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AFC East
Hard Rock Stadium
Head Coach
Brian Flores
Offensive Coordinator
Chan Gailey
Defensive Coordinator
Josh Boyer
Special Teams Coach
Danny Crossman
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Dolphins Not Afraid Of Starting Tua Tagovailoa In 2020

The Miami Dolphins aren't opposed to playing quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the No. 5 overall pick in this year's draft, in his rookie season. Veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick is expected to start the season under center, especially given how well he played last year, but Fitzpatrick as the team's starter could just be temporary in 2020. Fitzpatrick also has an advantage in knowing offensive coordinator Chan Gailey's system from their time with the Bills and the Jets, and Tagovailoa is at a disadvantage because of the lack of on-field work he's had amid the coronavirus pandemic this spring. But if Tagovailoa impresses in training camp, Fitzpatrick's starting leash could be shortened. The rookie QB has plenty of long-term upside, but he'll be more attractive in dynasty/keeper leagues in his first season in the NFL.

2 days ago
Ryan Fitzpatrick Supportive Of Tua Tagovailoa

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has been supportive of rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. The 37-year-old is fully aware the No. 5 overall pick from Alabama will likely take over the starting role at some point. However, Fitzpatrick said that he is competitive and won't give up the starting quarterback spot without a fight. "I want to go out there and start. I know there are a lot of forces that go into it from all kinds of different sides," says Fitzpatrick. Last season, Fitzpatrick threw for 3,529 passing yards with 20 touchdowns and 13 interceptions through 15 games. Tagovailoa is coming off major hip surgery, so it wouldn't be surprising to see Fitzpatrick begin the season as the starting quarterback.

6 days ago
Josh Rosen Drawing Trade Interest

Teams have called the Miami Dolphins about potentially trading for quarterback Josh Rosen, who is third on the QB depth chart behind Ryan Fitzpatrick and first-rounder Tua Tagovailoa. The Dolphins are in no hurry to trade Rosen despite the fact that the former first-rounder lost a competition with Fitzpatrick in 2019 in his first year in Miami. The 23-year-old played in six games (three starts) last year and looked lost with a 53.2 percent completion rate on 109 attempts, one touchdown and five interceptions. Rosen has thrown 12 touchdowns against 19 picks in his two seasons in the league and will simply be QB depth for whoever he's playing for in 2020.

7 days ago
Preston Williams On Schedule For Week 1

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Preston Williams (knee), who tore his ACL last November, is on schedule to be ready for the start of the 2020 season, according to a team source. Williams isn't yet taking part in on-field sessions among teammates, but he has been jogging and the team is hopeful that he'll be ready for the season opener. The vision in Miami is for Williams and DeVante Parker to start on the outside, with Albert Wilson manning the slot. The Dolphins might be cautious with Williams in training camp, and it's unknown if he'll play in the preseason. He'll also have access to the team facilities starting this week as a rehabbing player. The 23-year-old looked good before going down with an injury in 2019, but he's also struggled with drops in his young career and will be a late-round, wild-card upside pick for those in deeper leagues.

8 days ago
Dolphins Players Are Holding Independent Workouts

The Miami Dolphins players have been reportedly working out together independently from the organization. These workouts are not affiliated with the Dolphins or their offseason program. There are still four months before Week 1, but it appears the players are excited to get to work. The Dolphins players have new material to learn under offensive coordinator Chan Gailey. The players were seen running routes, catching passes, and fielding punts during their independent workouts.

8 days ago