Miami Dolphins Hall of Famers Dan Marino and Don Shula reunited on Monday and documented that meeting with a picture on Twitter.
Former Dolphin Jonathan Martin, who left Miami after being harassed by former teammate Richie Incognito, has retired after signing with Carolina.
Former Dolphin Jonathan Martin retiring
The O-lineman, who was the target of a bullying issue while in Miami, has decided to call it a career, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. Martin joined the Panthers in the offseason after he was cut by the Niners.
The Dolphins hope Kenny Stills can fill that speed void on the outside vacated by Mike Wallace, who was traded this offseason
The Dolphins team site highlights five position battles to watch and two of them are on the offensive line.
The Miami Dolphins coaching staff is confident Lamar Miller can handle the loadÃ
Starting LT Branden Albert, rookie first-round pick DeVante Parker and kicker Caleb Sturgis all missed a significant portion of spring practices.
The Dolphins have finished 8-8 each of the past two years, but coach Joe Philbin told ESPN.com on Saturday that he didn't come to Miami to be average.
This week's edition of the Miami Dolphins Mailbag looks at the competition for the starting corner opposite Brent Grimes and Caleb Sturgis' status.
ESPN NFL Nation Dolphins reporter James Walker chats with Dari Nowkhah and Booger McFarland about the addition of Ndamukong Suh and the pressure facing Ryan Tannehill this upcoming season.
All eyes on Cameron in Miami
ESPN's James Walker: "The Dolphins are hoping former Pro Bowl TE Jordan Cameron stays healthy this year. Cameron can certainly help QB Ryan Tannehill but has a history of concussions in Cleveland."
What could go wrong with Miami's season
ESPN's James Walker: "There is a lot to like about this year's Dolphins. This is the most talented team, on paper, that I've covered in four seasons. But my four biggest concerns, in order, are (1) both guard positions, (2) coaching, (3) linebacker and (4) depth behind the starters."
Getting their money's worth
The Dolphins paid a lot for him, but Ndamukong Suh is clearly one of the league's best players. He comes in as the highest-ranked Dolphin on Bill Barnwell's list. Grantland: NFL top 100
Optimism is flowing high this summer with the Miami Dolphins, and quarterback Ryan Tannehill has been a tone-setter for a team with high expectations.
Quarterback Josh Freeman, who signed a one-year deal in April, was released by the Dolphins just days before the team opens training camp.
Training camp is just six days away for the Miami Dolphins. With that in mind, let's take a look at key players who must have a big year.
The starting lineup projection for the 2015 Miami Dolphins.
Key position battles include those at cornerback, offensive guard and defensive tackle.
The goal of Miami's front office was to acquire more athletic and physical receivers who better fit the skills of quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Friday from around the web:
Miami cornerback Brent Grimes has matched or surpassed five interceptions three times in his career, including last season.
Sometimes it is the unsung bargains who help get teams into the playoffs. Here is a look at the best values defensively for the Dolphins.
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Thursday from around the Web:
Two Dolphins in part one of Top 100
Two previously unheralded defenders have become stars in Miami. Cameron Wake (formerly of the CFL) and Brent Grimes (an undrafted free agent in 2006) both make Bill Barnwell's list. Grantland: NFL rankings 61-100
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