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2020 Schedule
4th in AFC East
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Arnsparger, Crennell win PFWA achievement award

The late Bill Arnsparger and Houston associate head coach Romeo Crennel have won the Paul "Dr. Z" Zimmerman award from the Professional Football Writers of America.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Dolphins DC Bill Arnsparger named co-recipient of PFWA's Dr. Z Award -- a lifetime achievement for an assistant coach. Arnsparger was the mind behind the Dolphins defense for a decade in the 1970s and 1980s, including the No-Name D and Killer B's D.

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14dCameron Wolfe

Dolphins owner Ross commits $13M to RISE

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is committing $13 million over the next four years to fighting systemic racism through RISE, the nonprofit foundation he started in 2015.

How do you replace a legend? Tua and Stidham will find out (1:58)
18d
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20dCameron Wolfe

Ex-Dolphin Kiick, who won 2 titles, dies at 73

Former Miami Dolphins running back Jim Kiick, a vital member of two Super Bowl championship teams, has died at the age of 73, the team announced Saturday.

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23dCameron Wolfe

NFL: Dolphins' Howard not facing discipline

Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard, who had charges stemming from a domestic battery arrest dropped in February, won't face any NFL discipline, a league spokesman said Wednesday.

9d

When They Go Buffa-low, We Go Buffa-high

Mina's NFL divisional previews roll on with the AFC East. Mina and the NFL Network's Cynthia Frelund discuss the season outlook for the Jets (4:51), Bills (21:19), Patriots (34:15), and Dolphins (45:52).

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Tua Tagovailoa established a $300,000 scholarship endowment to his high school -- Saint Louis HS in Honolulu. In addition, four scholarships will be given to kids from Hawaii over next four years. Each scholarship will be named after his grandparents.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Both Christian Wilkins and Ted Karras said they'll talk with teammates on how to use their platform to demand change in racism and police brutality. No firm decision on protest or not for either. The issue of police brutality hits home for Christian Wilkins, who had his grandfather killed by SWAT in 2011 in what they called a "mistake" shooting of an unarmed man while he was laying on the ground. Wilkins said George Floyd's killing hurt because this has happened to black people for a while.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Christian Wilkins on racism questions around Dabo Swinney: "I know his heart and I know he's a great coach. He's passionate about developing young men on and off the field. Granted, he might not have said all of the right things. He might have done some things that people disagree with and that maybe I disagree with. But that just shows where someone like me could really be a help..to continue to help him and educate him, and continue to have those conversations with him about things going on."

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36dCameron Wolfe

Fins' Flores urges players to be safe at protests

Dolphins coach Brian Flores was friends with Chris Beaty, who was killed in Indianapolis on Saturday. Beaty's death led Flores to tell Dolphins players to be careful and to be safe while protesting social injustice.

9d

ESPN Daily: Are The Buffalo Bills AFC East Favorites?!

The Buffalo Bills have long stood in the looming shadow of their AFC East rivals, the New England Patriots. But now, with Tom Brady departed for Tampa Bay, the division is up for grabs for the first time in nearly a decade. For the Bills, it all comes down to third year quarterback Josh Allen, who's earned his fair share of admirers and skeptics in an up-and-down career thus far. ESPN Bills reporter Marcel Louis-Jacques assesses Allen's strength and weaknesses, and explains how Allen's improvements could mean this is the season Bills fans have been dreaming of.

Burrow, Tagovailoa or Fields: Who will be the best NFL QB? (2:55)
35d
Which AFC East team is best set up for the next decade? (2:53)
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45dCameron Wolfe

Fins owner: NFL season will 'definitely' happen

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he thinks there "definitely" will be an NFL season in 2020 and is planning on having fans in attendance at games.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, speaking as chairman of Related this morning on CNBC, said he thinks there "definitely will be a football season this year" and the "real question is will there be fans in the stadium." Ross noted their plan as of now is to host fans but nothing set.

Team Stats

Passing Yards237.812th
Rushing Yards72.332nd
Points For19.025th
Points Against30.91st

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