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Dolphins to sign DE Calais Campbell, acquiring one of NFL’s and UM’s best

The Miami Dolphins, seeking pass-rushing help on the defensive line, will get a noteworthy boost by signing defensive end Calais Campbell, bringing home a University of Miami Hurricane and one of the NFL’s most-respected players, the Sun Sentinel has confirmed. NFL Network first reported the Campbell acquisition.  In the last three seasons, Campbell has made 45 starts in 46 games, totaling 13.5 sacks for Baltimore (2021-22) and Atlanta (2023). The Dolphins would likely look for Campbell, arguably a Hall of Fame player with 105.5 career sacks, to be a rotational player for defensive coordinator...

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Dolphins adding safety depth with veteran Marcus Maye

The Miami Dolphins were thought to need depth at safety, and they addressed that hole Monday night after last week’s conclusion of the offseason workout program. The Dolphins are signing veteran safety Marcus Maye, according to a league source. Maye, 31, has 77 NFL starts over seven seasons — the first five with the New York Jets and the past two with the New Orleans Saints. He has 409 career tackles, eight interceptions and 28 pass deflections, having played both free and strong safety. Maye’s 2023 season with the Saints was cut short, on injured reserve due to a shoulder injury. He also served...

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Former Dolphins first-round pick DeVante Parker retires

DeVante Parker, the former Miami Dolphins wide receiver and first-round draft pick, has retired. Parker, who spent his first seven NFL seasons with the Dolphins, was just more than two months removed from signing with the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason. However, as teams across the league get going with organized team activities ahead of the 2024 season, he decided to call it a career instead. The 31-year-old cited wanting to spend more time with his children to ESPN as his reasoning for the decision. Parker, although often battling injuries, never had a season where he played fewer than...

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Miami Dolphins’ 2024 week-by-week schedule

Miami Dolphins‘ 2024 schedule PRESEASON Fri., Aug. 9  ATLANTA FALCONS, 7 p.m.; CBS Sat., Aug. 17 WASHINGTON COMMANDERS 7 p.m.; CBS Fri., Aug. 23 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 7:30 p.m.; CBS REGULAR SEASON Week 1, Sept. 8: Vs JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS, 1 p.m., CBS Week 2, Sept. 12: Vs. BUFFALO BILLS, 8:15 p.m.; Prime Video (Thursday Night Football) Week 3, Sept. 22: At Seattle Seahawks, 4:05 p.m.; CBS Week 4, Sept. 30: Vs. TENNESSEE TITANS, 7:30 p.m.; ESPN (Monday Night Football) Week 5, Oct. 6: At New England Patriots, 1 p.m.; FOX Week 6, Oct. 13: BYE Week 7, Oct. 20: At Indianapolis Colts, 1 p.m.; FOX Week...

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Dolphins get whopping five prime-time games on 2024 schedule, including Thanksgiving in Green Bay

The more the Miami Dolphins consistently put a high-profile product on the field, the more they get the national prime-time spotlight. The Dolphins have five night games on their 2024 regular season schedule, which was unveiled Wednesday night. Among them, Miami will visit the Green Bay Packers for a Thursday night game on Thanksgiving Day. The Dolphins also get Monday night matchups with the Los Angeles Rams and Tennessee Titans, a late-season Sunday night pairing with the Browns in potentially frigid Cleveland and the Week 2 Thursday night showdown with the Buffalo Bills that was already announced...

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Dave Hyde: No-risk move for Odell Beckham Jr. gives Dolphins some good Plan B options

Say this for Odell Beckham Jr.: He makes everything more interesting. He gives this Miami Dolphins offense added options. He doesn’t have the electricity of his New York Giants youth. Nor does he come with the burdened payday he had last year in Baltimore. But his no-risk signing Friday with the Dolphins provides some interesting thoughts toward solving their primary problems last season: 1. Having a Plan B against good defenses. 2. Managing Tyreek Hill’s workload so he’s healthy in December and January. There’s Beckham Jr.’s role. There’s how he succeeds as a third receiver. There’s what he...

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Fast facts: Learn more about Dolphins’ OT Patrick Paul, Miami’s second-round pick

MIAMI GARDENS —The Miami Dolphins selected offensive tackle Patrick Paul in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday night. Here are some things to know about the Dolphins’ second-round pick: Patrick Paul Pos./round: OT-G/Round 2 School: Houston Year: Senior Ht.: 6-7 Wt.: 331 Hometown: Houston Comment: Paul is long-armed and athletic; he can play left or right tackle or offensive guard, and he’s got such smarts that one scout said he’s smart enough to also play center. … Paul is regarded as a better pass blocker than run blocker. … Paul has work to do on his overall game, according to general...

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Dolphins take Houston tackle Patrick Paul in second round of NFL draft

MIAMI GARDENS — After the edge defender Thursday came the offensive tackle Friday for the Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins selected Houston’s Patrick Paul in the second round of the NFL draft, pick No. 55. At 6-foot-7 1/2 and 331 pounds, Paul is an experienced left tackle with 44 college starts who was a first-team All-American Athletic Conference selection three years running. Paul tested well at the NFL scouting combine, running a 5.13-second 40-yard dash and bench pressing 30 reps. With his long arms, he is scouted as having pass-blocking skills that are ahead of his run blocking. “He was the...

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Instant analysis: Quick thoughts on edge rusher Chop Robinson, the Miami Dolphins’ first-round pick in 2024 NFL draft

Quick thoughts from South Florida Sun Sentinel staffers on the Miami Dolphins‘ selection of edge rusher Chop Robinson in the first round of the 2024 NFL draft. Chris Perkins, Dolphins Columnist I like the selection of an edge rusher. This is a solid pick, but unspectacular. Chop Robinson is regarded as someone with a quick first step but his immediate impact remains a question. Still, Miami needed an edge rusher and it got one. No argument here. David Furones, Dolphins Writer Miami Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel has said edge defender is his favorite position — a bit of a shocking admission for...

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Dolphins draft Penn State edge rusher Chop Robinson with first opening-round pick in three years

MIAMI GARDENS — The last two first-round picks for the Miami Dolphins have now been pass rushers. The Dolphins selected Penn State edge defender Chop Robinson with the No. 21 pick in Thursday’s first round. It was the first time they picked in the draft’s opening round in three years, the last being Jaelan Phillips, the former Miami Hurricane edge rusher who was the Dolphins’ selection with the No. 18 pick in 2021 after they picked wide receiver Jaylen Waddle at 6 that year. With Phillips (Achilles) and fellow outside linebacker Bradley Chubb (knee) rehabbing from season-ending injuries this...

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