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Dolphins' Raekwon McMillan: Dealing with injury
McMillan has an undisclosed injury that is holding him out of OTA practices, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
McMillan is likely being held out as a precaution. He reportedly is expected to return to practices fairly soon.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Dwayne Allen: Dealing with undisclosed injury
Allen did not participate in OTAs on Tuesday due to an undisclosed injury, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Head coach Brian Flores did not add any specifics regarding Allen's injury, which likely means it isn't anything too serious, especially at this point in the offseason. The veteran tight end signed a two-year deal with the Dolphins back in March.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Cordrea Tankersley: Not participating in OTAs
Tankersley is still dealing with a torn ACL and is not practicing during OTAs, Omar Kelly of The Sun Sentinel reports.
This news isn't surprising, given the fact that Tankersley suffered the injury in early November and was looking at a 9-to-12-month recovery. Furthermore, Tankersley is likely to land on the physically unable to perform list to start the season, per Kelly. The 25-year-old's absence won't effect the defense much, considering Bobby McCain and recently-signed Xavien Howard will be back for 2019 after taking a significant portion of the cornerback snaps last season.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Isaac Asiata: Going to injured reserve
Dotson (undisclosed) reverted to IR on Friday after clearing waivers, per the NFL transactions page.
After spending most of 2018 on Miami's practice squad, he was promoted to the active roster for the final two months of the season. His development has suffered a snag, though, as he picked up an undisclosed injury during the offseason program.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Ricardo Louis: Dealing with knee injury
Louis is dealing with a knee injury, not a neck injury, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
There was speculation that Louis was still suffering from the neck injury that kept him sidelined for the entire 2018 campaign. Regardless, the Auburn product is ineligible to return for the 2019 season after not being able to get medical clearance from the Dolphins due to this possibly career-threatening injury.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Ricardo Louis: Missing another season
Louis (neck) has been placed on injured reserve, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Lous spent the entire 2018 campaign on injured reserve with the Browns while recovering from a neck injury. He then signed with Miami in April, but it turns out he wasn't able to get medical clearance from the team. The 2016 fourth-round pick seems to be dealing with a career-threatening injury.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Rob Rolle: Sent to IR
Rolle (undisclosed) was placed on the waived/injured list by the Dolphins on Tuesday per the NFL's Transaction page.
Rolle was recently signed as an undrafted free agent Thursday but will stay with the team on injured reserve. The Villanova product won't count against the roster limit, and his injury is unknown.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Connor Hilland: Clears waivers
Hilland (undisclosed) was placed on the waived/injured list by the Dolphins on Tuesday, according to the NFL's Transaction page.
Hilland spent the 2018 season on Miami's practice squad after he was signed as an undrafted free agent next season. The extent of the injury isn't known, but he won't count against the team's 90-man roster limit.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Jakeem Grant: Limited to start OTAs
Grant (Achilles) was a limited participant in the first day of OTAs on Tuesday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Grant has been rehabbing from a season-ending Achilles injury since he underwent surgery back in November, but it looks like the speedster is close to returning to full health. Given that it's early in the offseason, the Dolphins don't really have a reason to rush Grant back into action, especially since his primary role will likely be in the return game.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Albert Wilson: Absent to start OTAs
Wilson (hip) did not participate in the first day of OTAs, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Wilson has been rehabbing a fracture and labrum tear in his hip since October, when the wideout was placed on injured reserve. He was expected to be back by the start of the team's offseason programs in April, but he still has not seen the field. Wilson is expected to start the season as the Dolphins' top option in the slot, and he still has a couple months to get healthy for the start of training.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Ryan Fitzpatrick: Taking first-team reps
Fitzpatrick took first-team reps at quarterback during OTAs on Tuesday, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
While the Dolphins acquired young quarterback Josh Rosen via trade during the draft, Fitzpatrick is going to get every chance to compete with the youngster. There's no word yet if Fitzpatrick is the favorite, or if Tuesday's gesture was made due to the fact that he's the more tenured competitor. Even if Fitzpatrick does end up winning the job for Week 1, he may not hold onto it for long, as Miami may want to see what it has with its young quarterback on a roster going through a rebuild.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Mark Walton: Signing with Dolphins
Walton signed a contract with the Dolphins on Sunday.
Walton was waived by Cincinnati on April 6 after being arrested a few days earlier for the third time this year -- including felony charges of carrying a concealed weapon, marijuana possession and reckless driving all stemming from an incident near Miami on March 12. The Miami product will join a backfield populated by Kenyan Drake, Kalen Ballage, Myles Gaskin and Kenneth Farrow. Walton saw an extremely limited role with the Bengals last season, logging just 75 scrimmage yards off 19 touches over 14 games.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Xavien Howard: Signs five-year extension
Howard signed a five-year, $76.5 million contract with the Dolphins on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Howard's new contract makes him the highest paid cornerback in the NFL. He's coming off a 2018 season that saw him record 35 tackles and 12 passes defensed, including seven interceptions in 12 games, en route to his first Pro Bowl appearance. He's entering his fourth season in 2019 and will aim to continue improving on the strong play from a year ago.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Jordan Mills: Signing with Miami
Mills is signing a one-year, $3 million contract with the Dolphins, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Mills was one of the best remaining free agents on the market and he immediately figures to be the favorite to open the 2019 season as the Dolphins' starting right tackle.... See More ... See Less
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