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2019 Schedule
7-9, 2nd in AFC East
Dolphins, Steelers among AFC teams with question marks (1:20)
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Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins signed OLB Nate Orchard to help their pass rush and ability to set the edge. Miami also added C Tony Adams, G Kyle Fuller. The team has also waived/injured G Isaac Asiata, waived C Kirk Barron and placed WR Ricardo Louis on injured reserve.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Ryan Fitzpatrick got most of Dolphins first-team reps and was the best QB on the field in our first look at the QB battle Tuesday. Up-and-down day for Josh Rosen, who had a bad exchange with center Ryan Anderson in three of his first handful of snaps under center. Rosen also threw an interception to LB Sam Eguavoen in 7 on 7 drills. It has been a chaotic offseason for Rosen, who was left in the dark by the Cardinals for months and just had a sudden life change moving from Arizona to Florida. He did flash his arm talent and pocket presence as practice went on Tuesday.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Brian Flores said S Reshad Jones won't be here voluntary OTAs. They've had conversations. Flores expects Jones back for mandatory minicamp June 4-6.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are the Dolphins' 18 undrafted free agent signings: C Ryan Anderson, Wake Forest G Shaq Calhoun, Mississippi St LS Wesley Farnsworth, Nevada LB Terrill Hanks, New Mexico St DB Montre Hartage, Northwestern DE Dewayne Hendrix, Pitt CB Tyler Horton, Boise State WR Trenton Irwin, Stanford RB Patrick Laird, Cal DE Jonathan Ledbetter, UGA T Aaron Monteiro, BC TE Chris Myarick, Temple CB Nik Needham, UTEP S Rob Rolle, Villanova DT Cory Thomas, Mississippi State LB Tre Watson, Maryland WR Preston Williams, Colorado State P Stone Wilson, FIU

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins rookie DL Christian Wilkins, dripping in sweat, said he could tell it was Day 1 for him & his teammates back on the field. "I was working hard before I got here but this Florida heat, this Miami heat is a little different."‬ Rookie minicamp consisted of teaching primarily, but the on-field drills tested Wilkins' eyes, hands, feet and conditioning. Brian Flores couldn't help but smile when discussing Wilkins and his "fun-loving" personality. Flores also noted the contrast been Wilkins' vibe and his own "straight-edge personality." Wilkins says he knows the balance between fun and hard work, and the Dolphins are expecting him to make an impact at DE, DT and the locker room.

Darlington: Howard is absolutely worth the money (1:21)

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Xavien Howard becomes NFL's highest paid CB with a five-year, $76.5 million extension with $46 million guaranteed, sources tell ESPN. Howard will be paid $51 million in first three years of his new deal, a source tells ESPN. This is a big message from Dolphins GM Chris Grier that they will take care and keep their best players. Howard is coming off a Pro Bowl season where he was NFL's co-interception leader. He is building block for a Dolphins team trying to build the right way.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Dolphins are signing CB Xavien Howard to a record five-year, $76.5 million extension that includes $46M guaranteed, making him the highest paid CB in the NFL, sources tell ESPN. It's the largest extension for a CB. Since becoming a 2nd-round pick, Howard has gone to one Pro Bowl.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins announce they have signed five of their six draft picks, including 1st round pick Christian Wilkins, before rookie minicamp begins tomorrow. Andrew Van Ginkel, Isaiah Prince, Chandler Cox, Myles Gaskin also in the group that signed Thursday.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins likely have found their starting RT in Jordan Mills, who they are signing to a 1-year, $3 million deal as ESPN's Adam Schefter said. He also won't affect the compensatory formula since he was signed after May 8. Right tackle was a big need for Miami since Ja'Wuan James left to Broncos in free agency. Mills, who started the last 3 seasons at right tackle for Buffalo, will fill that.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Bills' OT Jordan Mills is signing a one-year, $3 million deal with the Miami Dolphins, per source. Mills now expected to be Miami's new right tackle.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards181.330th
Rushing Yards108.618th
Points For19.926th
Points Against27.1