Miami Dolphins

Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium | Coach: Adam Gase
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense25th86.8 (28th)220.9 (17th)
Defense16th110.5 (13th)225.2 (16th)

Schedule

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Thu Aug 10
W 23 - 20ATL
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Thu Aug 17
L 7 - 31BAL
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Thu Aug 24
L 31 - 38@PHI
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Thu Aug 31
W 30 - 9@MIN
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Sun Sep 10
CancelledTB
Sun Sep 17
W 19 - 17@LAC
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Sun Sep 24
L 6 - 20@NYJ
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Sun Oct 1
L 0 - 20NO
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Sun Oct 8
W 16 - 10TEN
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Sun Oct 15
W 20 - 17@ATL
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Sun Oct 22
W 31 - 28NYJ
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Thu Oct 26
L 0 - 40@BAL
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Sun Nov 5
L 24 - 27OAK
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Mon Nov 13
L 21 - 45@CAR
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Sun Nov 19
L 20 - 30TB
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Sun Nov 26
L 17 - 35@NE
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Sun Dec 3
W 35 - 9DEN
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Mon Dec 11
W 27 - 20NE
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Sun Dec 17
L 16 - 24@BUF
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Sun Dec 24
L 13 - 29@KC
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Sun Dec 31
L 16 - 22BUF
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Standings

AFC
East
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
New England13-3-05-1-0
Buffalo9-7-03-3-0
Miami6-10-02-4-0
New York5-11-02-4-0
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Dolphins' Jermon Bushrod: Undergoes arm surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bushrod underwent surgery in January to repair his right arm but expects to be back to full strength for the start of Organized Team Activities in April, Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

Bushrod was sidelined for the Dolphins' final six games last season due to a foot injury, but it appears that's no longer an issue for the 33-year-old. Instead, his focus has shifted to rehabbing the arm, though he doesn't view it as a concern heading into offseason workouts. It remains uncertain if Bushrod will attend OTAs with the Dolphins or another team, as he's set to become an unrestricted free agent March 14 and may not be re-signed by Miami after Jesse Davis filled in admirably at right guard in the second half of the season to solidify a starting spot in 2018. If Bushrod expresses no interest in returning to the Dolphins in a backup role or attracts little attention from other teams, he acknowledged that retirement is a possibility.

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Dolphins' Jarvis Landry: Receives franchise tag
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Landry will sign the Dolphins' franchise tag, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

It's a $16 million non-exclusive tag, meaning the wideout could still sign an offer sheet with another team but that team would have to forfeit two first-round picks to the Dolphins, a move that is highly unlikely. The three-time Pro Bowler is coming off a season in which he registered an NFL-leading 112 catches to go along with 987 receiving yards and nine touchdowns in 16 games. Landry's rookie contract ended after the 2017 season, which would have made him an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

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Dolphins' Andre Branch: Progressing well following surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Branch said Saturday that he's "ahead of schedule" in his recovery from Jan. 31 surgery to address an unspecified knee injury, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

Branch called the surgery "much needed" after the knee injury proved to be a hindrance during the 2017 season, with the defensive end regressing to 23 tackles and 4.5 sacks in 14 games after producing 49 stops and 5.5 sacks over 16 games in his first campaign in South Florida. Though the 29-year-old was non-committal when asked if he would take part in the Dolphins' offseason program, he's not expected to face many restrictions by the time training camp opens.

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Dolphins' T.J. McDonald: On track to resolve legal obligations
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McDonald said Saturday that he was confident that he would complete his court-mandated obligations stemming from his plea deal for a May 2016 DUI arrest before the start of the 2018 season, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. "I'm in the process of doing all of my community service and making sure I knock everything out," McDonald said.

The terms of McDonald's probation for the DUI arrest required him to complete 200 hours of community service and a three-month alcohol program, but a report surfaced in January that the veteran safety hadn't met either of those conditions. The courts granted him an extension to complete the obligations before he's scheduled to appear in front of a judge again in March, and it appears the offseason has opened up more free time for get himself back in good legal standing. After inking a lucrative four-year contract extension with Miami last September, McDonald should be locked into a starting role in 2018.

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