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Miami Dolphins training camp stories: 53-man roster projection (offense)

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports The Miami Dolphins are back to football this week, with the rookies already at the team’s training facility while the veterans will report on Wednesday. We have made it through the offseason and are getting close to talking on-field football activities. The Dolphins now start the process of taking the 90-man preseason roster and working out who will make the team’s 53-man regular season roster. Since the veterans report on Wednesday - with the first day of...

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Public reminder for Miami Dolphins fans, Josh Rosen has done nothing yet

The Miami Dolphins will start camp in two days when the veterans join the rookies at the team’s training facility. Josh Rosen will be there. When the Miami Dolphins made a day two trade for quarterback Josh Rosen, the Cardinals 2018 first-round draft pick, some fans booed, some applauded, but one thing was certain, a […] Public reminder for Miami Dolphins fans, Josh Rosen has done nothing yet - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Dolphins waive defensive back Jamar Summers

It was a short stay in South Florida for defensive back Jamar Summers. Summers, who the Dolphins signed mid-May after the folding of the Alliance of American Football (AAF), spent just over two months with the Dolphins but now appears to be a casualty of the depth in Miami’s secondary. Summers, who last played for the Birmingham Iron and was one of the league’s interception leaders (3) when the season folded, played his college football at Connecticut and has spent time with the...

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NFL.com's Shaun O'Hara predicts winner of Dolphins QB competition

The Miami Dolphins enter training camp this week with a complete free-for-all melee awaiting quarterbacks Josh Rosen and Ryan Fitzpatrick. These two will go play for play in hopes of convincing head coach Brian Flores that they should be the one to be under center when the Dolphins face off against the Baltimore Ravens in early September as the starting quarterback. The expectation for Dolphins fans after organized team activities (OTAs) this spring? That Ryan Fitzpatrick is going to nail...

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Dolphins waive DL Kendrick Norton with non-football injury designation

The Miami Dolphins have officially waived injured defensive lineman Kendrick Norton. Norton, who lost his left arm in an automobile accident earlier this month, has rebounded quickly from the tragic accident — he was out and about at Hard Rock Stadium over the weekend to help create awareness for a blood drive hosted by the Dolphins. But the Dolphins inevitably had to make a roster move with Norton, who as of yesterday morning was still on the active roster. No longer, according to...

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Dolphins place 3 veterans on physically unable to perform list

The posturing for the start of 2019 training camp continues for the Miami Dolphins — they’ve placed three veteran players on the active physically unable to perform (PUP) list ahead of this week’s kickoff to training camp. The three veterans added to the active PUP list are: Tight End Dwayne Allen Cornerback Cordrea Tankersley Linebacker Mike Hull Each of these three veterans can be removed from the PUP at any point and are allowed to workout with the team — but they are not allowed...

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Dolphins claim offensive lineman Will Holden off waivers

The offensive line competition in Miami this summer just got a little more intense — the Dolphins have added offensive lineman Will Holden to the mix as a waiver addition from the Arizona Cardinals. Holden, who was a 5th-round draft selection in the 2017 NFL Draft out of Vanderbilt, has logged a handful of starts over the course of his career with Arizona before bouncing between the Cardinals, the Colts and the Saints in 2018. Holden does provide some guard/tackle flexibility, meaning...

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The Splash Zone 7/22/19: Dolphins Waive Kendrick Norton

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Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

The Dolphins made some roster movers yesterday which included Kendrick Norton being waived. By waiving him and putting him on the reserve/non-football injury list, the team can pay him his full salary. The Dolphins also placed three players on the PUP list. Dwayne Allen, Mike Hull, and Cordrea Tankersley will...

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Kendrick Norton Waived by Dolphins, Will Get Full Salary After Losing Arm

The Dolphins waived defensive tackle Kendrick Norton, who lost his arm in a car accident. 

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Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion ) 07/21/2019

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With training camp finally starting up this week which player trade do you think the Dolphins might or in your mind should attempt to make to improve a weakness on the team? Every season it seems as if we have a wealth at some position, a position that some other team lacks depth at but also had depth at a position that we are in need of. With that in mind whats your trade idea?

As well as this almost nightly post serving as the Phinsider Question Of...

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Kendrick Norton Waived by Dolphins Following Arm Amputation After Car Crash

Defensive tackle Kendrick Norton will reportedly remain with the Miami Dolphins in a different capacity even though his left arm was amputated. On Sunday, ESPN.com reported the AFC East team waived him with a non-football injury designation...

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Miami Dolphins football is HERE!

?Take a deep breath in through your nose. Can you smell it? The freshly mowed grass, the newly drawn field lines, the helmets and pads of men tackling and colliding with each other. Football season is here, so you better buckle up, clear your calendar until January, schedule your fantasy football drafts, and get ready for some Miami Dolphins football! Who can forget that the last we saw the Miami Dolphins playing a meaningful football game, they were a few games out of the AFC Wild Card...

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Dolphins wave DT Kendrick Norton with NFI designation

The car accident that resulted in Dolphins rookie Kendrick Norton needing to have one of his arms amputated at the scene led to the team waiving him Sunday. The Dolphins announced they waived the defensive tackle with an non-football injury designation. Norton, 22, will not play football again, but this transaction will allow him to collect a rookie salary from the Dolphins. He will revert to the team’s reserve/NFI list. Norton caught on with the Dolphins in December 2018, when the team...

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Dolphins make minor roster moves as rookies report to training camp

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Football is back, baby!

The lull between OTAs and training camp has finally coming to an end. Which means the beginning of football season is quickly approaching. And although we are still very, very early in the process, it is never too soon for teams to put a plan in place for those hindered by injury or medical issues.

Today, that’s exactly what the Miami Dolphins did when they placed tight end Dwayne Allen, linebacker Mike...

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Dolphins waive, will pay DT Norton, who lost arm

Kendrick Norton had his left arm amputated following a car crash near Miami earlier this month.

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Dolphins waive Kendrick Norton with NFI designation

The Miami Dolphins have reportedly waived Kendrick Norton, who lost an arm due to a recent car accident, with a non-football injury designation, per Field Yates of ESPN. The NFI designation allows the Dolphins to continue paying Norton his full salary, while also freeing up a roster spot ahead of training camp. Originally a seventh-round pick out of the University of Miami by the Carolina Panthers, the former Hurricanes star signed on with Miami’s practice squad last December. Norton was...

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Miami Dolphins training camp stories: Camp soft opening today with rookies reporting

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Welcome to the start of the Miami Dolphins’ 2019 training camp. Well, at least the soft opening for training camp. The Dolphins elected to have their rookies report early this year, with that magical date coming today. The veterans will report on Wednesday.

The Dolphins have 26 rookies on the roster, almost one-third of the team’s allocated 90-man preseason roster. The team is looking to rebuild its foundation and look toward long-term success rather...

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Which non-QB in the NFL would be the best addition to the Dolphins?

The Miami Dolphins roster could certainly use a few upgrades — but we already knew that. The Dolphins’ needs span from a sure thing at quarterback, some effective offensive line play across the board and some boosts to the pass rush. Only every major position on the team, no big deal. Perhaps there are some answers lingering on the roster. The Dolphins will certainly get the chance to address their needs come next offseason with all of their 2020 NFL Draft capital. But what if we could...

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Sports Illustrated predicts a 3-13 season for the Miami Dolphins

Sports Illustrated’s Conor Orr undertook the unenviable task of predicting the final outcome for each of the NFL’s 256 scheduled contests for the regular season last week, unveiling the final outcome for each of the NFL’s 32 franchises. For Miami, Orr forecasts a difficult 3-13 season in 2019 — so much so that he considers the Dolphins a “high-percentage favorite for the No. 1 pick in 2020”. Here’s what Orr had to say about the Dolphins in its entirety: “I tried to find them...

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Miami Dolphins open training camp with rookies reporting

The wait is finally over but it will take a few more days until Miami Dolphins fans will get their first look at this year’s training camp team. Today the Miami Dolphins open their training camp season with the rookies reporting. Veterans will follow in a few days on the 24th. The opening of camp […] Miami Dolphins open training camp with rookies reporting - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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