ESPN "The Miami Dolphins have a lot of decisions to make in February as they plan to slash payroll to free up cap room in advance of the draft and free agency. But the team also has several in-house free agents to address. With that in mind, ESPN.com’s Dolphins page is highlighting key players whose..." February 02
Palm Beach Post "Dolphins running back Lamar Miller knows exactly how many yards he needs to reach 1,000 for the season. “Yeah — 231,” said Miller, who needs to average 77 yards in his last three games to reach 1,000 — an important milestone for a player in a contract season. But he would have been a lot..." December 17
The Score "The Miami Dolphins can't seem to decide if running back Lamar Miller has an ankle injury. Miller, who rushed for two touchdowns in the first half of Monday night's loss to the New York Giants before seeing his workload drastically reduced in the second half, was spotted limping off the field..." December 15
RB Lamar Miller is also not practicing.
#Dolphins RB Lamar Miller is averaging just 9.25 carries per game. That should change under new interim coach Dan Campbell. But we will see.
#Dolphins playmakers RB Lamar Miller (ankle) and TE Jordan Cameron (groin) are both expected to play today.
ESPN "It was one of the biggest complaints for the 2014 Miami Dolphins. Running back Lamar Miller, who had a career season, never got more than 19 carries in a game last season. In fact, Miller received more than 15 carries just four times. It was head-scratching considering Miller set new career..." July 28
NEWS: The Dolphins fear Michael Thomas has suffered a season-ending chest injury. Final determination to be made in next few days.
Dolphins' first depth chart, just released, lists Lamar Miller as starter over Moreno (all subject to change, of course). Depth chart...
NFL.com "New Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey likely is spending these next few weeks being briefed not only on players to watch at the NFL Scouting Combine, but also his own players. The Miami Herald columnist Barry Jackson got a taste of some of the evaluations Hickey might hear from..." February 10
ESPN "The Miami Dolphins have been reluctant to provide a heavy workload to starting running back Lamar Miller. There have been reasons (excuses?) such as durability concerns and sharing with Daniel Thomas that severely limited Miller's carries. But Thomas' significant ankle injury forced a shift last..." December 02
Palm Beach Post "Dolphins running back Lamar Miller has insisted for weeks that he doesn’t mind sharing carries with Daniel Thomas. But with Thomas out indefinitely after spraining his left ankle Sunday, Miller acknowledges he’s looking forward to having the chance to prove himself as a full-time back. “I’m..." November 28
Asked if he senses Lamar Miller is distancing himself from Daniel Thomas Mike Sherman said: "I don't get that [sense]." Wants to use both.
Miami Herald "Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said the decision to start Lamar Miller over Daniel Thomas in Sunday’s season opener was “the starting point really” and that both backs had a strong preseason. “I think they’ve improved both of them and we definitely need those guys to perform well for us”..." September 05
Dolphins depth chart lists Lamar Miller as the starter for Week 1.
Sherman reiterates how close the competition for starting RB is: "I think Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas are competing neck-and-neck."
Miami Herald "Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said he thought Saturday was the best practice for the running game so far. Although Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller each demonstrated good quickness and burst Thomas thought one thing cast a dark light on his day — a fumble in team drills that defensive lineman Jared..." July 28
Phin Phanatic "The Miami Dolphins are getting some pre-training camp help from a different kind of West Coast offense. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Lamar Miller is getting some off-season side-by-side workouts with San Francisco RB Frank Gore and some in the room are coming away..." July 13
NFL.com "We knew as far back as February that the Miami Dolphins were giving Reggie Bush the cold shoulder because they believe 2012 fourth-round draft pick Lamar Miller can be a bigger, faster, better version in this year's backfield. Although Dolphins coach Joe Philbin recently described the running..." June 04
Miami Herald "Lamar Miller didn’t hesitate. The hole was there. So he hit it. Hard. And a heartbeat later, Miller was in the end zone, proving — at least in shorts and helmets — that 218 pounds is plenty big enough to be an effective short-yardage back. Of course, Miller hopes his role is far more..." May 30
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Dolphins aren't even hiding the fact they expect Lamar Miller to replace Reggie Bush as the team's starter in 2012. Inside the team's headquarters there's no talk about Miller competing with former second-round pick Daniel Thomas, or one of the other young tailbacks on the..." February 28