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  1. There will not be much in the way of camp competition for the Miami Dolphins at the wide receiver position, at least not on the front end. Nine wide receivers will line up for this year Miami Dolphins training camp and while that can change before camp actually starts, the main competition will come within […] Miami Dolphins camp will have fringe WR battle for roster spots - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  2. The observation that the Miami Dolphins’ defense is going to be horrible in 2019 can be found at just about every corner of the internet. Within the last 24 hours, EA Sports has decreed Miami’s defense the worst in the league with their ratings and NFL.com’s Elliot Harrison has cast some harsh criticism at the Dolphins’ roster in his 2019 coaches power rankings. Here’s what Harrison had to say about Miami: “…Flores faces an arduous task. The Dolphins might have the worst overall roster in the league. On the other hand, Flores achieved greatness while in New England, as he was a part of four Super Bowl winners during his 15 seasons with the club. Flores called defensive plays last year, which is notable considering that the Patriots finished seventh in points allowed. Whether he can work wonders with the woeful Miami defense is another matter.” – Elliot Harrison, NFL.com But just how woeful is the forecast for the Dolphins’ defense this year? If anything, the team’s offense looms as a bigger threat to Miami’s
  3. Video game developer EA Sports released their first round of team and player ratings for their upcoming “Madden 20” video game — and everyone has something to say about it. Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen took great offense to his overall ranking and some of the scores that contributed to that final number, taking to social media to blast the scoring. Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard did no such thing — but he’d have been well within his rights to do so after it was revealed that Howard was scored an 83 overall in this year’s game. That score is good for the 27th best cornerback in football. Yikes. While Howard didn’t both channeling any of the negative energy yesterday towards anything public — the public was quick to voice their displeasure with the disrespect. Fans and Dolphins writers alike were quick to hammer the rating. Some pointed out the outrageous discrepancy between Howard and players with similar accolades coming off of the 2018 season. While others, like Dolphins beat wri
  4. Don’t play video games? Good! Then you are less likely to be irritated by all of the hoopla surrounding EA Sports’ latest commandeering of football headlines this offseason. The video game developer has created one of the all-time juggernauts in sports and entertainment with their annual release of the “Madden” NFL football franchise — so much so that the release of ratings and player rankings is big time news. So when the debut of this year’s ratings dropped yesterday, fans everywhere had something to say. What does the initial release look like for the Miami Dolphins? We’ve heard the pendulum swing back and forth on prognosis of Miami’s upcoming season — did EA Sports fall in line with Las Vegas’ assumption that the Dolphins will stink? Yes. Yes they did. The Dolphins’ team rating of a 74 is the worst rating of any team in the game, which is scheduled for release on August 10, 2019. Next closest? The New York Giants with a 77 overall rating. And it wasn’t just a bad overall score — Miami’s offensive and de
  5. Miami Dolphins assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell will be stepping away from the team for the 2019 season. Caldwell announced on Saturday that he’s taking a leave of absence to deal with some health concerns. “I will be stepping back due to some medical complications that require my full attention,” Caldwell said, via the Dolphins official website. “I want to thank Stephen Ross, Chris Grier, Coach Flores and the rest of the organization for the support they have given me and my family.” Caldwell, 64, joined the Dolphins’ staff under first-year head coach Brian Flores in February. The idea was to have him help with young quarterback Josh Rosen.  Best known for leading the Indianapolis Colts to the Super Bowl in his first season as a head coach in 1999, Caldwell has been in the coaching ranks since 1977, when he was a graduate assistant for Iowa. More recently, Caldwell acted as the Detroit Lions’ head coach from 2014-17, posting a 36-28 record.