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  1. The Miami Dolphins won’t be making any big appearances on the ESPN ESPY Awards this year but the Miami Miracle could win. Nominated for one of the best plays of the year, the Miami Miracle is up for an ESPY. You can vote now to see who moves on to the elite eight. The ESPY’s […] Miami Miracle up for ESPY Best Play of the year; vote now! - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  2. The NFL could be entering a golden age of the quarterback.  While there is still a large contingency of top quarterbacks over 30 years old (and some over 40), an impressive new crop of youngsters has emerged that gives us hope for the future. With that in mind, we’re taking a look at the top 10 NFL quarterbacks under age of 25 heading into the 2019 season. Kyler Murray, 21, Arizona Cardinals Of all the rookies this season, Murray stands out as the young quarterback best situated to have an immediate, positive impact for his team. There is plenty of hype surrounding him heading into training camp. Teammate David Johnson has declared that Murray will be “dominant” as a rookie, and the Heisman winner has been compared to Patrick Mahomes by many within the Cardinals organization. What we know for certain is that he has the tools to win with his arm and his legs. Lamar Jackson, 22, Baltimore Ravens One of the most talented dual-threat quarterbacks to enter the NFL in a long time, Jackson has a chance to thrive fo
  3. The Dolphins have signed third-round guard Michael Deiter, according to a team announcement. With that, the Dolphins have wrapped up their entire 2019 NFL Draft class. Deiter, a Wisconsin product, spent time at guard, center and tackle during his collegiate career. A self-described “mauler,” Deiter will compete with Isaac Asiata and Chris Reed for the starting left guard job. Even if he falls flat, the versatile rookie could see a decent amount of burn as a backup. Here’s the full rundown of the Fins’ draft class, via PFR’s tracker: 1-13: Christian Wilkins, DT (Clemson): Signed 3-78: Michael Deiter, G (Wisconsin): Signed 5-151: Andrew Van Ginkel, LB (Wisconsin): Signed 6-202: Isaiah Prince, T (Ohio State): Signed 7-233: Chandler Cox, FB (Auburn): Signed 7-234: Myles Gaskin, RB (Washington): Signed
  4. Former Dolphins defensive end Andre Branch will visit the Cardinals on Thursday, a source tells NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport (on Twitter). The Cardinals have been working hard to find help in the late stages of free agency, and Branch could provide veteran support for the team’s pass rush unit.  We haven’t heard much about Branch since he was released by the Dolphins in March, but he offers an impressive résumé and could be a nice value addition in the later stages of free agency. Over the last three seasons with the ‘Fins, Branch recorded 55 tackles, 11.5 sacks and three forced fumbles. Branch didn’t make sense for Miami with nearly $7M owed to him for 2019, but he would be a solid pickup on a lesser deal for Arizona. Armed with the top waiver priority in the NFL, the Cardinals pounced on former Browns tackle Desmond Harrison earlier this month. You can expect them to continue to use their No. 1 slot to land other worthwhile castaways while exploring low-cost vets like Branch between now and September. Earlier th
  5. The NFL offseason has given many players an initial chance to make a good first impression heading into the summer months, and training camp. We’re focusing on 10 of the NFL players who have created significant positive buzz during OTAs and minicamps. These men have shown the ability to carve out big roles for their respective teams in the workouts this spring. Danny Amendola, wide receiver, Detroit Lions A veteran receiver who became legendary for his postseason performances with the New England Patriots, Amendola is now in Detroit after spending one year with the Miami Dolphins. The early reports coming out of Lions workouts are positive. Amendola and quarterback Matthew Stafford appear to have instant chemistry. Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press recently wrote that, “Amendola caught just about everything thrown his way” during OTAs. It appears that the veteran will be a hot target for Stafford this season, assuming he can stay healthy. Scotty Miller, wide receiver, Tampa Bay Buccaneers The Bucs have