Their draft isn't flashy, but the Dolphins are 2-for-2 in selecting players who can start at positions of need.
He might have been the 62nd overall pick, but RB Daniel Thomas could be a fantasy sleeper in Miami's backfield.
The Dolphins traded three picks to the Redskins to move up to No. 62 and draft Kansas State RB Daniel Thomas.
The Dolphins did not draft the best player available, instead addressing a need by taking OG-C Mike Pouncey.
Former Dolphins TE and broadcaster Jim Mandich died Tuesday night at the age of 62 after a bout with cancer.
NFL players were told on Monday evening they could return to work by Judge Susan Richard Nelson, and on Tuesday morning, they did.
Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall was rushed to the intensive care unit of a South Florida hospital early Saturday morning after being stabbed. He has been released from the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
While the Dolphins will return plenty of talent on defense, there is one intriguing position battle to watch to see who starts at free safety opposite Yeremiah Bell.
The Dolphins have promoted Brian Gaine to director of player personnel.
Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall wrote on Twitter he thinks Miami fans are in store for an enjoyable season and that at least one QB in the draft will turn into a great success.
The lockout came at a rough time for a Dolphins team trying to revamp its offense, as Chad Henne will likely remain the starter, and he brings with him Miami's best chance to win.
Roger Goodell spoke with Dolphins season-ticket holders on Wednesday and said that the owners are ready to resume negotiations with the players.
PFW looks back at the last 10 players chosen with the 15th pick in the NFL draft, including LB Brian Cushing by the Texans in 2009.
In the 26th installment of the Draft Dose series, PFW takes a look at six teams that could consider drafting an interior lineman, like Florida's Mike Pouncey.
If Dolphins CB Sean Smith can cure his drops on potential interceptions, he can become a Pro Bowl corner opposite Vontae Davis.