Miami Dolphins

Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium | Coach: Adam Gase
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense24th114.0 (9th)218.8 (26th)
Defense29th140.4 (30th)242.2 (15th)


1:00 pm EDT
Sun Sep 10
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Sep 17
at LAC
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Sep 24
at NYJ
9:30 am EDT
Sun Oct 1
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 8
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 15
at ATL
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 22
8:25 pm EDT
Thu Oct 26
at BAL
8:30 pm EST
Sun Nov 5
8:30 pm EST
Mon Nov 13
at CAR
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 26
at NE
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 3
8:30 pm EST
Mon Dec 11
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 17
at BUF
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 24
at KC
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 31


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Dolphins' Rashawn Scott: Nursing foot injury
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Scott is dealing with a foot injury, Charles Trainor Jr. of The Miami Herald reports.

Scott was known to have missed out on the final portion of OTAs, but the injury he was tending to wasn't previously clear. The Dolphins are "hopeful" he'll be ready in time for training camp.

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Dolphins' Koa Misi: Awaiting clearance to return to field
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Misi (neck) is still awaiting clearance to return to the field, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.

Misi underwent spinal fusion surgery after suffering a neck injury early in 2016 and was anticipating being cleared by May. However, that time came and went without Misi getting the thumbs up from a team doctor. The Dolphins likely would have cut him instead of restructuring his contract this offseason if they weren't optimistic he'll be able to play in 2017, but his eventual availability is nonetheless far from guaranteed.

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Dolphins' DeVante Parker: Getting hype from coaching staff
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen expects Parker to have a big season,'s James Walker reports. "I really think he'll have a great, big year -- a gigantic year for us," Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said of Parker. "That would be huge. It helps with the quarterback. It helps with your running game. It helps everything."

The No. 14 overall pick in the 2015 draft, Parker seemingly has been hampered by injuries and questionable conditioning more than his total of three missed games in two seasons suggests. Dolphins coach Adam Gase hinted that the 24-year-old wideout didn't pay enough attention to details the past two years while attempting to coast on the talent that made him an early pick. Parker seems to get the message that he'll need a more dedicated approach if he wants to venture beyond mediocrity and into stardom, as he revamped his diet, sleep schedule and preventative injury work during the offseason. Parker shouldn't have too much trouble topping last season's 90 targets if he stays healthy, but there are still concerns about workload upside in an offense which also features Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills, RB Jay Ajayi and TE Julius Thomas. Should he truly reach his potential, Parker could push ahead of Landry as the team's top target and quickly put those questions to rest .

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Dolphins' Jarvis Landry: Won't discuss extension once season begins
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Landry's agent said any talks about a long-term contract extension will have to take place before Week 1, The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reports.

Landry carries a base salary of $893,850 as he enters the final season of his rookie contract, and while it sounds as if negotiations haven't really started, the Dolphins likely will approach him with an offer in the coming months. If no deal is reached, the team could keep him around next offseason with the franchise tag, which likely would cost around $15 million -- an unprecedented salary for a possession receiver who primarily operates from the slot. The Dolphins probably hope to avoid such a scenario, though it's possible the team would be comfortable with that figure, as Landry can make a strong argument that he's the NFL's top slot receiver. He seems to have maintained a good relationship with the team, never threatening to holdout at any point this offseason. Expect the two sides to eventually agree on a multi-year deal, be it this offseason or next.

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Dolphins' Jay Ajayi: Working on receiving skills
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ajayi is focused on improving his pass-catching skills in order to avoid leaving the field on some third-down situations this season, ESPN's James Walker reports.

Ajayi broke out to the tune of 1,272 rushing yards, eight touchdowns and a Pro-Bowl selection last season, but he caught just 27 passes for 151 yards in the process. In an effort to elevate his game further, the 2015 fifth-rounder has pinpointed his receiving skills for improvement this offseason. According to the report, Ajayi already appears more fluid in his route running this year, which bodes well for an uptick in production. Along with featuring on more third downs, the fact that Ajayi is the Dolphins' unquestioned starter this season -- compared to not earning that role until Week 5 last term -- certainly seems to favor his stock.

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