The Miami Dolphins were sleepwalking through another lackluster season when the unexpected happened: They grew up. After losing four of their first five games - defeating only the miserable Cleveland Browns in overtime - the Dolphins finally realized winning in the NFL requires commitment and responsibility
With the Miami Dolphins desperate to make a game-clinching stop in the closing minutes, defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh moved around from snap to snap, even sliding his 305-pound frame to end for one play. Suh's a four-time Pro Bowl tackle who almost always gets double-teamed, so the Dolphins are
The Dallas Cowboys have been taking on desperate teams throughout the season. When they went to Pennsylvania in Week 10, the Pittsburgh Steelers needed the game badly, having lost to the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens...
The Miami Dolphins will be looking to continue their surprising drive towards a playoff berth with a seventh straight victory Sunday when they take on the AFC North-leading Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium...
It's not that unusual to find a video taken on a smartphone of NFL fans brawling in the stands, or outside in the parking lot. The unusual part of a fight from Sunday's Miami Dolphins game is the fans involved won't return to the stadium. The Dolphins announced that the fans fighting in the video,
Former Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Leon Orr was arrested on Tuesday and charged with possession of marijuana and a controlled substance after a traffic stop, via the Naples Daily News. Officers "could immediately smell the odor of the marijuana coming from inside the vehicle," according to the
When Mike Wallace's two frustration-filled seasons with the Miami Dolphins came to an end, he was on the bench rather than in the playoffs. The Dolphins then discarded him for a fifth-round draft pick, an acknowledgement the $60 million, five-year deal they gave Wallace had failed to pay off. &
Mike Wallace doesn't regret his time as a Miami Dolphin. In fact, he's happy it happened. "They gave me a lot of money in two years. I have no regrets," the wide receiver said.
Much of the NFL needs to offer a big, fat apology to Ryan Tannehill , why so many players hate Josh Norman and why Dennis Green was special. 1. The Dolphins Are for Real? Yes, the Dolphins Are for Real First, an apology ...
The AFC is reshuffling at a drastic rate. If it's not the No. 1 seed Oakland Raiders, it's the Miami Dolphins, who are on a six-game winning streak, or the Denver Broncos, the reigning ...
The Kansas City Chiefs' ever-so-close victory against the Denver Broncos dropped last season's Super Bowl champions to third place in the AFC West and out of playoff position. The Miami Dolphins currently hold a wild-card spot in the standings thanks to a six-game winning streak and one more conference
Lost in the shuffle of Miami's sixth-straight win Sunday was the fact that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick actually had a hell of a game.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker suffered a back injury in Week 12 against the San Francisco 49ers. His playing status for Week 13 against the Baltimore Ravens has yet to be decided...
When the Miami Dolphins made a goal-line tackle on the final play to seal their latest victory, quarterback Ryan Tannehill sprinted onto the field, leaped to chest-bump a teammate and then sprawled happily to the turf. Pardon Tannehill if the Dolphins' winning streak has left him a little bit giddy
Colin Kaepernick threw three touchdown passes, ran for 113 yards and nearly rallied the woeful San Francisco 49ers from a 17-point deficit in the final eight minutes Sunday, which left a lot to talk about afterward. Kaepernick drew loud boos from Miami Dolphins fans early in the game for his political
Ndamukong Suh tackled Colin Kaepernick 2 yards short of the goal line as time ran out, and the Miami Dolphins handed the San Francisco 49ers a franchise-record 10th consecutive loss with a 31-24 victory on Sunday. Ryan Tannehill threw for 285 yards and three scores to compensate for a sputtering Miami
The 49ers are no strangers to firing out of the gates with early leads. A team that has a knack for squandering games midway through the third quarter did exactly that against the Miami Dolphins ...
The Miami Dolphins have overcome a rough start to the season, becoming the hottest team in the AFC with a five-game winning streak. The Dolphins go for their sixth in a row when they play host to the San Francisco 49ers.
Laremy Tunsil is inactive Sunday because of a shoulder injury, leaving the Miami Dolphins without three starting offensive linemen against the San Francisco 49ers.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith is questionable for Sunday's Week 12 game against the Miami Dolphins because of a lingering shoulder injury. Continue for updates...
The San Francisco 49ers, who have been playing since 1946, are on the verge of taking their losing to a new level. A loss Sunday at Miami would be the 49ers' 10th in a row, a franchise record. If fans don't take them seriously, how can the Dolphins?
Thankfully there's no video of the aftermath of Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Branden Albert's dislocated wrist, which happened two weeks ago against the San Diego Chargers. Because the story he told Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald is awful.
Miami Dolphins practice began Wednesday with center Mike Pouncey ailing and absent, left tackle Branden Albert working on the side under a trainer's supervision, and left guard Laremy Tunsil shaking out the kinks in a sore shoulder that forced him out of last week's game. The Dolphins have had
The San Francisco 49ers will be searching for just their second road victory in over two years this weekend when they travel to Miami to face the streaking Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium...
Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan is expected to practice Wednesday for the first time in nearly two years. Will the former No. 3 overall draft pick contribute down the stretch for Miami?
For the Los Angeles Rams, Sunday's 14-10 loss to the Miami Dolphins was historic in two ways. First, head coach Jeff Fisher ascended to his current status as the second-losingest ...
Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Jason Jones has been suspended two games for violating the NFL 's substance abuse program, per Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald ...
Ryan Tannehill is winning like never before, which doesn't surprise his coach. ''That's why I took the job,'' Gase said Monday. Gase, Tannehill and the Dolphins (6-4) have won five games in a row, with the latest victory the most improbable yet.
The Miami Dolphins snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. After the offense could do nothing for the majority of the game, Ryan Tannehill came to life late.
For the first 11 drives, Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins did almost nothing right. On the final two drives of a rainy Sunday in LA, the Dolphins somehow found a way to stay on a remarkable roll that could propel them all the way back to the playoffs. DeVante Parker caught a 9-yard touchdown pass
There was no ''win one for the Gipper'' speech, but everything else about the Miami Dolphins' improbable 14-10 comeback victory over the Los Angeles Rams was pure Hollywood. There was action, as wide receiver Jarvis Landry was pushed into the end zone as part of a massive 10-man
DeVante Parker caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill with 36 seconds to play, and the Miami Dolphins rallied for two late scores to spoil Jared Goff's NFL debut with a 14-10 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Tannehill passed for 172 yards in the fifth straight victory for
Through major injuries, a double-digit deficit and other issues on the road, Miami produced a surprising late comeback to pull out a 14-10 victory.
Los Angeles Rams backup cornerback Troy Hill was arrested on suspicion of DUI on Saturday morning and will be inactive for Sunday's home game against the Miami Dolphins.
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley's difficult sophomore season is being hampered by a nagging thigh injury that could put his status for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins in jeopardy...
Los Angeles Rams quarterbacks coach Chris Weinke stated the team isn't going to alter its approach as first overall pick Jared Goff gets prepared to make his first start Sunday against the Miami Dolphins ...
It's been no joyride for first-year Minnesota Vikings offensive line assistant Tony Sparano, but the former Dolphins and Raiders head coach is determined to improve the group.
The Los Angeles Rams insist they will not scale back the offense for rookie quarterback Jared Goff ahead of his first game Sunday versus the Miami Dolphins.
Your assignment, as No. 1 overall pick in April's draft who has not gotten on the field yet, but starts Sunday for the Rams against the Dolphins, is simple: win. Doing so against a Miami team that has won four straight makes your task a bit tougher.
Nearly seven months after the Los Angeles Rams placed their future on the shoulders of Jared Goff, the No. 1 draft pick finally makes his NFL debut Sunday. Ndamukong Suh, Cameron Wake and the Miami Dolphins can't wait to welcome him to the league. Goff will take his first NFL snap at the Coliseum
Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey was sidelined for the Dolphins' practice Thursday after reinjuring his left hip and is uncertain for Sunday's game against the Rams.
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