2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
5-11, 4th in AFC East

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

New Dolphins defender Kyle Van Noy expects to play everywhere just like he did in New England. "I don't consider myself having a position. I'm just a football player." Confirmed Brian Flores guy. He also says he wasn't surprised that Tom Brady left New England. "I feel like he got what he deserved."

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

New Dolphins RB Jordan Howard on his style: "Rugged, pretty physical. I like to make defenders feel me. I'd rather hit them than them hit me. I definitely try to make them quit so that way in the 4th quarter they don't really want to tackle me." Howard also says he's 100% after shoulder injury slowed him in Philly late last season.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Byron Jones is pumped to play with Xavien Howard: "To play across from another guy that's a top-tier corner, I think that will be a cool little duo for us." "The most important part is having no weak links and that's what we're trying to create in our defensive secondary." Jones said he's wanted to be "a part of the building of something special" and become "a catalyst for culture change" in that group.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins C Ted Karras is staying busy during coronavirus. He's finishing up his Masters in Business Administration at Indiana University, working out with his neighbors weight rack, running up/down the street and doing band workouts. Karras said Dolphins gained his respect w/ Week 17 win at NE.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins free agents doing intro press conferences via Zoom today. Elandon Roberts and Ted Karras cited Brian Flores and his leadership as top reasons why they joined Miami. Roberts: "It just felt comfortable. I'm 100-percent all the way in... I love that I'm a Miami Dolphin."

Why Tua has dropped in Kiper's latest mock draft (1:15)
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Dolphins' biggest need remains to be at QB (0:57)
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The Undefeated: Domonique Foxworth and Cameron Wolfe weigh in on the Dolphins and their money moves (3:29)
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Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Stephen Ross and the Miami Dolphins are pledging $500K to help meet critical needs for elderly and youth in the community as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic. "This is obviously an unprecedented situation that is affecting everyone; and affecting some people a lot more than others. We want to help those who are most vulnerable and those right here in our backyard." - Dolphins CEO/team chairman Tom Garfinkel.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

‪Dolphins bringing back safety Adrian Colbert on a one-year, $1.775 million deal per his agent Drew Rosenhaus. Colbert showed some promise, starting 5 games, after being claimed off waivers from Seattle last year. Makes sense for Dolphins to bring him back, add more competition/talent to safety group behind Eric Rowe and Bobby McCain.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins agreed to a deal with former Patriots LB/FB Elandon Roberts, source tells ESPN. Roberts is the third former Patriots player (Kyle Van Noy, Ted Karras) taking the trip down south to join Brian Flores with the Dolphins during this FA period.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins get their center for now in Ted Karras to replace Daniel Kilgore at a good value: One-year, $4M. He started 15 games for Patriots last year. Second likely starting OL added in FA thus far -- G Ereck Flowers. This doesn't eliminate the Dolphins interior OL issues but it does take a step toward helping it. They will continue searching for upgrades in the draft and free agency.

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Ex-Pats Karras, Roberts join Flores on Dolphins

The Dolphins added two more former Patriots players Wednesday, agreeing to deals with center Ted Karras and versatile linebacker Elandon Roberts, sources told ESPN.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins were searching for a veteran RB to help what was the NFL's worst rushing attack. They found one part of that answer in former Eagles RB Jordan Howard — a bruising back who has been productive when he's healthy — on a two-year deal. Miami is still expected to target a RB in the first three rounds of the draft with J.K. Dobbins, Jonathan Taylor, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Zach Moss drawing strong early interest. Dolphins also adding former Eagle LB Kamu Gruiger-Hill on a one-year deal.

Team Stats

Passing Yards237.812th
Rushing Yards72.332nd
Points For19.025th
Points Against30.9

2020 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
1(5)
1(18)
1(26)
2(7)
2(24)
3(6)
4(35)
5(7)
5(9)
5(28)
6(6)
7(13)
7(32)
7(37)