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Injury roundup: Tannehill says knee is '100 percent'
The Dolphins opened OTAs with their signal-caller at full strength. Ryan Tannehill told reporters he felt "100 percent" following an offseason of speculation regarding his partially torn ACL.
Julius Thomas joins Dolphins as 'much better person'
Whether Dolphins tight end Julius Thomas arrived in Miami a better player or not remains to be seen. But he knows he's coming to his new team as a better person.
Ndamukong Suh 'sick and tired' of losing in playoffs
Two years into Ndamukong Suh's mega contract, the All-Pro defensive tackle says he's tired of losing in the first round of the postseason. The 30-year-old has been to the playoffs three times in his career.
Dolphins OC: Jay Ajayi '200 percent better' receiver
Jay Ajayi was one of the top running backs in the NFL last season, even though he wasn't much of a factor in the passing game. The Dolphins' offensive coordinator believes that will change in 2017.
Dolphins got Peyton's approval on Julius Thomas
Life is all about who you know, and thankfully for Julius Thomas, he knows Peyton Manning. Before Miami traded for Thomas, the Dolphins phoned the future Hall of Fame QB.
Dolphins OC: DeVante Parker will have 'gigantic year'
Count offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen as one Dolphin buying into the South Beach optimism. The coach predicted a huge 2017 for one of Miami's former first-round picks, DeVante Parker.
Dolphins pick up Ju'Wuan James' fifth-year option
Just two days ahead of the fifth-year option deadline, the Miami Dolphins have made clear their plans to stick with offensive tackle Ja'Wuan James.
Jarvis Landry says Dolphins will sweep Patriots in 2017
Dolphins wideout Jarvis Landry threw a sticky gauntlet at the Super Bowl champions this offseason, telling a London crowd this week that his team will beat the Patriots twice in 2017.
AFC East Offseason Overhaul: Patriots keep tight grip
The other teams keep trying, God bless 'em, but the Patriots own the AFC East, with the Brandin Cooks trade being Exhibit A. Marc Sessler puts the division -- and its eternal ruler -- in context.
Miami Dolphins waive former No. 3 pick Dion Jordan
The Dion Jordan saga is over in Miami. The Dolphins waived the former No. 3 overall pick with a failed physical designation. Jordan started just one game in South Beach.
T.J. McDonald signs one-year deal with Miami Dolphins
Days after T.J. McDonald learned he would be suspended for the first eight games of the 2017 season, the former Rams safety signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins.
Adam Gase: Dolphins will do right by Jarvis Landry
Coach Adam Gase is confident the Dolphins will do right by Jarvis Landry in terms of contract talks. Will Landry skip offseason practices if he doesn't receive a lucrative new deal?