Time for yet another offensive coordinator
The Dolphins will have a new offensive coordinator again in 2021.
The state of the Dolphins media session
Here were the highlights of General Manager Chris Grier and Head Coach Brian Flores’ annual season-ending media session.
Interesting offseason ahead
The Dolphins still need to put together some pieces despite taking a big step forward during the challenging 2020 season
Howard's performance should be saluted
We were fortunate to witness a truly dominant performance this season by cornerback Xavien Howard. It wasn’t only his 10 interceptions, tying a longstanding team record and the most in the NFL since 2007, it was the way he played with such confidence and at such a high level of efficiency.
How should season be remembered?
The Dolphins clearly saved their worst for last, losing against the Buffalo Bills, 56-26, in a game that could have meant a trip to the playoffs. Instead, it provided a hollow ending to an otherwise encouraging season.
DISSECTING THE DOLPHINS
Breaking down every player on the 2020 roster
Counting down the top stories of 2020
The 2020 season was unlike any other year for the Miami Dolphins and every other team around the NFL because of all the challenges and obstacles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Countdown: the top finishes of the 2000s
On the next-to-last Saturday of the 2020 regular season, the Dolphins pulled out an improbable victory at Las Vegas with one of the wildest, craziest finishes in franchise history.
List of needs no longer imposing
With the regular season rapidly winding down, the needs of this team moving forward are pretty obvious, aren’t they?
The last playoff win
Perhaps for some Dolphins fans it seems like just yesterday. For others, it might seem like an entire generation ago.
Jones, Sanders, Baker's big play
Cornerback Byron Jones made quite an impact on the field in his first season with the Dolphins, but he also was recognized for his off-the-field work.
HOWARD'S FINEST HOUR
How and why the Dolphins cornerback ‘kept balling’ in 2020
Another major step forward
The 2020 season will end up being viewed as an undeniable success for the Dolphins, no matter the outcome of the final two games
Team is now fun — and good
The Dolphins have been playing an ultra-aggressive style of defense, and it just might lead the way to a playoff appearance in 2020
Smart moves paying big dividends
As each week of this season passes, the Dolphins’ 2020 offseason is looking better and better.
Many happy returns with Jakeem Grant
You know what’s scary about Jakeem Grant? He’ll swear to you we still haven’t seen him run at full speed. “Got another gear left,” he says with that child-like smile.
TALES ABOUT TUA
Breaking down the start of Tagovailoa’s NFL career from all angles
In-Season QB Changes
When the Dolphins made the switch from veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick to rookie first-round pick Tua Tagovailoa during the bye week, it marked the seventh time in franchise history the team made an in-season quarterback change for non-injury reasons.
Huge commitment to cancer research
The Miami Dolphins made some significant news off the field recently when the organization announced a $75 million commitment to cancer research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Head coach Brian Flores offers his thoughts on a wide variety of topics, including blocking outside noise, a breakdown of Emmanuel Ogbah’s skill set, Christian Wilkins’ athletic ability, the old-school uniforms, and more
Sieler a unique talent in many ways
Little was known of Zach Sieler when he joined the Miami Dolphins last December after being claimed off waivers from the Baltimore Ravens beyond the fact he attended Division II Ferris State.
Rebuilt O-line now a team strength
The Dolphins spent an awful lot of resources this past offseason, both in draft picks and free agency capital, on their offensive line.
Godchaux, Fitz, Sanders, schedule
Davon Godchaux's season could be over, and so could his time with the Miami Dolphins.
Fitzpatrick still enjoying the ride
Ryan Fitzpatrick won’t go down as the most talented quarterback the Miami Dolphins have ever had, and he’d probably be one of the first ones to say that.
Head coach Brian Flores offers his thoughts on a wide variety of topics, including the luxury of having a reliable kicker, persevering through adversity, and defensive linemen Emmanuel Ogbah and Raekwon Davis
All signs pointing the right way
The pieces continued to fall into place as the Dolphins arrived at their bye and it’s no longer crazy to think this team could make a run for the playoffs
Promising start for rookie O-linemen
The question of when Austin Jackson would be ready to get into the starting lineup at left tackle for the Dolphins got its official answer in the Week 1 game against the New England Patriots.
The wild and crazy 2000 season
It is during the month of October — Oct. 23, to be precise — that we’ll arrive at the 20th anniversary of perhaps the craziest game in Dolphins history.
The Rosen release from every angle
The Miami Dolphins’ decision to make quarterback Josh Rosen one of their cuts when they got down to the 53-player limit signified the end of an unfortunate chapter that began and ended in controversial moves.
Helping out the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
The Miami Dolphins Social Impact Committee announced a series of initiatives designed to increase voter awareness and engagement throughout South Florida.