Dolphins Rumors & News

  • President Trump slams NFL for not forcing players to stand for anthem

    Pro Football Talk "The NFL is back on President Trump’s radar Wednesday. The President went on a Twitter spurt Wednesday morning and the NFL’s announcement that there will be no change to league rules regarding the national anthem was part of his agenda. After a day that included a meeting between players and..." October 18

  • Eric Reid doesn’t think rule change on anthem is coming

    Pro Football Talk "In a statement about Tuesday’s meeting between the NFL, NFLPA, players and team owners in New York, the NFL and NFLPA said that everyone in the NFL community has “a tremendous respect” for the national anthem but it doesn’t sound like the anthem was a focal point of the meeting. Albert Breer of..." October 17

  • Miami Dolphins find a wonderful way to bury a bad week

    Miami Herald "Suddenly no one wants to bench Jay Cutler. No one is mocking the Miami Dolphins with memes of a Dolphin snorting cocaine. Suddenly a team that seemed to be going off the rails last week with home fans booing, and offensive line coaches resigning, and players losing their tempers on the sideline..." October 16

  • Ndamukong Suh opens up about background, fist fights, business, and yes, football

    Miami Herald "A sitdown conversation with Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh who does not typically make time for such things: Q. I’ve heard you have interest in being a professional sports owner at some point, is that true? A. Previously I looked at buying a soccer team in Croatia. I’m..." October 15

  • Former Dolphins O-line coach Chris Foerster enters rehab facility

    ESPN "Former Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster has checked into a rehab facility in Miami, league sources told ESPN. Foerster is seeking help after a video released last weekend showed him sniffing a white, powdery substance off a desk in the Dolphins' training facility. Should another..." October 15

  • NFL TV audience numbers continue to decline early in 2017 season

    Sporting News "No wonder alarm bells are sounding in NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s office. The league's average TV audience through Week 5 of the 2017 season dropped 7 percent vs. the same period of the 2016 season, according to Nielsen data obtained by Sporting News. Worse for the league, the average..." October 13

  • It’s ‘embarrassing’ and ‘disrespectful’, Landry says about fans chanting for Moore

    Miami Herald "Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler shrugged off fans chanting for the Dolphins to insert backup Matt Moore during Sunday’s game. But receiver Jarvis Landry heard it and is fed up with it. “We don’t buy into the fans of who they want to play quarterback,” he said. “If they want to change the..." October 13

  • Dolphins receiver DeVante Parker sidelined by ankle injury

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker, who is battling an ankle injury he sustained in last Sunday’s game against Tennessee, didn’t participate in the part of practice the media was allowed to watch Wednesday. Parker’s status for this Sunday’s game at Atlanta isn’t yet known. Defensive..." October 13

  • NFL: No Change To National Anthem Policy

    Pro Football Rumors "Although reports earlier this week indicated that the NFL may force players to stand for the national anthem, the NFL and NFLPA today released a joint statement indicating that the league’s policy has not been altered. “Commissioner Roger Goodell reached out to NFLPA Executive Director..." October 12

  • Miami Dolphins’ Cutler suggests sky isn’t falling ‘At the end of the day, we're 2-2’

    Miami Herald "I asked Cutler, who has a career-worst 74.8 passer rating, if he has asked himself this season if he needs this aggravation (as opposed to being retired). Cutler laughed and said: “That’s how the NFL goes. It's never as good as you think it is. It's never as bad as you think it is.” Even..." October 12

  • Las Vegas woman says ex-Dolphins coach used her as a 'cocaine platter'

    CBS Sports "More details continue to emerge regarding former Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster and the video he sent to a Las Vegas model Kijuana Njie in which he was seen snorting a white, powdered substance before heading into a team meeting. The video blew up on Sunday night after Njie posted..." October 12

  • Dolphins Hire Dave DeGuglielmo As Asst.

    Pro Football Rumors "The Dolphins have hired Dave DeGuglielmo as a senior offensive assistant, the club announced today. Jeff Darlington of first linked DeGuglielmo to Miami earlier this week. DeGuglielmo will replace Chris Foerster, who resigned on Monday after a video was posted showing Foerster snorting a..." October 11

  • Donald Trump keeps the pressure on the NFL over anthem

    Pro Football Talk "NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is really trying to move past the national anthem controversy. But President Donald Trump keeps trying to paint him into a corner, in an effort to prove that he’s the most patriotic. Trump’s at it on the Twitter machine again this morning, with more bluster..." October 11

  • Jarvis Landry to meet with league about battery investigation

    Pro Football Talk "When word came in September that Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry would not face criminal charges as a result of an investigation into whether he committed battery during an incident with the mother of his child, we noted that the lack of charges didn’t mean the league would make the same..." October 11

  • Roger Goodell Sends Letter to Teams Essentially Saying They Are About to Force Players to Stand for Anthem

    Black Sports Online "The NFL is about to get on their knees for Donald Trump. Donald Trump said there should be a policy in place to force players to stand for anthem. Jerry Jones and other owners have already started the process of threatening the players. Now, Roger Goodell who works for the owners has sent a..." October 11

  • Dolphins’ ailing offense last in seven categories; solutions elusive

    Miami Herald "Because of fallout from the resignation of coach Chris Foerster, Dolphins coach Adam Gase wasn’t asked a single question about his ailing offense on Monday. And while there were no questions, there apparently aren’t any answers, either. Despite making two lineup changes on Sunday, the..." October 10

  • As if he needed more, Chris Foerster has IRS problems

    Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins have enough to deal with this year, such that an assistant coach resigning after video emerged of him snorting drugs with a $20 bill in a video message to a Nevada “model” isn’t the biggest hardship they’ve had to endure. That being said, resigning after video emerged of him..." October 10

  • Donald Trump takes aim at NFL’s “tax breaks”

    Pro Football Talk "The President of the United States is on the warpath with the NFL again this morning, issuing his usual subtle threats. Donald Trump is using the NFL as a foil in his battle to make himself synonymous with patriotism and the flag, after his strong-arming teams into making guys stand for the..." October 10

  • Dolphins’ rookie Charles Harris records first sack in stellar defensive effort

    Miami Herald "Charles Harris doesn’t think the game is slowing down for him. He said he is speeding up to it. And it’s hard to argue over the past two weeks. Last week in London, Harris exploded off the line of scrimmage as he rushed Saints’ quarterback Drew Brees. Harris came up a split second..." October 09

  • Dolphins' Thomas: 'We deal with a lot over here'

    Palm Beach Post "Miami Dolphins captain Michael Thomas knows that the Ryan Tannehill injury, Hurricane Irma, AWOL Lawrence Timmons and now the resignation of offensive line coach Chris Foerster has resulted in an unusually high number of issues. “We deal with a lot over here,” Thomas said Monday. “So come..." October 09

  • Adam Gase struggles to describe Chris Foerster situation

    Miami Herald "Adam Gase first learned of the explosive video of his now ex-assistant Chris Foerster snorting lines of white powder just before 11 p.m. Sunday, when general manager Chris Grier called to notify him about it. “I don't think I can say what my reaction was,” Gase said. Less than 12 hours..." October 09

  • Woman cites political reasons for releasing Foerster cocaine video

    Yardbarker "The woman who released a video on Sunday that allegedly shows Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster snorting cocaine before a team meeting says she was motivated by political reasons. In a Facebook post that she later deleted, 33-year-old Kijuana Nige said she wants coaches to be..." October 09

  • Dolphins line coach resigns after Vegas model releases video of him snorting white substance

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Chris Foerster resigned as Dolphins offensive line coach Monday after video was released by a Las Vegas model of him apparently doing lines of cocaine. “I am resigning from my position with the Miami Dolphins and accept full responsibility for my actions,’’ Foerster said in a statement released..." October 09

  • Miami Dolphins investigating incriminating video of Coach Allegedly Using Drugs On Camera

    Miami Herald "The Miami Dolphins are aware of an internet video that apparently shows offensive line coach Chris Foerster snorting an unknown powdery substance while at work at some point in his NFL career. The team is not commenting but sources tell me there will be an investigation about the video and..." October 09

  • Dolphins Not Planning To Bench Jay Cutler

    Pro Football Rumors "Jay Cutler has not exactly settled into a groove as the Dolphins’ starter after re-emerging from a brief retirement, and he delivered another unimpressive performance in Week 5. Cutler finished with just 92 yards passing despite attempting 26 passes. Although the Dolphins beat the Marcus..." October 09

  • Three Dolphins stay in locker room during anthem

    Pro Football Talk "Dolphins owner Stephen Ross now thinks any players who are on the field should stand for the national anthem. So his three players who have been kneeling decided to take themselves out of the equation. Via Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, all the Dolphins who were on the field stood,..." October 08

  • Dolphins fans chant ‘We want Moore’ after another awful game by Jay Cutler

    Sportsnaut "It’s not even halftime in Week 5 and already Miami Dolphins fans are calling for Matt Moore to replace Jay Cutler. Cutler has been absolutely atrocious Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. With a minute remaining in the second quarter, he’s completed 5-of-11 passes for 21 yards with no..." October 08

  • NFL has 'no tolerance for racial comments directed to anyone'

    ESPN "If it is able to identify the person who allegedly shouted a racial slur at Terrelle Pryor on Monday night, the NFL will ban that fan from future games, league spokesman Joe Lockhart said on a conference call Thursday. "We have no tolerance for racial comments directed to anyone," Lockhart..." October 05

  • Dolphins’ Gase threatens jobs, says excuses are over

    Miami Herald "A six-pack of early Wednesday Dolphins notes: • Adam Gase’s tolerance for offensive ineptitude is wearing thin. There was this threat from Gase on Wednesday: “The excuses are running out. Either get the job done or we’ll find somebody that does.” Gase explained it this way: “We need to be..." October 05

  • Personal info on nearly 1,200 NFL players and agents exposed in NFLPA database leak

    USA Today "Colin Kaepernick was among 1,133 players and agents whose personal information was exposed due to a misconfigured online database operated by the NFL Players Association, according to an internet security company. Kaepernick, who was the target of death threats last year as he knelt during the..." October 04

  • Anheuser-Busch has no plans to end relationship with NFL despite rumors

    Larry Brown Sports "Anheuser-Busch may have created a recording specifically for people who were calling the company to inquire about its sponsorship of the NFL, but that does not mean the company is considering pulling the plug on one of its most profitable partnerships. Over the weekend, rumors began circulating..." October 03

  • Adam Gase: Jay Cutler not the big problem in Miami

    Sportsnaut "After a poor start to the 2017 season by Jay Cutler, some (including one of his old teammates) expect the Miami Dolphins to bench the veteran quarterback. Dolphins head coach Adam Gase isn’t among those with that opinion, however. In fact, he’s already weary of the criticism leveled at Cutler,..." October 03

  • Dolphins name Tankersley starting cornerback

    Miami Herald "Dolphins rookie Cordrea Tankersley was solid in his first NFL game, and first start, on Sunday against the Saints, and coach Adam Gase announced Monday that he’s the new starting cornerback opposite Xavien Howard. Tankersley’s play Sunday “was good,” Gase said. “It was what we were hoping..." October 03

  • Byron Maxwell out after hurting hamstring in warmups

    Pro Football Talk "Dolphins coach Adam Gase called his team’s offense “garbage” after last week’s loss to the Jets and suggested changes could be coming to the unit. Gase didn’t make the same suggestion about the defense, but there’s one big change on that side of the ball. Cornerback Byron Maxwell is inactive..." October 01

  • The Dolphins’ plan for surviving this hellish road stretch? By living like the 1 percent

    Miami Herald "There is a long list of reasons why NFL players’ lives are better than most everyone else’s. But how the Dolphins flew to London should be near the top. Pretty much anyone expected to play Sunday against the Saints got his own sleeping compartment on the nonstop Virgin Atlantic flight from..." October 01

  • Adam Gase dismisses talk of benching Jay Cutler, making QB change

    Larry Brown Sports "The Miami Dolphins have looked completely lost on offense through their first three games of the 2017 season, and there are already rumblings about Jay Cutler being benched in favor of Matt Moore. However, the man who would be in charge of making that decision says it is not happening. After..." October 01

  • Three Dolphins kneel and Saints link arms as a new day of NFL anthem protests begin

    Washington Post "Against the backdrop of President Trump’s latest tweet urging NFL players to stand for the national anthem, three members of the Miami Dolphins took a knee during the national anthem and the New Orleans Saints knelt, then rose to their feet before Sunday morning’s game in London’s Wembley..." October 01

  • Dolphins LB Kiko Alonso starts YouCaring page to aid Miami, Puerto Rico

    Yardbarker "Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso has ties to Puerto Rico, which was was devastated by Hurricane Maria, and is doing his part to help. In a video he distributed via his Twitter account, Alonso announced he’s started a YouCaring page (click here) and has donated $25,000 to kick-start the..." September 30

  • NFL has not approved an automatic ejection rule

    Pro Football Talk "When Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan knocked out Packers receiver Devante Adams with a vicious (and illegal) helmet-to-helmet hit on Thursday, some argued that Trevathan should have been the first player to be sent to the showers under the league’s new rule mandating automatic ejections for..." September 29

  • Owners fret over whether fans will make good on threats to flee

    Pro Football Talk "Football fans routinely do plenty of huffing and puffing, but they rarely blow the house down. This time around, the NFL worries about the house getting blown down. Every year, bad teams emerge and their fans (in most non-California instances) still support them. And even if any given season..." September 29

  • Three days after Jets loss, Adam Gase still at a loss

    Miami Herald "Adam Gase was talking about his offense again minutes ago and, yes, he’s still downcast and frustrated and upset at what he saw in a loss to the New York Jets. And that’s understandable because that Jets loss happened. But here’s the thing ... It’s Wednesday. That game last Sunday is not..." September 28

  • Trump: NFL owners 'afraid' to take action against kneeling players

    Fox News Sports "President Trump, in an exclusive interview with "Fox & Friends," said that NFL owners are “afraid” to act against their players protesting the national anthem at games across the country. “The NFL is in a box and they have to do something about it,” Trump told Fox News' Pete Hegseth, in the..." September 28

  • Justin Timberlake reportedly 'finalizing' deal to perform at Super Bowl halftime

    CBS Sports "The Super Bowl is going to get a familiar face for halftime of Super Bowl LII when the game comes to Minnesota. Pop superstar Justin Timberlake is reportedly "finalizing" a deal to perform at the event for the first time in 13 years. According to US Magazine, Timberlake and the NFL are locking..." September 27

  • DirecTV refunds Sunday Ticket subscribers who are upset over NFL protests

    New York Daily News "NFL fans who are too angry to watch the Red Zone channel can now enter the Green Zone. DirecTV is offering total refunds to Sunday Ticket customers who want to cancel their package due to the national anthem protests around the league, according to ESPN. The Sunday Ticket package, which..." September 27

  • No charges for Jarvis Landry after battery investigation

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "No charges will be filed against Jarvis Landry, according to the Miami Dolphins wide receiver and his representatives after a Broward State Attorney’s Office investigation into a potential domestic battery incident from March. It’s unclear whether Landry could still face punishment from the NFL..." September 27

  • Searching for a silver lining from Sunday’s debacle? Here’s one: Reshad Jones was quite good.

    Miami Herald "Lost in an otherwise dreadful day by the Dolphins Sunday: safety Reshad Jones actually looked like his old, healthy self. Jones bounced back from a poor (by his standards) 2017 opener with a team-high eight tackles against the Jets, including two for a loss. And, just as importantly, Pro..." September 26

  • Timmons reportedly visited Steelers practice earlier this month

    Pro Football Talk "The suspension of Dolphins linebacker Lawrence Timmons has ended, but the mystery lingers. Over the weekend, Jason La Canfora of CBS reported that Timmons showed up unannounced at Steelers practice on the Friday prior to Week One. Miami’s game already had been scrapped due to Hurricane Irma,..." September 26

  • Miami Dolphins reinstate LB Lawrence Timmons "Lawrence Timmons is on his way back to the field. The Dolphins linebacker has been reinstated and is expected to play Sunday, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported. ESPN first reported the news. Timmons was suspended indefinitely by the Dolphins after missing Miami's Week 2 win over the..." September 26

  • What’s the solution to the anthem protests?

    Pro Football Talk "The Commander-in-Chief continues to express, in 140 characters or less, his views regarding the NFL and the national anthem. Most recently, President Trump suggested that “[t]he only way out for them is to set a rule that you can’t kneel during our National Anthem!” While that would definitely..." September 26

  • Adam Gase doesn’t mince words, calls Dolphins’ offense ‘garbage’

    Sportsnaut "Adam Gase isn’t pleased with his team’s offensive effort. The Miami Dolphins’ coach made no attempt to hide that fact when asked about it on Monday. Well, then. Why don’t you tell us how you really feel? Gase did lead Miami to the playoffs in 2016, his first year as the team’s head coach...." September 25