Take a few minutes to watch this video of a few Dolphins miked up during practice.  Mike Gesicki, Shaq Lawson, and Jerome Baker talk a lot of smack and seem to be having fun.  Bobby McCain is all business. A really interesting part is when Baker helps new RB Matt Brieda on his blocking technique when picking up a blitz.  Also, it’s fun that the guys tease Kyle Van Noy for being old…but he’s only 29.  That is old for a Dolphin!   Everyone's got jokes | Mic'd Up Week 1 Training Camp Everybody got jokes this week 😂 Posted by Miami Dolphins on Monday,Read More →

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The best part about the Dolphins allowing some fans into their home games is that Sean McDermott, the head coach of the Buffalo Bills, is whining about it! I love it! McDermott doesn’t whine when the Dolphins have to go up to frigid Buffalo to play December games, but when the Dolphins try to begin a sense of normalcy in the world, he opens his mouth.  I hope all 13,000 fans are all diehard Dolphin fans who make as much noise as possible. The Bills keep popping up as the favorites of the AFC East, but you’ll hear it here first.  They are overrated.  TheRead More →

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Hard to believe that opening day, if it happens, is less than a month away. On Monday–most important to the players–real practices start, with hitting and contact and tackling/blocking drills allowed.   Also–more important to fans–is that the media will be allowed in to film certain parts and report on things.  We’ll get our first real looks at the rookies. A few videos of the guys have emerged already, mostly cardio drills and the QBs throwing some passes. Most of the news so far, rightfully so, has been about who’s been testing positive and having to stay away.  The latest was Xavien Howard, who’s still recovering fromRead More →

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The news hit over the weekend about Jerome Baker and new offensive lineman Ereck Flowers having covid-19. It’s obviously not good news for anyone, but they are also not shocking, unexpected cases. The NFL had protocols in place before camps begun to curb th spread as much as possible. As sports go, the NFL never said “no one will catch Coronavirus; we’re immune.” Instead, they knew it would happen and they have their policies in place. Now it’s time to see how well, if at all, the policies work. I think the NFL planned far better than MLB, who has teams scrambling around the countryRead More →

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