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2017 Schedule
6-10, 3rd in AFC East
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20hKevin Seifert

Parkland students to announce Dolphins picks

The Miami Dolphins have invited members of the Parkland, Florida, community to announce their selections on the third day of next week's NFL draft, a team spokesman told ESPN.

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5dMike Reiss

Amendola: Patriots' offer wasn't close to others

After taking a pay cut three times to remain with the Patriots, wide receiver Danny Amendola told ESPN's Mike Reiss on Friday that he signed with the Miami Dolphins this offseason after realizing Bill Belichick's contract offer wouldn't come close.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Kenny Vaccaro, one of the top-rated free agents still on the market, is visiting with the Dolphins on Thursday according to a source (as first reported by the NFL Network). Vaccaro, 27, flashed great potential in a versatile role with the Saints over five years after being drafted in the first round of 2013. But he also battled some inconsistency and injuries while racking up 67 career starts, 385 tackles, eight interceptions, 7.5 sacks and four forced fumbles. The 6-foot, 214-pounder is probably most effective as a strong safety closer to the line of scrimmage, but he is also very good at covering receivers out of the slot.

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7d

Ex-Miami cheerleader alleges discrimination

A former Dolphins cheerleader filed a complaint in Florida against the NFL and the team, alleging discrimination against her religion and gender.

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24dAlden Gonzalez

Source: Suh lands 1-year, $14M deal with Rams

By signing with the Rams, five-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh will create a formidable interior tandem alongside Aaron Donald, the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

Why don't free agents want to sign with Jets? (2:06)
Le Batard saddened by death of Huizenga (1:49)
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27d

South Florida sports owner Huizenga dies at 80

H. Wayne Huizenga, the first person to own teams in three major sports leagues, has died at age 80. He owned three South Florida teams: the Dolphins, Marlins and Panthers.

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28d

Source: Gore returns to Miami, signs with Fins

Running back Frank Gore, who ranks fifth on the all-time rushing list with 14,026 yards, is signing a one-year deal with the Dolphins, a source confirmed to ESPN.

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28dAdam Teicher

Chiefs reach deal with ex-Fins RB Williams

Running back Damien Williams, who rushed for 477 yards in four seasons with the Dolphins, agreed to a contract with the Chiefs.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Albert Wilson got $14.45 million fully guaranteed in his three-year contract with the Dolphins. He got a $4 million signing bonus, fully guaranteed salaries of $790,000 in 2018 and $6.975 million in 2019 and a $2.685 million 2018 roster bonus that paid Monday. Deal includes $25,000 workout bonuses each year and a non-guaranteed $9.475 million salary in 2020.

Rams excited for meeting with Suh (0:48)
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30d

Ex-OL Martin pleads not guilty to felony counts

Former NFL offensive lineman Jonathan Martin faces charges of making criminal threats and carrying a loaded firearm after a threatening Instagram post in February.

Team Stats

Passing Yards220.918th
Rushing Yards86.829th
Points For17.428th
Points Against24.629th