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Brian Flores
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Chan Gailey
Defensive Coordinator
Josh Boyer
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Danny Crossman
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Josh Rosen Likely To Stay With Dolphins

Miami Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen is likely to remain with the team heading into the 2020 season. However, his future in Miami doesn't look bright with Ryan Fitzpatrick coming back for another year and the Dolphins widely expected to take a franchise signal-caller with the fifth overall pick in the first round of the draft. It's clear that the team doesn't view Rosen, 23, as the future under center at this point. The former 2018 first-round pick was acquired from the Cardinals before last season, but he couldn't beat out Fitzpatrick and will have to learn another new offense, one that Fitzpatrick is familiar with. Unless something unexpected happens this summer, Rosen will open up the 2020 season holding a clipboard again.

3 days ago
Dolphins Have Lukewarm Interest In Tua Tagovailoa

The Miami Dolphins don't view Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa as a slam-dunk pick with the fifth overall selection in this year's draft. On the flip side, the team has an increasingly positive view of Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert after he impressed at the Senior Bowl, according to sources familiar with the team's thinking. One source said the Dolphins are concerned about Tagovailoa's return from a fractured and dislocated hip he suffered last November, and his durability in the long-term. Ive been down there to see him. Tua is a great player. I just worry about his health, owner Stephen Ross said. The Dolphins like Herbert's size (6-foot-6, 237 pounds), his arm talent and his mobility. Miami could change their mind on Tagovailoa once they meet with him at the Combine, but he certainly shouldn't be considered a lock to be taken by the Dolphins at fifth overall.

5 days ago
Dolphins Re-Sign Ricardo Louis

The Miami Dolphins re-signed wide receiver Ricardo Louis to a one-year contract extension for 2020, according to a source. Louis is still only 25 years old (26 in March), but he missed 2018 with a neck injury and the 2019 season with a knee issue. In two seasons with the Browns, Louis had 45 catches on 97 targets for 562 yards and no touchdowns. The Dolphins depth at receiver is the best it has been in a while now after the emergence of Devante Parker and Preston Williams, though, so Louis won't be a lock to make the team's final roster out of training camp. And obviously he'll need to be better on the health front.

18 days ago
Preston Williams Says He'll Be Ready For Next Season

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Preston Williams (knee), who is coming off a torn ACL last year, said he will be ready for the start of the regular season this fall. Williams' emergence in his rookie season and the breakout year for Devante Parker has Miami suddenly stacked at receiver. They feel they don't need to make a significant addition to the group in the offseason with Parker, Williams, Allen Hurns, Jakeem Grant, Albert Wilson and Isaiah Ford in the fold. In eight games played last year, the 22-year-old Williams had 32 catches for 428 yards and three touchdowns. He averaged 13.4 yards a catch and is a big-bodied receiver that could do damage in the red zone. He'll be a popular breakout candidate if he proves he's healthy in training camp.

19 days ago
Ryan Fitzpatrick Confirms He's Returning For Another Season

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick confirmed that he will play again in 2020. All things considered, Fitzpatrick exceeded expectations with a rebuilding Dolphins club last year, and they'd like him back to potentially be a bridge for a rookie quarterback. Miami has the No. 5 overall selection in this year's draft and are expected to take a signal-caller in that spot. The 37-year-old journeyman quarterback completed 62 percent of his passes for 3,529 yards, 20 touchdowns and 13 interceptions for a QB rating of 85.5 in 15 starts. Fitzmagic can pull rabbits out of his hat at times, but the reality is that he'll just be keeping the seat under center warm in 2020 and will be nothing more than a midrange QB2 for fantasy owners.

22 days ago