Bill Lazor hired as Offensive Coordinator

Today Bill Lazor was hired as the Miami Dolphins Offensive Coordinator first reported by ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Bill left his position with the Philadelphia Eagles as QB Coach to become Miami’s Offensive Coordinator.  In Philadelphia he received credit for the success that Nick Foles (Pro Bowl, 22TDs, 2INTs) had this season filling in for the […]

January 2014 by markardron

Long Placed On Injured Reserve, Martin Moves Back Home

2012 will be a season perennial pro-bowl left tackle Jake Long will wish to forget. Right in the middle of what is considered a poor year by his standards, Long went down with a torn tricep in week 13 against the AFC East division leading  New England Patriots. The reality of the situation, is that Long may […]

December 2012 by Dustin Godin

Tannehill Leads Miami Dolphins to win over Seahawks in 4th Quarter Comeback

A 65-yard drive spearheaded by Tannehill helped put the Dolphins in a field goal position for Kicker Dan Carpenter to score a winning field goal and put an end to the Dolphins three-game losing streak, and keep their AFC playoff hopes alive. The Dolphins started the game slowly and began to look uninspiring as usual […]

November 2012 by Ayo

Dolphins draft based on need, Tannehill selected

It wasn’t surprising that the Dolphins surprised everyone by selecting the Texas A&M QB, Ryan Tannehill. If there was an award for biggest reach of the draft, the Dolphins would win, and I don’t even need to see the rest of the draft, or even the first round to make that statement. Tannehill is a […]

April 2012 by 360dolphins

Dolphins Trade Marshall for 3rd round picks

Despite the Dolphins confidence that they are one of the numerous teams who stand a chance at getting Manning, they have joined the Cleveland Browns in exchanging contract offers with free agent quarter back Matt Flynn. The Dolphins seem to have good bargaining chips on their end since trading Brandon Marshall creates a $5.8 million […]

March 2012 by 360dolphins

Fins and Henne Fall to the Charge

The Miami dolphins are 0-4.  They are off to another terrible start.  They fell to the charges Sunday 26-16.   They are last place in the very competitive AFC East and are not looking good at all.  To add insult to injury they also lost Quarterback Chad Henne.  He went down early in the game and […]

October 2011 by 360dolphins

Sparano ‘s Seat Heating Up In Miami

Sunday the Dolphins fell to the Browns .  This was a game the Fins should have and could have won.  But instead they are 0-3 and already in last place in the competitve AFC East. Now they really need to win sometime in the next game or 2 or things are going to get Really Ugly […]

September 2011 by 360dolphins

Dolphins off to another slow start.

After playing  tough against the Pats for most of the first game last week the Dolphins and their fans were probably hoping for a better effort then the one they saw Sunday vs. the Texans.  The Houston Texans controlled most of the game despite not even having Foster for most of it.  Henne had a […]

September 2011 by 360dolphins