Miami Dolphins

Stadium: Sun Life Stadium | Coach: Joe Philbin
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense25th90.0 (25th)222.9 (18th)
Defense20th124.9 (21st)234.5 (16th)
2014 Draft
119Jawuan JamesOTTENN
263Jarvis LandryWRLSU
367Billy TurnerOTNDST
4125Walt AikensCBLIB
5155Arthur LynchTEUGA
5171Jordan TrippOLBMT
6190Matt HazelWRCSTCAR
7234Terrence FedeDEMARIST


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Lamar Miller taking advantage of opportunity
by Larry Hartstein |

With Knowshon Moreno (knee) on the PUP list, Dolphins running back Lamar Miller is staking a strong claim to the starting job.

"I like everything he’s done, really," coach Joe Philbin said. "He’s a guy that this is year three and, as I’ve said before, I think his first year, I want to say he had about 150 yards rushing. Last year, he had around 700-and-change. Now, it’s his third year. He knows the expectations. He knows what the job description and requirements are of a running back in the National Football League.

"I anticipate he’s going to have a very good season and I think he’s off to a good start."

Miller ran for 250 yards as a rookie, 709 yards last year.

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Dion Jordan standing out early
by Larry Hartstein |

Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan is having a strong training camp thus far, reports On Sunday he had a pick-six on Ryan Tannehill, and on Tuesday he had at least one would-be sack in team drills, the report said.

Jordan, however, is suspended for four regular-season games for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

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RB Damien Williams displaying 'second gear'
by Larry Hartstein |

Dolphins running back Damien Williams, an undrafted free agent who starred at Oklahoma before getting dismissed from the program, is opening eyes at training camp. Coach Joe Philbin said Williams has good hands and "a little bit of a second gear."

"I think he’s got that explosiveness," Philbin continued. "He shuffled one or two times today on a draw, I know we corrected him one time where he kind of danced in the hole a little bit, but typically he’s been decisive. When he really makes up his mind, you kind of see him moving away from people. I think he catches the ball well, I like what he’s done so far."

Williams (5-11, 222 pounds) ran for 946 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2012 with Oklahoma. He dealt with an ankle injury last year before getting dismissed in November.

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Sam Brenner carted off
by Larry Hartstein |

Dolphins backup center Sam Brenner went down during an 11-on-11 drill Tuesday and was carted off the field with his right shoe removed, reports the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Brenner started four games as a rookie last year after going undrafted out of Utah.

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Dolphins make roster moves
by Larry Hartstein |

The Dolphins signed offensive tackles Tony Hills and Steven Baker and cut wideout Gerald Ford, reports the National Football Post.

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