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2016 Schedule
10-6, 2nd in AFC East
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9hJeff Dickerson

Dolphins' Gase: Cutler still has plenty to offer

Free agent Jay Cutler has fallen off the football radar in recent weeks, but Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase believes Cutler still has plenty to offer teams in need of quarterback help.

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13hBill Barnwell

Dolphins have less draft capital than expected

Miami, thanks to trading its 2017 third, fourth and sixth-round picks last year, has diminished draft capital despite gaining compensatory selections from free agency last year.

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1dEric Williams

Dolphins owner: Teams should pay for stadiums

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, the lone 'no' vote on the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas, believes owners should foot the ball for new stadiums rather than asking for public money.

Dolphins owner followed his beliefs (0:42)

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, the only owner to vote against the Raiders' move, said there's too much reliance on public money for NFL stadiums. He said "to own a team you should have deep pockets to deliver."


John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he's not pleased that he was the lone no vote on the Raiders move to Las Vegas. But he did so because of the fans in Oakland.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross on his "nay" vote on the Raiders moving to Las Vegas: "My position today was that we as owners and as a league owe it to the fans to do everything we can to stay in the communities that have supported us until all options have been exhausted. I want to wish Mark Davis and the Raiders organization the best in Las Vegas."

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1dPaul Gutierrez

Owners approve Raiders' move to Vegas 31-1

NFL owners approved the Oakland Raiders' move to Las Vegas at the league meetings on Monday. Owners voted 31-1 in favor of the move, with only the Dolphins voting against.

Titans, Dolphins surge in Power Rankings after free agency (0:35)
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Miami Open might move to Dolphins' site

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he's interested in moving the Miami Open to the team's stadium complex if the tournament decides to leave the island of Key Biscayne.

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5dJames Walker

Dolphins' third linebacker remains a mystery

Who will start at linebacker for Miami alongside Lawrence Timmons and Kiko Alonso? Free agency brought nothing, so perhaps the answer's in the draft.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

I'm getting plenty of messages on social media this week from Miami Dolphins fans expressing dislike for potentially drafting a guard in the first round. Usually, I agree. But this year is different for a few reasons. First, I like Forrest Lamp as a prospect. I project he will be a good NFL guard who is versatile enough to be a backup offensive tackle when injuries occur. That is valuable. Second, we finally saw what steady guard play (Laremy Tunsil, Jermon Bushrod) can do for Miami's offense last season. Do you really want to go back to the guard play of 2012-2015 when Ryan Tannehill was the most sacked QB in that span? Third, the Dolphins are picking No. 22 after making the playoffs, not their usual spot in this top 15. Finally, I don't trust Miami can find starting-caliber guards in the middle rounds. We've seen the team fail at that multiple times in recent years with the Dallas Thomas and Billy Turners of the world.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins claimed offensive tackle Avery Young, according to the league's transaction wire. Young was injured while with the New Orleans Saints last season, but Miami is seeing if there is upside with the 24-year old. The Dolphins need offensive tackle depth behind starters Laremy Tunsil and Ja'Wuan James. They traded starting left tackle Branden Albert to the Jaguars earlier this month.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins signed former Saints OT Avery Young, an undrafted rookie last year from Auburn who spent all of training camp and the entire season on the non-football injury list with an undisclosed ailment. The 6-foot-6, 305-pounder could also potentially play guard. He is the brother of Bears outside linebacker Willie Young.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Free-agent LB Zach Brown's agents, Jason and Michael Katz, say their client is "exploring all options" and will make a decision once he completes all visits with teams. Brown visited his former team, the Bills, on Wednesday and previously visited Miami and Oakland. He ranks No. 31 on ESPN's Top 150 free agents.

Team Stats

Passing Yards218.826th
Rushing Yards114.09th
Points For22.717th
Points Against23.818th