Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 6 updates

Kenyan Drake and the Dolphins have one more stretch of practices before the preseason begins. (Getty Images) DAVIE — The Dolphins are beginning their second stretch of training camp practices this morning and will go four straight days before taking another break. The preseason begins Aug. 9 with a home game against Tampa Bay. In … Continue reading “Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 6 updates”

What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Monday (Day 5 of training camp)

DAVIE — The Dolphins held their first fully padded practice of training camp this morning, but it didn’t go completely as planned. About a half-hour into their work, the team was forced to shift into the practice bubble because of lightning in the area. It was still a productive day, however, with by far the … Continue reading “What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Monday (Day 5 of training camp)”

Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 4 updates

DAVIE — The Dolphins are enjoying a more pleasant morning of training camp today thanks to some cloud cover, and if it starts raining they’ll shift over to the air-conditioned practice bubble. They’re still in shoulder pads, with Monday’s practice like to be the first one in full gear. Here are some notes from today’s … Continue reading “Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 4 updates”

What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Saturday (Day 3 of training camp)

DAVIE — The Dolphins are step closer to being ready for the upcoming season after putting on shoulder pads for this morning’s training camp practice. There were minimal injury issues, which continues a good run for Miami. Backup offensive lineman Jake Brendel remains out with a calf injury, and receiver Isaiah Ford was out after … Continue reading “What Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase said Saturday (Day 3 of training camp)”

Renewed DE Charles Harris ready to shine for Miami Dolphins

Charles Harris feels ready to max out his second season. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — Charles Harris feels like a new man heading into his second season with the Dolphins, and it’s clear just by looking at his face that something is different. After being selected No. 22 in last year’s draft, the transition to … Continue reading “Renewed DE Charles Harris ready to shine for Miami Dolphins”

Hit and miss: Which Jordan Phillips are the Dolphins getting in 2018?

There’s been very little questioning of Jordan Phillips’ talent, but his actual performance has been up and down since the Dolphins drafted him in the second round in 2015. They expected more from a player selected No. 52 overall, but it’s been difficult to predict what he’ll give them throughout his career. Phillips has been … Continue reading “Hit and miss: Which Jordan Phillips are the Dolphins getting in 2018?”

Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 2 updates

Adam Gase and DeVante Parker were back on the field for Day 2 of training camp. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE — It’s another rough morning for practice as the Dolphins hit the field for Day 2 of training camp. Adam Gase called Thursday’s session possibly the hottest he’s endured since taking the job, and today … Continue reading “Miami Dolphins 2018 training camp report: Day 2 updates”

How can Dolphins be sure Danny Amendola, Frank Gore have something left?

DAVIE — The Dolphins have brought in a handful of longtime veterans over the past two years who proved to be way too far past their prime. Mario Williams was a useless signing in 2016, Arian Foster wasn’t much better, and last year’s additions of Julius Thomas and Lawrence Timmons were duds. None of those … Continue reading “How can Dolphins be sure Danny Amendola, Frank Gore have something left?”

Miami Dolphins QB David Fales eyes career-changing opportunity

DAVIE — Journeyman quarterback David Fales has gone into every season believing he had a chance to make a team’s roster, but he’s never been as well set up for it as he is now. This is his third year with Dolphins coach Adam Gase and he’s been part of the team without much interruption … Continue reading “Miami Dolphins QB David Fales eyes career-changing opportunity”

NFL national anthem policy: Kenny Stills, Robert Quinn want free speech

DAVIE — The simplest and most ideal solution Kenny Stills is offering amid the NFL’s national anthem policy debate is to get rid of it altogether. The league and the NFLPA are discussing revisions to the rules the owners enacted in March, and the mandate for players to stand or stay out of sight is … Continue reading “NFL national anthem policy: Kenny Stills, Robert Quinn want free speech”