Miami Dolphins

Stadium: Sun Life Stadium | Coach: Joe Philbin
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense14th117.0 (12th)233.1 (17th)
Defense12th121.1 (24th)222.3 (6th)


Sun Sep 7
W 33 - 20NE
Sun Sep 14
L 29 - 10at BUF
Sun Sep 21
L 34 - 15KC
Sun Sep 28
W 38 - 14at OAK
Sun Oct 12
L 27 - 24GB
Sun Oct 19
W 27 - 14at CHI
Sun Oct 26
W 27 - 13at JAC
Sun Nov 2
W 37 - 0SD
Sun Nov 9
L 20 - 16at DET
Thu Nov 13
W 22 - 9BUF
Sun Nov 23
L 39 - 36at DEN
Mon Dec 1
W 16 - 13at NYJ
Sun Dec 7
L 28 - 13BAL
Sun Dec 14
L 41 - 13at NE
Sun Dec 21
W 37 - 35MIN
Sun Dec 28
L 37 - 24NYJ


New England12-4-04-2-0
New York4-12-01-5-0
Report: Louisville's Parker to visit with Ravens, Titans, Dolphins
by Michael Hurcomb |

Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker is scheduled to visit with the Ravens leading up to the NFL Draft, league sources told The Baltimore Sun. Parker, who is a projected first-round pick, is also scheduled to visit with the Titans and Dolphins.

The 6-foot-3, 209-pound all-conference selection finished his college career with 2,775 receiving yards and 33 touchdowns. At the NFL combine, Parker ran the 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds and bench pressed 225 pounds 17 times. He also had a 36.5-inch vertical leap and a 10-5 broad jump.

Parker missed the first seven games of his senior year due to a foot injury, but once active, he averaged seven catches and close to 150 yards per game over his six appearances. He finished the season with 43 catches for 855 yards and five touchdowns.

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Dolphins DE Derrick Shelby signs RFA tender
by Jason Butt |

Dolphins defensive end Derrick Shelby has signed his restricted free agent tender, the organization announced on Thursday. 

Shelby's tender is of the second-round variety. He's set to earn $2.35 million next season. Shelby has registered 5 1/2 sacks and one interception in his NFL career.

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Dolphins LB Koa Misi, DE Dion Jordan staying at positions
by Dave Peters |

Dolphins Inside linebacker Koa Misi and defensive end Dion Jordan will remain at their respective positions for the time being, according to the Sun Sentinel.

Head coach Joe Philbin talked about Misi's ankle injury and how it affected his play last season. But the coach also likes what that have in Misi.

"We like the way he plays defensive football. We think he plays fast, physical and tough," Philbin said of Misi.

Jordan, the team's first overall draft choice in 2013, will stay at defensive end for now, as the team still believes he can get after the passer from the position.

"We want to get his training there [on the line] to improve so he can continually develop his pass rushing ability. If we play him at linebacker, move him there full time when is he going to practice rushing the passer?" Philbin reasoned. "That doesn't mean he'll never cover a tight end again. But that's kind of where we are right now."

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Report: Lions don't plan to file tampering charges regarding Suh
by Michael Hurcomb |

The Lions have no plans to pursue tampering charges against the Dolphins over defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh, a source told the Detroit Free Press

Suh agreed to terms on a six-year, $114-million deal with the Dolphins about 24 hours into the free-agent negotiating period. The parameters of the deal were leaked to the media days before the official start of free agency on March 10, according to The Palm Beach Post. Even though the Lions don't plan to pursue this matter, the NFL still has the right to initiate their own investigation.

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said Tuesday the league has not contacted him about a tampering investigation. NFL spokesperson Michael Signora declined comment.

"That's a league issue, you have to ask them," Lions president Tom Lewand said. "That's a league policy, that's a league issue. That's a league matter for them to decide."

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Dolphins Joe Philbin excited about WR Kenny Stills and TE Jordan Cameron
by Dave Peters |

Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin is excited about the overhaul of the receiving corps, notably the additions of tight end Jordan Cameron and wide receiver Kenny Stills, according to the team's official website.

Philbin started off by complimenting Cameron.

“I would say the one thing that (Cameron brings)?would be big skill if I can just throw out that term,”?Philbin said. “He’s a little bit bigger than the tight ends we’ve had. He still runs very very well. I think that’s maybe a little bit of a different dimension. I think the down the middle of the field potentially you might see us attack the middle of the field a hair more. We’re excited about him.” 

The head coach went on to talk about how Stills fit into the Dolphins' offense.

“We thought he was a really good scheme fit in our offense,”?Philbin said. “I thought he had good production. A couple of things that stood out, we kind of a did a study of receivers in the league that had at least 50 catches and one of the things we liked about him, I think he was targeted about 84 times and I think he had 63 receptions. So he was second, I believe, in the league in terms of, if you throw him the ball, he’s going to catch it. We liked the fact that, when the quarterbacks threw him the ball, a high percentage of the time there were completed passes. That was one thing. We thought he was productive on third down. Statistically, conversions on third down. He fit what we do. I thought he’s a good route runner. He has good hands. His speed is good. I thought schematically he was a good fit.” 

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