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2018 Schedule
6-10, 3rd in AFC East
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Landry: I didn't have good bond with Tannehill

Jarvis Landry told NFL Network on Wednesday that he still hasn't heard from Ryan Tannehill since being traded and he's not surprised, as "we didn't really have a good relationship anyway."


Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Is Ryan Tannehill still the Dolphins' quarterback of the future? After Miami only made the playoffs once in Tannehill's first five seasons, he must take a step forward in 2018 after missing last season with a knee injury.

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Report: Trump appealed to owners on anthem

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones testified that President Donald Trump spoke with him about the anthem, calling it a "very winning, strong issue for me," according to The Wall Street Journal.

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RB Drake ready to 'bust out' with Dolphins

Third-year pro Kenyan Drake has been with the Miami Dolphins longer than any other running back on their roster, which gives him seniority of sorts -- except that new backup Frank Gore is 35 years old.

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NFL open to discussions with cheerleaders

The NFL has indicated they're open to holding talks with cheerleaders to improve their working conditions, an attorney representing two of them told The New York Times.

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Lions trade DT Spence to Dolphins for pick

Defensive tackle Akeem Spence, after registering a career-high 39 tackles in 2017, has been traded by the Lions to the Dolphins for an undisclosed 2019 draft pick.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Here are the Miami Dolphins' picks in the 2018 draft: 1. Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama; 2. Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State; 3. Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State. 4. Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame. 4. Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State. 6. Cornell Armstrong, CB, Southern Mississippi. 7. Quentin Poling, LB, Ohio. 7. Jason Sanders, PK, New Mexico.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Here are the Dolphins' picks so far through the first three rounds of the draft: 1. Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama; 2. Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State; 3. Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The Dolphins continued addressing needs in this draft by taking Ohio State linebacker Jerome Baker in the third round. Baker has a chance to start immediately given the Dolphins' relative lack of depth at the position.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Mike Gesicki can be a matchup player in the passing game for the Dolphins. Think of Gesicki flexed out from the formation to use that 6-foot-5 frame and 4.5 speed to beat linebackers or safeties in coverage. Ball skills and body control to make plays.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The Dolphins satisfied a major need at No. 42 overall by drafting Penn State tight end Mike Gesicki, a position they were unable to fix last season by acquiring veteran Julius Thomas. Gesicki is a better pass catcher than blocker, but the Dolphins' priority is adding more weapons. There had been speculation connected the Dolphins with South Dakota State's Dallas Goedert, but the Dolphins preferred the big-school prospect.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The Miami Dolphins have the 10th pick of the second round tonight in the NFL draft, with an obvious need for a tight end. One name to keep in mind is South Dakota State's Dallas Goedert, who has elite hands and 4.6 speed -- and dominated FCS competition the past two years.

Yates: Fitzpatrick is draft's most versatile defensive player (1:01)

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The Dolphins, passed over for UCLA QB Josh Rosen, addressed their weak pass defense by selecting Alabama DB Minkah Fitzpatrick. No team allowed more receptions by tight ends than the Dolphins did last year (94), and Fitzpatrick can help shore that up. Dolphins fans will be left to wonder, however, what would have happened had the Arizona Cardinals not leap-frogged them to draft Rosen at No. 10. That could have been the Dolphins' target at No. 11.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards220.918th
Rushing Yards86.829th
Points For17.428th
Points Against24.6