Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says he won’t force his players to stand for the national anthem, even though he believes kneeling is a counterproductive way to promote social justice. Ross’ comments Tuesday in a statement released by the Dolphins came after the New York Daily News reported that he said all of the team’s players will stand for the anthem in 2018. Ross was in New York on Monday to be honored by the Jackie Robinson Foundation and receive its ROBIE Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Dolphins are pondering their options after QB Ryan Tannehill suffered an apparent left knee injury after falling awkwardly while scrambling during practice.
Former Miami Dolphins and University of Georgia defensive end Quentin Moses died Sunday morning in a house fire that also killed a woman and her child. Officials said the fire began at approximately 6 a.m. ET. Both Andria Godard, 31, and her 10-year-old daughter, Jasmine, were found dead in the home, located in Monroe, Georgia.
Ryan Tannehill is on a roll, and there’s more to his hot streak than simply the offensive line’s resurgence. While the guys up front have given him more time and made his job easier, he’s been sharp on downfield opportunities and weathered a barrage of hits to put up some of the best numbers of his career. Of everything that’s gone right for the Dolphins on their four-game winning streak, Tannehill’s progress sticks out as one of the chief reasons this team turned its season around.
Arian Foster has retired with the Miami Dolphins after his latest lower body injury.
Foster and the Texans parted ways in March after seven years
With the 2016 NFL Draft at its conclusion, it’s time to take a deep breath and take stock of which players Miami selected in rounds 1 to 3.
Laremy Tunsil’s bizarre social media-inspired tumble, Broncos trading up for QB Paxton Lynch and more during the first round of the 2016 NFL draft.