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By on October 27, 2011 at 7:33 pm

The NFL Network Reporter and writer joins the program to share the national view on the Dolphins. Also, get Wyche’s thoughts on the future of Terrell Owens.


By on October 26, 2011 at 7:57 pm

The guys respond to a question from the live chat regarding Terrell Owens, and if the former Pro Bowl WR might be of interest to the Dolphins. Furthermore, the guys discuss if running the ball might be the key to success versus the Giants defense as well as breaking down the match-up between the Dolphins defense and the New York offense.

By on November 4, 2010 at 12:23 pm

Sam and Pat Surtain knew how to cover. And dance.

While playing corner for the Miami Dolphins, Sam Madison went to four Pro Bowls and formed one of the great CB combos in franchise history, shutting down opposing receivers with Patrick Surtain for over half a decade. So when it comes to the pair of second year cornerbacks on the current Dolphins roster, Sam’s opinion is a pretty good one to have.

By on October 31, 2010 at 4:40 pm

The Miami Dolphins improved to a perfect 4-0 on the road and 4-3 overall this afternoon thanks to a 22-14 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Dan Carpenter kicked five field goals, including a career-long 54-yarder, to help  Miami build up some points, and then Ricky Williams ran for his first touchdown of the season to extend the lead and seal the deal in the fourth quarter.

By on October 30, 2010 at 9:06 am

Week 8

The Miami Dolphins look to run their road record to a perfect 4-0 in Cincinnati this week as they also look for their first win against the Bengals since 2000. This will be the 19th all-time meeting between the teams, with the Fins having won 13 of the previous 18, but the Bengals were the winners the last two times they met, in December of 2007 and September of 2004.

By on October 29, 2010 at 2:41 pm

With the Dolphins and Bengals getting set for Sunday’s game at Paul Brown Stadium, here is the official injury report for the game, as released by the teams on Friday afternoon:


S Reshad Jones/OUT/Knee (did not practice today)

CB Nolan Carroll/QUESTIONABLE/Ankle (limited practice today)

FB Deon Anderson/QUESTIONABLE/Tricep (limited practice today)


DE Jonathan Fanene/OUT/Hamstring (did not practice today)

S Roy Williams/DOUBTFUL/Knee (limited practice today)

HB Brian Leonard/QUESTIONABLE/Thigh (full practice today)

LB Brandon Johnson/QUESTIONABLE/Knee (limited practice today)

CB Jonathan Joseph/QUESTIONABLE/Ankle (limited practice today)

S Chinedum Ndukwe/QUESTIONABLE/Knee (limited practice today)

CB Morgan Trent/QUESTIONABLE/Knee (limited practice today)

CB Leon Hall/PROBABLE/Hamstring (full practice today)

WR Terrell Owens/PROBABLE/Hand (full practice today)

QB Carson Palmer/PROBABLE/Hip (full practice today)

LB Keith Rivers/PROBABLE/Foot (full practice today)

OT Andre Smith/PROBABLE/Ankle (full practice today)

By on October 29, 2010 at 9:00 am

Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith came into the league last season as a second round pick out of Utah.  He made an immediate impact and was inserted into the starting lineup for all sixteen games as a rookie. 

This season, the play of former top pick Jason Allen has pushed Sean from the starting spot, but it hasn’t stopped him from pushing just as hard at regaining the job or playing all out in nickel, or even a little at safety.

By on October 29, 2010 at 7:02 am

Trying to stop both Ochocinco and Ochouno will not be easy

Sunday afternoon in Cincinnati, the Dolphins will face the challenge of trying to slow down and contain two of the most dangerous receivers in the NFL. How can they stop them? Leave it to our resident cornerback to explain. Former Dolphin Sam Madison is about to take you on a defensive journey and into the world of the diva receivers to let you know what Miami needs to do…

Guest Blog, by Sam Madison

Chad Ochocino will be in rare form this Sunday, playing against his hometown team with all his family watching.

By on October 28, 2010 at 6:00 pm

The Dolphins head back out on the road this Sunday to take on the Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati for a 1pm kickoff.

The road has been a friendly place so far for the Dolphins, having won on all three of their previous trips away from Miami.  It began with an opening week win at Buffalo, followed by a victory against Brett Favre and the Vikings in Minnesota, and was followed with an overtime win at Green Bay.

By on October 28, 2010 at 5:13 pm

This Sunday’s game at Cincinnati will feature three of the NFL’s big name wide receivers in the Dolphins Brandon Marshall joined by the Bengals Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco.

Owens leads the Bengals in receiving with 564 yards with three touchdowns, while Marshall tops the Dolphins with 524 receiving yards with one touchdown.

Brandon is averaging 83.7 receiving yards per game on the road so far this season and will be looking to improve on his touchdown total at Paul Brown Stadium. 

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