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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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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Dolphins let go of Michael Philipp
by Larry Hartstein |

The Dolphins released offensive lineman Michael Philipp.

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Mike Wallace likes the variety in new offense
by Larry Hartstein |

Dolphins wideout Mike Wallace was planted on the right side last season. This year, in Bill Lazor's offense, he's moving all over the formation

“I love it,” Wallace told the Sun-Sentinel. "He just brings a different type of excitement to the table. I love [former OC Mike] Sherman, but coach Lazor’s a real different type of guy. So I’m really excited about it."

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Lamar Miller 'stronger than he's ever been'
by Larry Hartstein |

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin praised running back Lamar Miller's performance after the team's first padded practice. Miller added five pounds of muscle this offseason with the hope of breaking more tackles and doing better in pass protection.

"I want to say he weighed in at 221 (pounds) or something like that and he looks good, he looks stronger than he’s ever been," Philbin said. "I don’t think he’s sacrificed any speed whatsoever."

With Knowshon Moreno (knee) on the PUP list, Miller has a chance to put a grip on the starting tailback job.

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Brandon Gibson does not finish practice
by Larry Hartstein |

Dolphins receiver Brandon Gibson, who's coming back from a torn patellar tendon, did not complete the team's first padded practice. He watched the end of practice with ice on his left knee, reports The Sun Sentinel.

It was unclear if Gibson reinjured his knee or if he was being held out as a precaution, according to the Palm Beach Post.

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