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      by Published on 05-19-2015 04:01 PM  Number of Views: 361 
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      New Deal To Run Through 2020



      The Miami Dolphins announced they have signed quarterback Ryan Tannehill to an extension that will have him under contract through the 2020 season. Earlier this offseason the Dolphins picked up the fifth year on his rookie deal ensuring he would be with the team for 2016. The Dolphins had previously stated they planned to get the deal done before the season started. Early reports of the financial details have Tannehill getting 96 million over six years with 21.5 million of that guaranteed.

      With the new contract in place, the Dolphins are putting their faith in Tannehill to be franchise quarterback for many years to come. The wide receiving corps has been revamped in an effort to benefit Tannehill's attributes and offensive coordinator Bill Lazor's system. If the Dolphins can get the offensive line up to par, there will be no short of excitement for the offensive production in 2015.


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      by Published on 05-01-2015 07:20 AM  Number of Views: 456 
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      Dolphins Hope WR Will Bolster Passing Attack



      On the first day of the 2015 NFL draft the Miami Dolphins selected wide receiver DeVante Parker. With the 14th pick in the first round the Dolphins didn't hesitate on using the selection on a much needed offensive skill player. Parker, 6'3", 208, was a senior for the University of Louisville. In his time there, he caught 33 touchdown catches and averaged 17.8 yards per reception. If Parker can contribute right away, he should provide much needed help to the red zone offense and help ease the loss of former wide receiver Mike Wallace. Parker is the fifth wide receiver drafted by the Dolphins in the first round, the last being Ted Ginn Jr in 2007. The draft resumes today with rounds 2 and 3 and will carry on until Saturday. Barring any trades the Dolphins will only have one pick on day 2, the #15 position in the second round.


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      by Published on 04-22-2015 07:50 AM  Number of Views: 428 
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      Time to Plan your Trips to Sun Life



      The Miami Dolphins 2015 schedule has been released and the 2015 season looks to be an exciting year for the Dolphins. The beginning of the schedule looks to be the easiest part. But with only two home games at Sun Life Stadium in the first nine games should provide the team with a good test. The Dolphins will also travel to London in October to face the New York Jets for one of their home games. The second half of the schedule looks to be the toughest at this point, with late season foes such as the Ravens, Colts and Patriots. Fortunately for the Dolphins five of the last seven games will be played in newly renovated Sun Life Stadium.

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