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  • Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 01/26/2020
    by James McKinney on January 27, 2020 at 1:00 am

    Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Roc Nation Tonight’s Phinsider Question Of The Day is what are your thoughts of the NFL discussions of going to an 18 game schedule with only 2 pre-season games? I have also seen talk of expanding the playoffs, especially if they add more teams. I suspect that this is all about the long term goal of the NFL trying to make the league a year round experience. Two more teams per conference in the playoffs would mean one more round of playoffs if the NFL wanted to go that route, giving some teams two weeks off. An 18 game schedule, I assume, would also add another bye week per team making a now 17 week season a 20 week season and if you add the extra round to the playoffs you would wind up with 26 weeks of NFL football from start to finish as apposed to the 22 weeks we have now. Give me your thoughts below- As well as this almost nightly post serving as the Phinsider Question Of The Day post it will also serve as a live thread meaning that pretty much anything is up for discussion so long as you to follow all of the site rules. If you are, for whatever reason, not aware of or need a refresher of the sites rules please check the “library” tab under the “more” tab at the top of the front page. The page not only has all of the sites rules but also has a ton of good tips to make your blogging experience here much more enjoyable or at least more smooth.

  • 2020 Pro Bowl Live Thread & Game Information
    by James McKinney on January 26, 2020 at 7:30 pm

    Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Getty Images It’s time once again for the bye week game before the Super Bowl, the Pro Bowl, which with the change of rules is little more than touch football or maybe your average scrimmage but it is a chance for some of the stars of the league to show off their skills a bit and have a free vacation for them and their families to Orlando. Below you will find all the information you need to watch today’s game. Remember that all site rules apply to the live threads as they would any other post anywhere else on the site. Please remember to be respectful to your fellow Phins fan when discussing or debating a topic. NFL Pro Bowl 2020 NFC vs. AFC Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida When: 3:00 PM EST, Sunday, January 26th TV Coverage: ABC, ESPN, Disney XD TV Announcers: Joe Tessitore, Booger McFarland, Lisa Salters Online Stream: Watch ESPN Radio coverage: Westwood One Radio Announcers: Ryan Radtke, Tony Boselli, Amber Theoharis Weather: Cloudy, 68°F Referee: Craig Wrolstad Rule Changes: No kickoff after scores - Scoring team will either give the opposing team the ball at the opposing team’s 25-yard line, or will elect to run a play from their own 25-yard line in a 4th-and-15 situation (replacing the onside kick). Wide receiver false start will be relaxed to allow minor movements. AFC Roster Quarterbacks: Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens; Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans; Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans (replacement) Running backs: Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns; Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans; Mark Ingram, Jr., Baltimore Ravens Fullback: Patrick Ricard, Baltimore Ravens Wide receivers: DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans (withdrawal); Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers; Jarvis Landry, Cleveland Browns; Tyreek Hill, Kansas City (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Courtland Sutton, Denver Broncos (replacement); D. J. Chark, Jacksonville Jaguars (replacement) Tight ends: Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens; Jack Doyle, Indianapolis Colts (replacement) Offensive tackles: Ronnie Stanley, Baltimore Ravens; Laremy Tunsil, Houston Texans; Trent Brown, Oakland Raiders (withdrawal); Orlando Brown, Baltimore Ravens (replacement) Guards: Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens; Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis Colts; David DeCastro, Pittsburgh Steelers (withdrawal); Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns (replacement) Centers: Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers (withdrawal); Rodney Hudson, Oakland Raiders; Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts (replacement) Defensive ends: Joey Bosa, Los Angeles Chargers (withdrawal); Frank Clark, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Calais Campbell, Jacksonville Jaguars); Melvin Ingram, Los Angeles Chargers (replacement); Josh Allen, Jacksonville Jaguars (replacement) Defensive tackles: Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh Steelers; Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Geno Atkins, Cincinnati Bengals; Jurrell Casey, Tennessee Titans (replacement) Outside linebackers: Von Miller, Denver Broncos; T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers; Mathew Judon, Baltimore Ravens Inside linebackers: Darius Leonard, Indianapolis Colts; Dont’a Hightower, New England Patriots (withdrawal); Tremaine Edmunds, Buffalo Bills (replacement) Cornerbacks: Stephon Gilmore, New England Patriots; Tre’Davious White, Buffalo Bills; Marcus Peters, Baltimroe Ravens (withdrawal); Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore Ravens; Joe Haden, Pittsburgh Steelers (replacement) Free safeties: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh Steelers; Earl Thomas, Baltimore Ravens Strong safety: Jamal Adams, New York Jets Punter: Brett Kern, Tennessee Titans Kicker: Justin Tucker, Batimore Ravens Long snapper: Morgan Cox, Baltimore Ravens Returner: Mecole Hardman, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Andre Roberts, Buffalo Bills (replacement) Special teams: Matthew Slater, New England Patriots NFC Roster Quarterbacks: Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks; Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints; Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers (withdrawal); Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Running backs: Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings; Christan McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers (withdrawal); Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys; Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints (replacement) Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk, San Francsico 49ers (withdrawal - Super Bowl); C.J. Ham, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Wide receivers: Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons (withdrawal); Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints; Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (withdrawal); Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (withdrawal); Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys (replacement); Kenny Golladay, Detroit Lions (replacement); Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers (replacement) Tight ends: George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles (withdrawal); Jared Cook, New Orleans Saints (replacement); Austin Hooper, Atlanta (replacement) Offensive tackles: David Bakhtiari, Green Bay Packers (withdrawal); Tyron Smith, Dallas Cowboys; Terron Armstead, New Orleans Saints; Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles (replacement) Guards: Zack Martin, Dallas Cowboys (withdrawal); Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia Eagles (withdrawal); Brandon Scherff, Washington Redskins (withdrawal); Trai Turner, Carolina Panthers (replacement); Andrus Peat, New Orleans Saints (replacement); Larry Warford, New Orleans Saints (replacement) Centers: Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles; Travis Frederick, Dallas Cowboys Defensive ends: Cameron Jordan, New Orleans; Nick Bosa, San Francisco 49ers (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Danielle Hunter, Minnesota Vikings; Everson Griffen, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Defensive tackles: Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams (withdrawal); Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia; Grady Jarrett, Atlanta Falcons; Kenny Clark, Green Bay Packers (replacement) Outside linebackers: Chandler Jones, Arizona Cardinals; Khalil Mack, Chicago Bears (withdrawal); Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Za’Darius Smith, Green Bay Packers (replacement) Inside linebackers: Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks (withdrawal); Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers (withdrawal); Jaylon Smith, Dallas Cowboys (replacement); Eric Kendricks, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Cornerbacks: Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans Saints (withdrawal); Richard Sherman, San Francisco 49ers (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Darius Slay, Detroit Lions; Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams (withdrawal); Kyler Fuller, Chicago Bears (replacement); Shaquill Griffin, Seattle Seahawks (replacement); Xavier Rhodes, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Free safeties: Budda Baker, Arizona Cardinals; Eddie Jackson, Chicago Bears Strong safety: Harrison Smith, Minnesota Vikings Punter: Tress Way, Washington Redskins Kicker: Wil Lutz, New Orleans Saints Long snapper: Rick Lovato, Philadelphia Eagles Returner: Deonte Harris, New Orleans Saints Special teams: Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago Bears

  • NFL Mock Draft Season Positional Report: Miami Dolphins Interior Defensive Linemen
    by Jason Sarney on January 26, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images A reverse look at the importance of what is needed for the Miami Dolphins this April So far we have dipped our collective toes and fins in the waters of April’s NFL Draft needs for the Miami Dolphins. While not all agree, and that is absolutely fine and welcomed, I state these feelings based on a number of factors. Sure we can all agree that what happens in NFL war rooms are known in main specifics to only those within those walls. Writers, insiders, bloggers and janitors can hear things, assume things, make predictions and hopefully back those up with some sort of reasoning. Reasoning is my main motivator in this series. Can I guarantee, with certainty, the Dolphins will not draft a wide-receiver in the first round? Of course I cant. I can do so with 95% confidence, but whispers and reasoning aside, the point is the next few months will be full of conjecture. For me, and this is a regurgitated statement, but this 2020 NFL Draft is unlike any in franchise history. Mix that with a vastly improved T-E-A-M from 2019, there are a few undeniable aspects to this bunch of cast-offs, unwanted’s, has-been’s and never-was’es. They became a T-E-A-M. Brian Flores and crew led this rag-tag bunch and they proved the NFL dead wrong, and they were not the league’s worst team. They are drafting fifth in April’s draft, so clearly they were not the most inept team in the NFL, and here is something to ponder over from the last few seasons. The 2018 Miami Dolphins were a massively different team, and their seven wins easily could have only been four wins, if a few plays didn’t bounce a few different ways. The 2019 team easily could have won seven games, if not for a missed 2-point conversion against Washington and a phantom call against the Jets in New York/New Jersey in round two against them. They could have swept them. Think about that. A 2018 team led by Adam Gase with Ryan Tannehill, Minkah Fitzpatrick, Laremy Tunsil, Kenyan Drake and Kiko Alonzo to name a few, missed the playoffs by a few games. If they had not converted the Miami Miracle against the New England Patriots as well as if former Fin tight end Charles Clay reeled in a last-second Hail Mary Pass for Buffalo weeks before, Miami would have had five wins in 2018. Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images They gutted that team. And started “from scratch.” They ended up with a five win team, that could have been seven in 2019, and that is not heading for a demolition off-season. They are heading for the fun part of a renovation and rebuild. The foundation has been laid out, and the pillars and cornerstones are still being determined, but there are some very strong building blocks already cemented into this process. In terms of a foundation, the inner most parts of the infrastructure must be solid to prevent greater damage for the whole unit. Thankfully, the Dolphins posses a solid core of young interior defensive lineman. Christian Wilkins had a fine rookie season and certainly a second-half of the year to build on heading into year two. His athleticism and versatility make him a potential centerpiece of this defense for many years, and his line-mate in Davon Godchaux has come into his own after completing year three. Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images In terms of depth within this sub-division of the defensive line, which we will cover another day, these interior defenders are key to making the jobs easier of the pass-rushers and linebackers plugging the holes as well as bursting through those spaces to make plays. Another young gem found by Miami in the league scrap-heap was Zach Sieler. The former Raven was scooped up by Miami late in 2019 and he made an impact in his only home game against Cincinnati this year, with seven tackles including a sack and a pair of batted down passes. The interior defenders on this line may not be a top group in the NFL, but they certainly can build off of a successful overall 2019 season, and at the very least, they proved that a young rookie should not be challenging them for a starting role in 2020. Drafting a nose tackle or a lineman that is cut in the Wilkins mold early in the Las Vegas Draft process is not a direction the Dolphins need to go. There are too many other areas of need on defense alone that they must focus on. Namely, the defensive edge, since a pass-rush was virtually non-existent last season for Miami. Taco Charlton led the team in sacks for Miami in 2019 with five. Believe this or not, but Charlton was the only defensive end to record a full sack for the Dolphins last season. You read that correctly. Charles Harris and undrafted rookie, Jonathan Ledbetter each recorded a half of a sack, but no other Miami Dolphin defensive end got to a quarterback last season. Yea, they need a pass rusher. So while the interior is looking OK, the exterior is looking like an Amityville Horror house upon the drive-up. Major renovation is needed and it’s scary to view it at the moment. Again, this is a conversation for another day, and one that could be amended once the NFL free agency period kicks off. Again, unlike other off-season’s, this is a very “Yannick” situation. Photo by Logan Bowles/Getty Images I digress. Regardless of Miami’s acquisitions in free agency, they happen to be a situation where the standard interior lineman is not very deep in this year’s class. There are some excellent prospects up top, who will anchor a NFL teams defensive line well such as Auburn’s Derrick Brown and South Carolina freak Javon Kinlaw. Kinlaw, in fairness, can potentially move around the line, but at 6’6’’, 310 lbs, he can surely be the nose of a 3-4 base defense. Should the Dolphins want to use one of their multiple-year’s worth of picks on defensive interior line depth, the 5th round and on is a nice target area for this position. So we checked off the receivers, the linebackers and a sub-group of the defensive line, but we will cover the ends later. Next up, things get a bit tougher in this series, as no matter what you want to say about certain optimistic aspects of this roster, they still have 53 spots to fill. Currently, many can argue that half of that number can be labeled as viable NFL talent. There is still plenty of work to be done overall, but in terms of the middle of the defensive line, the Dolphins have a solid foundation to build around, and a pair of edge rusher’s, one in Free Agency and one in the draft, could make this a very formidable defensive front.

  • 2020 Pro Bowl kickoff, TV channel, online stream, rosters, more
    by Kevin Nogle on January 26, 2020 at 2:24 pm

    Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel/Tribune News Service via Getty Images It’s time for the game that everyone says they do not watch, yet it always has really good ratings - the Pro Bowl. The NFL’s annual all-star game is here, with many of the top stars converging in Orlando for the game. The Pro Bowl is a professional football game with a little more contact than a flag-football contest but less than a full-contact practice. The players clearly do not want to get injured or cause an injury during the game, and it shows in the play on the field. That all said, it still is a football game, and people will watch it - especially as offensive stars do amazing things in the game. Sorry defense, unless you are a cornerback making a stunning interception, this game belongs to the offense - at least until near the end of the game, the bonus money is on the line, and the competition and contact starts ramping up. Here is everything you need to know for today’s Pro Bowl: NFL Pro Bowl 2020NFC vs. AFC Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, FL When: 3:00 PM ET, Sunday, January 26 TV Coverage: ABC, ESPN, Disney XD TV Announcers: Joe Tessitore, Booger McFarland, Lisa Salters Online Stream: Watch ESPN Radio coverage: Westwood One Radio Announcers: Ryan Radtke, Tony Boselli, Amber Theoharis Weather: Cloudy, 68°F Referee: Craig Wrolstad Rule Changes: No kickoff after scores - Scoring team will either give the opposing team the ball at the opposing team’s 25-yard line, or will elect to run a play from their own 25-yard line in a 4th-and-15 situation (replacing the onside kick). Wide receiver false start will be relaxed to allow minor movements AFC Roster Quarterbacks: Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens; Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans; Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans (replacement) Running backs: Nick Chubb, Cleveland Browns; Derrick Henry, Tennessee Titans; Mark Ingram, Jr., Baltimore Ravens Fullback: Patrick Ricard, Baltimore Ravens Wide receivers: DeAndre Hopkins, Houston Texans (withdrawal); Keenan Allen, Los Angeles Chargers; Jarvis Landry, Cleveland Browns; Tyreek Hill, Kansas City (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Courtland Sutton, Denver Broncos (replacement); D. J. Chark, Jacksonville Jaguars (replacement) Tight ends: Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens; Jack Doyle, Indianapolis Colts (replacement) Offensive tackles: Ronnie Stanley, Baltimore Ravens; Laremy Tunsil, Houston Texans; Trent Brown, Oakland Raiders (withdrawal); Orlando Brown, Baltimore Ravens (replacement) Guards: Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens; Quenton Nelson, Indianapolis Colts; David DeCastro, Pittsburgh Steelers (withdrawal); Joel Bitonio, Cleveland Browns (replacement) Centers: Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers (withdrawal); Rodney Hudson, Oakland Raiders; Ryan Kelly, Indianapolis Colts (replacement) Defensive ends: Joey Bosa, Los Angeles Chargers (withdrawal); Frank Clark, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Calais Campbell, Jacksonville Jaguars); Melvin Ingram, Los Angeles Chargers (replacement); Josh Allen, Jacksonville Jaguars (replacement) Defensive tackles: Cameron Heyward, Pittsburgh Steelers; Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Geno Atkins, Cincinnati Bengals; Jurrell Casey, Tennessee Titans (replacement) Outside linebackers: Von Miller, Denver Broncos; T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh Steelers; Mathew Judon, Baltimore Ravens Inside linebackers: Darius Leonard, Indianapolis Colts; Dont’a Hightower, New England Patriots (withdrawal); Tremaine Edmunds, Buffalo Bills (replacement) Cornerbacks: Stephon Gilmore, New England Patriots; Tre’Davious White, Buffalo Bills; Marcus Peters, Baltimroe Ravens (withdrawal); Marlon Humphrey, Baltimore Ravens; Joe Haden, Pittsburgh Steelers (replacement) Free safeties: Minkah Fitzpatrick, Pittsburgh Steelers; Earl Thomas, Baltimore Ravens Strong safety: Jamal Adams, New York Jets Punter: Brett Kern, Tennessee Titans Kicker: Justin Tucker, Batimore Ravens Long snapper: Morgan Cox, Baltimore Ravens Returner: Mecole Hardman, Kansas City Chiefs (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Andre Roberts, Buffalo Bills (replacement) Special teams: Matthew Slater, New England Patriots NFC Roster Quarterbacks: Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks; Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints; Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers (withdrawal); Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Running backs: Dalvin Cook, Minnesota Vikings; Christan McCaffrey, Carolina Panthers (withdrawal); Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas Cowboys; Alvin Kamara, New Orleans Saints (replacement) Fullback: Kyle Juszczyk, San Francsico 49ers (withdrawal - Super Bowl); C.J. Ham, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Wide receivers: Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons (withdrawal); Michael Thomas, New Orleans Saints; Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (withdrawal); Chris Godwin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (withdrawal); Amari Cooper, Dallas Cowboys (replacement); Kenny Golladay, Detroit Lions (replacement); Davante Adams, Green Bay Packers (replacement) Tight ends: George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles (withdrawal); Jared Cook, New Orleans Saints (replacement); Austin Hooper, Atlanta (replacement) Offensive tackles: David Bakhtiari, Green Bay Packers (withdrawal); Tyron Smith, Dallas Cowboys; Terron Armstead, New Orleans Saints; Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles (replacement) Guards: Zack Martin, Dallas Cowboys (withdrawal); Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia Eagles (withdrawal); Brandon Scherff, Washington Redskins (withdrawal); Trai Turner, Carolina Panthers (replacement); Andrus Peat, New Orleans Saints (replacement); Larry Warford, New Orleans Saints (replacement) Centers: Jason Kelce, Philadelphia Eagles; Travis Frederick, Dallas Cowboys Defensive ends: Cameron Jordan, New Orleans; Nick Bosa, San Francisco 49ers (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Danielle Hunter, Minnesota Vikings; Everson Griffen, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Defensive tackles: Aaron Donald, Los Angeles Rams (withdrawal); Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia; Grady Jarrett, Atlanta Falcons; Kenny Clark, Green Bay Packers (replacement) Outside linebackers: Chandler Jones, Arizona Cardinals; Khalil Mack, Chicago Bears (withdrawal); Shaquil Barrett, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Za’Darius Smith, Green Bay Packers (replacement) Inside linebackers: Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks (withdrawal); Luke Kuechly, Carolina Panthers (withdrawal); Jaylon Smith, Dallas Cowboys (replacement); Eric Kendricks, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Cornerbacks: Marshon Lattimore, New Orleans Saints (withdrawal); Richard Sherman, San Francisco 49ers (withdrawal - Super Bowl); Darius Slay, Detroit Lions; Jalen Ramsey, Los Angeles Rams (withdrawal); Kyler Fuller, Chicago Bears (replacement); Shaquill Griffin, Seattle Seahawks (replacement); Xavier Rhodes, Minnesota Vikings (replacement) Free safeties: Budda Baker, Arizona Cardinals; Eddie Jackson, Chicago Bears Strong safety: Harrison Smith, Minnesota Vikings Punter: Tress Way, Washington Redskins Kicker: Wil Lutz, New Orleans Saints Long snapper: Rick Lovato, Philadelphia Eagles Returner: Deonte Harris, New Orleans Saints Special teams: Cordarrelle Patterson, Chicago Bears

  • The Splash Zone 1/26/20: Gerald Alexander Hired To Coach Defensive Backs
    by Kdog92 on January 26, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. The Dolphins have a new defensive backs coach and he spent some time with the Dolphins years ago. Back in 2011, Gerald Alexander would appear in two games with the Dolphins and now he will be coaching the defensive backs since Josh Boyer was promoted to defensive coordinator. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Dolphins hire Gerald Alexander as defensive backs coach – ProFootballTalkGerald Alexander appeared in two games for the Dolphins in 2011. He is returning to the defensive backs room where he briefly sat as a player. The Dolphins have hired the University of California assistant as their new defensive backs coach, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. Chris Grier Dolphins GM looking for quarterbacks with 'intangibles,' talks Tua Tagovailoa's potential - CBSSports.comChris Grier spoke highly of Tagovailoa Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 1/24/20: Dolphins Have The Ammunition To Trade Up If They Wanted To - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. 2020 NFL Mock Draft: Mel Kiper releases first projection of year - The PhinsiderThe first Mel Kiper, Jr., 2020 NFL Mock Draft has been released. ESPN typically trades back and forth between Kiper and Todd McShay throughout the build up to the Draft, though it has been a minute... NFL Mock Draft Season Positional Report - Miami Dolphins Linebackers - The PhinsiderA reverse look at the importance of what is needed for the Miami Dolphins this April What QB will the Miami Dolphins select in the 2020 NFL Draft?—Miami Dolphins Podcast (Phinsider Radio) - The PhinsiderTua Tagovailoa? Jordan Love? Justin Herbert? 2020 Mock Draft Database 1.0: Miami Dolphins first round picks from around the web - The PhinsiderThe 2020 NFL Draft is still three months away, but the internet is teeming with projections of the first round. The 2020 NFL Mock Draft season is well underway, with everyone trying to put together... Dolphins hire Gerald Alexander as defensive backs coach - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins have named Gerald Alexander the team’s defensive backs coach, according to a report from Fox Sports Radio host George Wrightster III. The move adds another piece to a shuffled...

 

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