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    The Miami Dolphins finally make the right call with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, one that is several days overdue at this point. ESPN broke some news on Monday that shouldn’t have been “breaking”: Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel officially ruled out quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in a Week 5 game versus the New York Jets. Breaking: Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel announced that QB Tua Tagovailoa will be out this week against the New York Jets. He is still in concussion protocol. pic.twitter.com/mFesLxKIOG — ESPN (@espn) October 3, 2022 Tagovailoa is still in concussion protocol, according to ESPN, and is expected to take the next week to continue his recovery after a frightening injury during Week 4. Tagovailoa seemed to exhibit troubling “neurological symptoms“, according to neurologists who spoke with Yahoo! Sports. It is suspected that Tagovailoa could have possibly experienced a concussion during a Week 3 match versus the Buffalo Bills, which is why the NFLPA decided to fire the independent neurologist who helped the Dolphins clear Tagovailoa for a return during the Bills game. “We are all outraged by...
    The NFL and NFLPA have announced they are working together to modify concussion protocols and anticipate to make changes in the 'coming days'.  The announcement came after Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was taken to hospital with a concussion in Thursday's NFL game against the Bengals after he finished out his side's win over the Bills last Sunday, despite receiving a brutal hit in the first half.  The decision to clear the quarterback and allow him to play against the Bengals was met with criticism and the league and the players' association have now agreed that modifications to the Concussion Protocol are needed to enhance player safety. The joint investigation into the application of the Concussion Protocol involving Tagovailoa remains ongoing and the statement said no conclusions about medical errors or protocol violations have yet been made.  The statement, released Saturday evening, read: 'The joint NFL-NFLPA investigation into the application of the Concussion Protocol involving Miami Dolphins' quarterback Tua Tagovailoa remains ongoing. Therefore, we have not made any conclusions about medical errors or protocol violations. 'The NFL and the NFLPA agree that...
    Byron Jones hasn’t participated in a football practice in months because of a left ankle procedure he underwent in March, but the Miami Dolphins don’t seem concerned that the starting cornerback will miss the start of the regular season. At least not at this point. “There is concern with him continuing to progress…. It takes a full commitment each and every day for that to hold true,” Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said when asked if Jones would be ready for the Sept. 11 regular season home opener against the New England Patriots. “Right now we are confident in how he is rehabbing. If there is a setback we will be concerned, but until then we feel pretty good about it.” Jones, who began camp on the physically unable to perform list, participated in on-the-field work during the offseason program. But he hasn’t been spotted on the field since training camp began last week for reasons that are unclear at this time. It is possible that Jones, who has started 103 NFL games during his career, and contributed 58 tackles, one...
    Suspended Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross isn't appealing his NFL-imposed punishment over tampering allegations involving Tom Brady, but that doesn't mean the billionaire real estate developer is happy. As Pro Football Talk reported Tuesday, Ross is 'going apes***' over the penalty, which includes the Dolphins forfeiting a 2023 first-round pick and a third-rounder in 2024. Furthermore, Ross was fined $1.5 million and banned until October 17. He is prohibited from entering the Dolphins' facility before then. Specifically, Ross and the Dolphins are accused of making impermissible contact with Brady, the legendary Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, and now-former New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton while the two were under contract. Ross allegedly tried to make Brady a team executive and limited partner. Ross did avoid any punishment over former head coach Brian Flores's tanking allegations. Flores sued the team and the NFL for racial discrimination after being fired in January, and has since taken a defensive assistant position under Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin in Pittsburgh. As Pro Football Talk reported Tuesday, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross (pictured) is 'going apes***' over...
    Tight end was one of the Miami Dolphins’ deepest positions in 2021, and they’re running it back at the position in 2022. Mike Gesicki was placed on the franchise tag and Durham Smythe was re-signed for two years with Adam Shaheen, Hunter Long and Cethan Carter already under contract, making it so that the five Dolphins that played tight end last season are set to return. Gesicki, who uses his long, rangy 6-foot-6 build to make contested catches, looks to take another step forward after he has increased his receiving totals every year to the point of finishing with 73 receptions for 780 yards last season. Smythe, known more for his blocking prowess, also set career highs in 2021 with 34 catches for 357 yards. With a lot of tight ends, comes a lot of tight end snaps. The Dolphins led the NFL in 2021 by lining up in 12 personnel — one running back and two tight ends — on 61 percent of their offensive plays. That was more than twice as often as any other team used such...
    DeVante Parker is the longest-tenured Miami Dolphins player, and based on the caliber of offers the Dolphins are fielding for the seven-year veteran it appears his stay might be extended into the 2022 season. General manager Chris Grier said in the wake of completing the trade that brought six-time Pro Bowl receiver Tyreek Hill to the Dolphins, the organization has listened to offers from teams trying to acquire Parker, who caught 40 passes for 515 yards and scored two touchdowns in the 10 games he played last season. However, nothing appears to entice their interest enough so far to execute a deal. “We like having good players, so we feel really good about that receiver room. The expectations is he’ll be here, but we always listen,” Grier said Monday at the NFL Annual Meetings when asked about Parker. “We’re always listening.” Adding Hill in a trade, which was followed by the Dolphins making him the highest-paid receiver in the NFL, and signing Cedrick Wilson to a three-year deal worth $22 million to serve as Miami’s new slot receiver, could lead...
    When the Miami Dolphins lost their penultimate game of the 2021 season, a demoralizing defeat at the Tennessee Titans, 34-3, it rendered their home finale against the New England Patriots meaningless. The Dolphins (8-8) were eliminated from playoff contention, and the possibility of a win-and-in scenario in the AFC East rivalry matchup and 4:25 p.m. kickoff at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday was squashed. But don’t say it’s meaningless to Dolphins coach Brian Flores, who, in addition to always coaching to win, would love nothing more than to stick it to his former organization that he spent a decade and a half with as an assistant coach and scout under Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Does Flores believe in the notion of finishing a season on a high note? When his five-win 2019 team finished with a win at New England, it sprung the Dolphins to a surprising 10-6 campaign in 2020. After that season concluded with a crushing loss at the Buffalo Bills that kept Miami out of the postseason, the Dolphins then started 2021 with a...
    The Miami Dolphins’ game at the Tennessee Titans on Sunday is already big enough without considering who the quarterback on the other side is. A win catapults Dolphins playoff chances and puts them in a win-and-in scenario in their regular-season finale against the New England Patriots. A loss, and there are scenarios where Miami could even be eliminated this weekend. For Dolphins fans, whatever emotions the final result incites will only be amplified by Titans quarterback, longtime Miami signal-caller Ryan Tannehill, being the one it comes against. The Dolphins will either go through him to boost their playoff chances or have those hopes crushed by him — or at least his team. While Tannehill, who spent seven years in Miami, was once the franchise’s first-round quarterback, now it’s Tua Tagovailoa, and he’s not consuming himself with any storylines surrounding the inevitable comparisons that will come between the franchise’s former and current QB. “Ryan’s not playing corner or he’s not going to be pressuring me, so I’m not going to be watching film on Ryan,” Tagovailoa said...
    “If you can get a group of young men to band together, to trust one another, to believe in one another, to practice and prepare at a high level then you’ll win ball games. Period! I believe that.” That was the theme of Brian Flores’ message during his introductory press conference as the Miami Dolphins’ new head coach in February 2019. Flores had just served as the play-caller on a defense for the recently crowned Super Bowl champs, the New England Patriots, an organization he spent 15 years with, working his way up the organization while working under Bill Belichick. He wasn’t in a rush to become a head coach, which is evident from his lack of job or organizational movement. And he wasn’t just going to take any job offered to him. Flores stressed that his philosophical believes had to be aligned with the general manager, and the owner had to be committed to doing everything “the right way.” Flores vowed to build a football team the right way, and stressed that the process...
    It’s that point in the NFL season when you’re seeing conference standings and playoff pictures with every game’s conclusion — you know, the ones that list columns of the division leaders, wild card teams and those in the hunt. The Miami Dolphins, of course, at 4-7, are not in any one of those categories. However, after three straight victories after Sunday’s 24-17 win at the New York Jets, the climbing Dolphins could probably be described as: in the hunt to be in the hunt. What the AFC looks like after Week 11: Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens, New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs leading the four divisions; Cincinnati Bengals, Los Angeles Chargers and Buffalo Bills holding wild card spots at 6-4 each. Just outside: Pittsburgh Steelers at 5-4-1, Indianapolis Colts and Cleveland Browns at 6-5, Las Vegas Raiders and Denver Broncos at 5-5. And then, 1½ games off of that mark are the Dolphins. With such a cluster of teams vying for those playoff spots, Miami still has a long way to go. But with three consecutive...
    “We Had Freedom to Change the Mythology:” An Oral History of ‘Smallville’ 5 Financial Moves To Make After Your Student Loan Is Forgiven To the people of the United Kingdom, we sincerely apologize. Can the Browns stop an undefeated Cardinals in Week 6? | On Site USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Week 5 Start Em or Sit Em: Tight Ends Sports Illustrated Steve Kornacki breaks down Super Bowl odds TODAY Bills top AFC after convincing win over Chiefs and more NFL headlines from week 5 CBS News Pelissero: Kadarius Toney likely to be fined, not suspended, after ejection vs. Cowboys NFL Pelissero: Flores hopeful Tua Tagovailoa will return to practice this week NFL Kinkhabwala: How Steelers offense changed their narrative vs. Broncos in Week 5 win NFL Ross: 49ers offense looks very limited with Trey Lance at QB NFL Josh Allen tells Dylan Schefter how far he can throw a football NFL Slimetime...
    Dolphins seem to be permanently smiling... but it seems darker emotions may be bubbling under the surface. After studying 'alliance networks' between male bottlenose dolphins living in Shark Bay, Western Australia, marine researchers now reckon the mammals can hold a grudge. A team from Bristol University found individual dolphins responded strongly to the calls of 'allies' that had come to their aid in the past.  But they were more likely to ignore those who hadn't previously helped – even if they had seemed on friendly terms. Dolphins seem to be permanently smiling... but it seems darker emotions may be bubbling under the surface. After studying 'alliance networks' between male bottlenose dolphins living in Shark Bay, Western Australia, marine researchers now reckon the mammals can hold a grudge Dolphins team up to hunt or protect themselves from predators and form social concepts of 'team membership', the study in Nature Communications argued.  Dr Stephanie King said: 'Social animals can possess sophisticated ways of classifying relationships with members of the same species. 'In our own society, we use social knowledge to classify...
    25 horror movies that were based on true stories How Much You Need To Live Comfortably in 50 Major US Cities In theory, it is difficult to quibble with the smart and progressive approach the Dolphins have taken to their rebuild under general manager Chris Grier. I've long been a proponent of them finally taking the long-view – and full roster teardown – in order to best position themselves for potential sustained success. © Provided by CBS Sports And Friday's trades – moving out of the third overall selection in a trade with the 49ers, and then eventually back into the sixth spot via a swap with the Eagles – are again a testament to that. There is a clear vision and execution and method to their maneuvers and roster/asset manipulations. I'm not wavering from championing any of that as an organizational strata. However, we have reached a point now, with expectations raised, when this enterprise is shifting from theory to practice – as in finding and developing the best from those draft selections with all involved working in...
    The Texans continue to lose and that is great news for the Dolphins. Bill O’Brien haunts the Houston Texans months after being fired. The Texans fell Sunday to the Cincinnati Bengals to drop to 4-11 on the season and jump into a top-five draft slot. The only problem? That pick belongs to the Miami Dolphins, as does the team’s second-round pick. O’Brien really wanted Laremy Tunsil and was will to sacrifice the future of the team to get him. The Texans’ first-round pick that the Dolphins own thanks to the Laremy Tunsil trade is now a Top 5 pick…. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 27, 2020 Dolphins having an amazing 2020The Dolphins are now in position to make the playoffs and pick in the top five of the 2021 NFL Draft. Tunsil isn’t awful, but in no way was he worth what O’Brien sent to Miami to get the deal done. This move was enough to break Texans fans. Sending DeAndre Hopkins to Arizona for next to nothing finally broke those who had initially held on. Between the Dolphins and Texans,...
    MIAMI (AP) — Besides throwing for 350 yards to help the Dolphins beat the 49ers, Ryan Fitzpatrick made a nice catch when teammate Tua Tagovailoa jumped into his arms to celebrate a touchdown. For another week, at least, that may the only way Tagovailoa gets onto the field. Fitzpatrick quelled Miami’s quarterback controversy with one of the best performances of his up-and-down career at San Francisco, ensuring he’ll start again Sunday against the New York Jets. “He’s the greatest teammate I’ve played with,” tight end Mike Gesicki said Monday. “He’s always having fun; the energy and confidence he brings are contagious, and he makes the guys around him better. If I could play with him for the next 15 years, I would do it. He’s the man.” If the Dolphins (2-3) win again Sunday and Fitzpatrick plays well, it’s hard to imagine coach Brian Flores switching QBs during the bye week that follows. Otherwise that would have been a logical time to promote Tagovailoa, Miami’s top draft pick and potential franchise quarterback. Flores said he didn’t consider putting...
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