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A clear-eyed look at Cameron Wake, Robert Quinn and the Dolphins’ disappointing pass rush

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Time has come to ask a serious, albeit sacrilegious, question: What’s wrong with Cameron Wake and Robert Quinn? And can it be fixed? Wake and Quinn were supposed to be … Click to Continue »

Texans players dismissive of Dolphins’ Osweiler and Howard ahead of Thursday night matchup

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A six-pack of Dolphins notes on a Tuesday: ▪ Two Texans players verbally dismissed Dolphins players on Tuesday as the teams prepare for Thursday’s matchup in Houston. Texans receiver DeAndre … Click to Continue »

Breaking down the tape: What happened to the Miami Dolphins’ run defense?

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When a team runs the football for 248 yards on your defense, you have a problem. It’s not just that you gave up 248 rushing yards, although that is hard … Click to Continue »

Dolphins rookie Mike Gesicki has a simple plan to improve: Stop thinking, start playing

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With the Miami Dolphins attempting to rally midway through the third quarter against the Detroit Lions, Mike Gesicki caught a third-down pass from Brock Osweiler on a short crossing route … Click to Continue »

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Miami Hurricanes running back Lorenzo Lingard to undergo surgery for knee injury

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More misfortune for the University of Miami football program. University of Miami freshman running back Lorenzo Lingard, the former five-star recruit considered by 247Sports the No. 2 tailback in the … Click to Continue »

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Heat mailbag: Have the big-big lineups been effective to start the season?

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The Miami Herald’s Heat mailbag will be a weekly feature throughout the season and offseason. It’s here to answer your questions about the team. If you weren’t able to ask … Click to Continue »

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Is Harris heading trending toward a lost season? More bad news for first-rounder

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Defensive end Charles Harris will miss his third consecutive game with an injured calf, Dolphins coach Adam Gase told reporters Tuesday. That means Harris, the Dolphins’ first-round pick in 2017, … Click to Continue »

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Two Miami Hurricanes defensive backs named semifinalists for Jim Thorpe Award

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They both returned to earn their degrees and finish their college football careers with their brothers. University of Miami safety Jaquan Johnson and cornerback Michael Jackson have made their final … Click to Continue »

This ex-NFL player has been a key in turning around the Miami Christian football program

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Early in 2017, Miami Christian approached former NFL safety Nick Turnbull with a proposal: Help build their football program from the ground up. Turnbull presented a plan, a schedule, and … Click to Continue »

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Albert Wilson injury is the Miami Dolphins’ most significant of 2018

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As he was leaving Hard Rock Stadium Sunday, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson ran across head coach Adam Gase and mostly wanted to talk about how he almost scored … Click to Continue »

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His agent torched the Dolphins. On Monday, DeVante Parker tried to put out the fire.

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DeVante Parker’s agent might think Adam Gase is a dishonest coach who has done his client wrong. But Parker insists he does not think that way. A day after James … Click to Continue »

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Hey refs: Xavien Howard thinks DeAndre Hopkins gets away with something he shouldn’t

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No rest for the weary on a short week, and the weary’s name is Xavien Howard. A day after Howard’s secondary allowed Detroit quarterback Matt Stafford to complete all but … Click to Continue »

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UM Hurricanes redacted from indictment as college basketball trial heads to deliberation

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Court adjourned at United States v. James Gatto on Monday, but not before one last piece of good news for the Miami Hurricanes. Both sides at the trial in New … Click to Continue »

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Miami Hurricanes QB N’Kosi Perry flashes money in video

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“He didn’t break any laws. He didn’t break any NCAA rules. He’s in good standing, but the image is not good. He’s just got to be more mature and more wise in what he does," said UM coach Mark Richt. … Click to Continue »

Here’s the latest on Ryan Tannehill and what the team expects to change this week

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Quarterback Ryan Tannehill will miss his third consecutive game Thursday but will resume throwing this week, coach Adam Gase said Monday. In his absence, Brock Osweiler will make a third … Click to Continue »

Updates on Wilson, Stills and the most half-hearted DeVante Parker endorsement yet

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Here’s how things stand for the Dolphins offense heading into their only prime-time game of the year: Their best offensive player (Albert Wilson) spent Monday flying to see a specialist … Click to Continue »

Jeter wants his Marlins to be winners. And this move Monday shows he means business

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If Derek Jeter is serious about winning, then Monday was a good day. He got three Victors for the price of two. “Victor-y is ours!” he ought to have proclaimed. … Click to Continue »

Monday, Oct 22

Adam Gase is not about ‘incompetence.’ So far he’s about something that might be worse

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On a day the Miami Dolphins lose a wide receiver (Albert Wilson) for a “significant” amount of time with a hip injury and finish the game with only two receivers … Click to Continue »

Dolphins are running out of receivers. More bad injury news for Miami.

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NFL life comes at you fast. Just ask DeVante Parker, who in the span of 24 hours went from an apparent healthy scratch to a likely starter. Injuries crushed the … Click to Continue »

Dolphins receiver Albert Wilson to miss ‘significant time’ with hip injury

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The agent for Dolphins receiver Albert Wilson said Sunday night that Wilson’s hip injury will cause him to miss “significant time.” Agent Drew Rosenhaus, appearing in his weekly Sports Xtra … Click to Continue »

Reasons for Miami Dolphins’ failures? New one every week

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So, who to blame this week? Because there are multiple candidates, you know. The Miami Dolphins lost to the Detroit Lions 32-21 on Sunday and one supposes you can pin … Click to Continue »

Sunday, Oct 21

Miami Dolphins recap: Tannehill status for Houston, Parker trade talks, Wilson injury, and the loss to Detroit

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The Miami Dolphins expect to be without quarterback Ryan Tannehill in Thursday night’s game against the Houston Texans and will finalize that decision sometime on Monday, the Miami Herald has … Click to Continue »

Dolphins’ Albert Wilson leaves game with a hip injury — and it looked bad

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The Dolphins simply cannot catch a break. Albert Wilson, who has been the Dolphins’ best and most dynamic offensive player of the season, left the game Sunday early in the … Click to Continue »

Why Erik Spoelstra apologized to Rodney McGruder after the Heat’s loss to the Hornets

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Another solid early-season performance by Rodney McGruder ended on a somber note. With the Miami Heat and Charlotte Hornets tied in the waning seconds on Saturday night — after the … Click to Continue »

Miami Heat rally falls short in home-opening loss to Charlotte Hornets

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The Miami Heat’s home opener had the chance for a storybook ending when Dwyane Wade tied the game with a putback layup with 12.3 seconds left and erase a 26-point … Click to Continue »

Saturday, Oct 20

Teams reaching out to Dolphins about DeVante Parker

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The Dolphins have spoken to multiple teams about a trade involving receiver DeVante Parker but are not actively shopping him and would be fine keeping him, team sources told The … Click to Continue »

The Miami Marlins are expected to announce the signing of these two top Cuban players

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The arrival of the Mesa brothers to the Marlins is imminent. According to a source, the Marlins will announce that they have signed Víctor Víctor Mesa and Víctor Mesa Jr. … Click to Continue »

Dolphins players explain one thing that has changed about their team and why it has helped

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Ask players what’s the biggest difference with this Dolphins team and you get answers like this: “The camaraderie is at an all-time high,” Reshad Jones said. “There’s definitely more chemistry … Click to Continue »

Panthers beat Stanley Cup champion Capitals for first victory of the season

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Don’t call the Florida Panthers winless anymore. The team that began the season 0-2-2 with each game decided by one goal held a three-goal lead after the first period against … Click to Continue »

Friday, Oct 19

Hundred of the best 35-to-45-year-old tennis players will compete in this event

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While most South Florida tennis fans feel that the U.S. Open marks the end of the season, they could still satisfy their thirst for top-notch viewing by attending the ITF … Click to Continue »

Before this Dolphins receiver was eluding NFL defenders, he was chasing chickens

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So how do you go from undrafted and overlooked to leading the league in yards per catch and breaking more tackles per reception than any other NFL receiver during the … Click to Continue »

The legend of Nick O’Leary is off to a strong start with his hometown Miami Dolphins

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It was a simple play on a second-and-goal. Dolphins quarterback Brock Osweiler, making an impromptu start against the Chicago Bears because Ryan Tannehill was injured, dropped back five steps from … Click to Continue »

More reasons emerge why Richt went back to Rosier. And three surprising playing time developments

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A six-pack of Hurricanes notes on a Thursday evening: ▪ UM coach Mark Richt has explained his decision to start Malik Rosier instead of N’Kosi Perry on Oct. 26 against … Click to Continue »

Thursday, Oct 18

Hey Belichick: Bobby McCain was indeed hurt (and heard you). But he’s healthy again

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Bobby McCain literally had insult added to his injury. McCain hurt his knee against the Patriots in Week 4 seriously enough to keep him out of the next two games. … Click to Continue »

What is Heat’s Erik Spoelstra worth as a head coach? Apparently, a lot

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Erik Spoelstra earned the respect of his peers from around the NBA a long time ago. But in Spoelstra’s 11th season as the Heat’s head coach, some inside and around … Click to Continue »

Miami coach Mark Richt has variety of reasons for perceived offensive line struggles

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The Miami Hurricanes had traveled half the field to start the second half when coach Mark Richt encountered a critical decision. Miami started at its 25-yard line and, with 11 … Click to Continue »

Here’s how poorly the Hurricanes’ offense ranks nationally and how Richt can fix it

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Mark Richt said he’s spending the bye week evaluating everything about Miami’s offense, a process that led him to announce on Wednesday that Malik Rosier will start at quarterback on … Click to Continue »