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2017 Schedule
6-10, 3rd in AFC East
Le Batard saddened by death of Huizenga (1:49)
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South Florida sports owner Huizenga dies at 80

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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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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1dAdam 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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Sitton likes makeup of Dolphins coaching staff

Josh Sitton said his familiarity with new Dolphins assistant coaches Dowell Loggains and Jeremiah Washburn made choosing Miami through free agency an easier choice.

What's going on in Miami? (1:13)
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Fins trade for center Kilgore, release Pouncey

The Miami Dolphins acquired center Daniel Kilgore from the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday and released Mike Pouncey, who had requested the move earlier in the day.

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8dMike Triplett

Source: Saints bringing back OL Bushrod

Offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod, a member of the Saints' 2009 Super Bowl team, is returning to the club, according to a source.

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Source: Amendola to leave Pats for Dolphins

Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola intends to sign with the Dolphins, a source told ESPN. He joins Albert Wilson, who also committed to joining Miami on Tuesday, in helping to fill the void left by Jarvis Landry's departure.

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10dAdam Teicher

Source: Ex-Chiefs WR Wilson to join Dolphins

The Dolphins will replace Jarvis Landry with wide receiver Albert Wilson, who intends to sign with Miami, a source confirmed to ESPN.

Yates: 'Suh will have a lucrative market' (1:50)
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Sources: Dolphins to cut Suh; LB Timmons out

The Dolphins intend to release defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, sources told ESPN, in a move that continues the team's attempt to change the culture in Miami. Linebacker Lawrence Timmons was also released.

Landry happy after going through the 'process' (1:27)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

In Miami, WR Jarvis Landry caught a bunch of underneath routes, bubbles, screens, etc. But he can get free in the slot and produce after the catch. Tough player. After the trade to Cleveland, Landry looks like a good match with Josh Gordon on the outside in Todd Haley's offensive scheme.

Team Stats

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