wide receiver Jarvis Landry and his Miami teammates took issue with the way Bills defenders were handling Landry after a one-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter and touched off a..." December 31

  • Dolphins claim Trae Elston off waivers, place Michael Thomas on IR

    Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins claimed safety Trae Elston off waivers from the Bills, two days before the teams play in Miami. They placed safety Michael Thomas on injured reserve in a corresponding move. Elston played in 13 games with one start for the Bills this season. He also played in one game with the..." December 30

  • The Dolphins’ Pouncey calls out doubters — and names names (or at least points fingers)

    Miami Herald "Admit it: You doubted Mike Pouncey would ever be the same. Fans doubted. The media doubted. Even Pouncey, at one point, doubted. Pouncey missed all but five games of the 2016 season with avascular necrosis in his hip, the name for when bone tissue dies because of a lack of blood..." December 30

  • With his career at a crossroads, this Miami Dolphins player enters critical offseason

    Miami Herald "The rehabilitation of DeVante Parker’s injured ankle began in early October. The rehabilitation of Parker’s image — and perhaps even his confidence — began in earnest Thursday. Clyde Christensen, Miami’s offensive coordinator, has long been Parker’s hype man. Christensen said in the spring..." December 29

  • Dolphins place Vincent Taylor on IR, Leonte Carroo on NFI

    Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins placed defensive tackle Vincent Taylor on injured reserve and receiver Leonte Carroo on the reserve/non-football injury list Wednesday. They promoted defensive tackle Gabe Wright and receiver Rashawn Scott from the practice squad in corresponding moves. Carroo underwent..." December 28

  • Jarvis Landry says he wants to play for Dolphins next season, but also adds, 'we'll see'

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Wide receiver Jarvis Landry, who is in the fourth and final year of his contract, said Wednesday that he wants to play for the Miami Dolphins next season. But it wasn’t an unconditional statement. “Of course,” he said. “I love Miami. My family’s here in Miami. The fan base is here in Miami. The..." December 28

  • Cutler’s open to playing in 2018 — but he wants to start. What that means for Dolphins

    Miami Herald "Jay Cutler knows Sunday could be the last time he puts on NFL pads. Whether it’s his decision or not, there’s a real chance Cutler retires for the second time in as many years this offseason. And this one would probably take. Cutler on Wednesday left the door open to continuing his career..." December 28

  • Ndamukong Suh is the Dolphins’ MVP

    Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins missed the playoffs in 2017, a year after making it in the first season of the Adam Gase regime. But the season still had its moments, and with the final act looming the team handed out some hardware on Wednesday. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh won the team’s MVP award, named for..." December 27

  • Cameron Wake: It should burn that we weren’t better this season

    Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins won’t be returning to the playoffs this season and defensive end Cameron Wake thinks that should be a source of pain for him and his teammates. Wake acknowledged that there were on- and off-field obstacles to success for the Dolphins this season, including Ryan Tannehill‘s injury..." December 27

  • Dolphins place Vincent Taylor on IR, Leonte Carroo on NFI

    Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins placed defensive tackle Vincent Taylor on injured reserve and receiver Leonte Carroo on the reserve/non-football injury list Wednesday. They promoted defensive tackle Gabe Wright and receiver Rashawn Scott from the practice squad in corresponding moves. Carroo underwent..." December 27

  • Jay Cutler never moved out of his Miami hotel room

    Sporting News "Looks like Jay Cutler didn't expect to settle down in Miami for too long. The Dolphins quarterback revealed he never moved out of the hotel room he originally got when he signed his one-year contract with the team. It must be hard to live in a hotel room by yourself with very little space...." December 27

  • Dolphins QB Jay Cutler will start Sunday's finale against Bills

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Quarterback Jay Cutler will start Sunday for the Miami Dolphins in their season finale against the Buffalo Bills, coach Adam Gase said Wednesday. Whether the 34-year-old Cutler (19 touchdowns, 14 interceptions, 80.9 passer rating) plays the entire game remains to be seen. But Gase made it clear..." December 27

  • A Miami Dolphins loss to Buffalo could open up interesting options

    Miami Herald "As Miami Herald colleague Adam Beasley explains here, the Dolphins have a good chance to crack the draft’s top 10 by losing to Buffalo on Sunday. But a move up from their current 11th spot wouldn’t necessarily offer an obvious choice at a need position. Though a lot can – and usually does –..." December 26

  • Dolphins rookie DE Charles Harris, 'irritated' by sack questions, returns to his hometown to face Chiefs

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Charles Harris returned home to Kansas City this weekend and all the while the Miami Dolphins rookie defensive end will keep trying to stave off frustration. It’s not all that impressive when a high-profile first-round pick, the heir apparent to a passing-rushing throne that’s belonged to..." December 24

  • Jarvis Landry's pushing for receiving title in 2017

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Jarvis Landry sets lofty goals every season. This year he wanted to set the Miami Dolphins’ franchise record for receiving yards, breaking the 1,389-yard threshold that Mark Clayton set in 1984. That record isn’t within reach, considering Landry would need 545 yards over the next two games,..." December 23

  • Dolphins lineman buys teammate car for Christmas. Santa’s sleigh has more horsepower

    Miami Herald "You know those luxury car commercials where a happy mom or dad discovers a new vehicle in their driveway on Christmas morning? Ted Larsen’s contribution to the Dolphins’ Secret Santa gift exchange was kind of like that — but with far more sun damage. Larsen gave a fellow offensive lineman a..." December 22

  • Dolphins DC puts Kiko Alonso, Cam Wake on blast

    Sportsnaut "The Miami Dolphins have many issues plaguing them. And while the poor play of Jay Cutler and the offense gets headlines, the defense hasn’t been good, either. Dolphins defensive coordinator Matt Burke, not surprisingly, isn’t happy about this. And he’s calling out a couple of the team’s top..." December 22

  • Dolphins' Adam Gase: 'This thing's not quite over yet'

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase hasn’t quite given up on his team’s long-shot playoff hopes. Gase was asked Wednesday whether Miami could take momentum into the offseason by finishing strong in the final two games at Kansas City (Sunday) and against Buffalo (Dec. 31). “We’re still in this..." December 21

  • Dolphins' Jay Cutler mum on playing future beyond this season

    ESPN "Are we witnessing the final two games of Jay Cutler's NFL career? The 12-year quarterback isn’t saying. But in all likelihood, Cutler is wrapping up a one-and-done experiment with the Miami Dolphins. The bigger question is whether Cutler is open to playing for anyone else when he becomes a free..." December 21

  • Dolphins Place TE Julius Thomas & OL Jermon Bushrod On IR, Active OT Eric Smith

    NFL Trade Rumors "The Miami Dolphins announced Wednesday that they’ve placed OL Jermon Bushrod and TE Julius Thomas on injured reserve and activated OT Eric Smith from injured reserve. The Dolphins also promoted TE Thomas Duarte to their active roster. Thomas, 29, is a former fourth-round pick by the Broncos..." December 20

  • NFL announces 2018 Pro Bowl rosters

    NFL.com "The Pittsburgh Steelers led all teams with a league-best eight selections in the 2018 Pro Bowl, per rosters released by the NFL on Tuesday. The Killer B's -- Antonio Brown, Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and Chris Boswell -- along with linebacker Ryan Shazier (who suffered a season-ending..." December 19

  • Dolphins coach Gase on next two games: ‘They are playing for their jobs’

    Miami Herald "Highlights from Dolphins coach Adam Gase’s Monday news conference: • Will Dolphins players be motivated for Miami’s final two games (at Kansas City, home to Buffalo) considering the playoffs are a long shot? “I would hope they would be very motivated,” Gase said. “They are playing for their..." December 19