Miami Dolphins

Stadium: Sun Life Stadium | Coach: Adam Gase
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense26th93.5 (23rd)238.2 (19th)
Defense25th126.2 (26th)250.0 (20th)


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Sun Sep 11
at SEA
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Sun Sep 18
at NE
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Sun Sep 25
8:25 pm EDT
Thu Sep 29
at CIN
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 9
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 16
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 23
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 6
4:05 pm EST
Sun Nov 13
at SD
4:05 pm EST
Sun Nov 20
at LAR
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 27
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 4
at BAL
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 11
8:25 pm EST
Sat Dec 17
at NYJ
1:00 pm EST
Sat Dec 24
at BUF
1:00 pm EST
Sun Jan 1


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Dolphins' Dion Jordan: Still waiting to see if his suspension will be lifted
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Jordan is still waiting to hear word from the NFL about his application for reinstatement, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

Jordan was suspended for the entire 2015 NFL season for violating the substance abuse policy. His suspension could be lifted at anytime, and with training camp starting on July 29, the Dolphins are hoping it's lifted sooner rather than later. Jordan is said to be in the best shape of his short career, and if he can get his head on straight, he'd be a quality addition to what could be a stacked defensive line in Miami.

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Dolphins' Kenyan Drake: Faces added competition from veteran back
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Joining Drake (hamstring) and Jay Ajayi in the Miami backfield is veteran Arian Foster (Achilles), who signed with the team Monday, the Palm Beach Post reports.

Drake, who the report describes as "a talented pass-catcher but unproven downhill runner," now faces added competition for touches in the Miami offense, with his fantasy upside taking a hit due to the fact that a (presumably) healthy Foster is a candidate to earn a good chunk of both carries and catches in the Dolphins' 2016 backfield.

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Dolphins' Jay Ajayi: Joined by Foster in Miami backfield
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Joining Ajayi and rookie Kenyan Drake in the Dolphins' backfield is newcomer Arian Foster (Achilles), who signed with the team Monday, the Palm Beach Post reports.

Prior to the signing, Ajayi had topped the Dolphins' running back depth chart following the departure of Lamar Miller, with Drake a candidate to see change-of-pace duty. Now that Foster is in the fold, Ajayi will now face legitimate competition for the team's starting job, though the highly accomplished Foster has much to prove, health-wise, given that he is bouncing back from a ruptured Achilles. In any case, Ajayi's fantasy stock takes a hit due to the addition of Foster and the possibility that some form of a timeshare could be on tap. Meanwhile, the odds of the likes of Damien Williams, Daniel Thomas or Isaiah Pead making a significant impact for Miami this season appear diminished by Monday's roster move.

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Dolphins' Arian Foster: Inks deal with Dolphins
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Dolphins and Foster (Achilles) agreed to a contract Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

After getting a baseline on Foster's recovery from a torn Achilles in late March, the Dolphins' medical staff must have been impressed enough with his recovery on his second go-around Monday to give the front office the thumb's up. Considering his age (30 next month) and the fact he's nine months removed from the devastating injury, he'll more than likely ease into training camp. However, his competition includes two unproven products -- second-year back Jay Ajayi and rookie Kenyan Drake (hamstring) -- which provides a path to relevance for Foster. On the other hand, the final stages of Foster's rehab will ultimately dictate when he'll be able to make an impact.

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Dolphins' Kiko Alonso: Could take snaps at tight end in 2016
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Alonso, regarding the possibility of taking snaps at tight end in 2016, said, "In a goal-line situation, I'm ready to jump into the field. I have some specific plays at hand, but I won't reveal them," reports.

Alonso played some tight end in high school, and although he may be fully capable of playing on the offensive side of the ball, Miami resigned Jordan Cameron, added MarQueis Gray and retained Dion Sims this offseason. However, Cameron and Sims both disappointed in 2015, and Gray is coming off a season spent largely on IR with a broken forearm. The most significant aspect of Alonso's remarks is how he mentioned there are already plays designed for him, but the Dolphins may simply be constructing an insurance policy should their top three tight end options suffer injuries or prove ineffective yet again.

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