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11 hours ago The Splash Zone 7/5/20: Dolphins Still Looking For Their Next Marino
Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images for SiriusXM Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Dan Marino retired back in 1995 and the Dolphins quarterback situation has been a mess since then. For whatever reason, the Dolphins did not spend a first round pick on a quarterback until the 2012 draft where they drafted Ryan Tannehill. Two months ago, the team hopefully selected their next franchise quarterback in Tua Tagovailoa, who is a much better prospect than Tannehill was when he came out. Marino retired as one of the greatest of all time and hopefully Tua ends that cursed drought the Dolphins and their fans have endured for the past 20 years. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Tua, Dolphins continue to chase down Dan MarinoNot since Dan Marino in 1995 has Miami had a Pro Bowl quarterback – the longest-active streak in the league, per NFL Research. Dolphins Defensive Line Miami Dolphins profiles: DT Christian Wilkins enjoys uplifting rookie season - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLChristian Wilkins, on the exuberance he brings to the Dolphins: ‘To celebrate with them is all part of being a good teammate. It’s part of creating positive, fun energy.’ Former Dolphins Kendrick Norton embracing life, a year after crash that took his arm - ProFootballTalkA year ago, life was different for Kendrick Norton, as he was preparing for NFL training camp in the same city he starred in college. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 7/3/20: Dolphins And Rest Of NFL To Play Two Preseason Games - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Miami Dolphins 2020 Preview: Week 4 vs. Seattle Seahawks - The PhinsiderThe NFL’s Week 4 schedule will feature the longest road-trip in the NFL. The flight distance between Seattle and Miami is 2,724 miles, just ahead of the Boston to Los Angeles distance of 2,611... Dolphins roster cuts coming before training camp? - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins currently have 87 players on their offseason roster, despite a limit allowing them 91 players (defensive tackle/guard Durval Queiroz Neto has a roster exemption as an...
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20 hours ago 4 Marlins players test positive for COVID-19
President of baseball operations Michael Hill provided the update on Saturday afternoon. | Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images The club was not given permission to announce their names, and as of Saturday afternoon, nobody has been officially placed on the injured list. MIAMI—Less than three weeks in advance of their July 24 regular season opener, the Marlins are short-handed as president of baseball operations Michael Hill announced at Marlins Park on Saturday afternoon that four players have tested positive for COVID-19. One tested positive on Wednesday during MLB’s mandatory intake screening (which identified 31 total MLB player cases), while the other three learned they had the virus from previous tests. None of their identities have been released. Joe Frisaro of MLB.com adds that the three players who learned of their infections prior to the intake screening are all “nearing the end” of 14-day self-quarantine periods. Hill hopes they will be able to return to action soon after being cleared by MLB protocols. Of the 42 players who currently belong to the Marlins Park Summer Camp workout group, six of them have not had confirmed appearances at the facility yet: Brad Boxberger, Jazz Chisholm, Matt Joyce, Aaron Northcraft, José Ureña and Alex Vesia (updated through Saturday evening). However, team workouts are being staggered across several different parts of the day to allow for appropriate social distancing. Some sessions are closed to the media. Therefore, it’s impossible to speculate further at this time. The club’s total of four positive cases applies to the entire 60-man player pool. It may include prospects who’ve been assigned to train at the alternate site in Jupiter (rather than being limited to the names mentioned above). Meanwhile, three Miami Heat players have tested positive this week. The team has been preparing relocate to Orlando later this month for the resumption of the 2019-20 NBA season. These developments are a sobering reminder of how difficult it will be to ensure the safety of Miami’s professional athletes even when taking extreme precautions. The state of Florida as a whole reported a record-setting 11,458 new daily cases on Friday.
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
20 hours ago Phinsider Question Of The Day (W/ Live Thread, General Discussion) 07/04/2020
Photo by Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images First off tonight I would like to wish everyone a happy 4th of July! So if you were wondering if I was going to mail it in tonight, well, yes I am! The Phinsider Question Of The Day is what did you or your family cook up to feast on for the holiday today? Maybe you ordered something and that’s cool too, tell us about it or maybe any traditions that you have for this holiday be it what you eat or who you gather with or if you go watch fireworks still. Just tell us what you did for your holiday and as always come in, sit for a while and Joe will be around with the drinks shortly! Please use this thread to discuss this evenings topic or your Miami Dolphins or really anything else that might come to mind. As always remember that all site rules still apply to live threads...Bill thanks you!
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1 day ago Heat to play three scrimmage games before NBA restart
Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images Miami will play their first game since the league shutdown against the Sacramento Kings. The NBA released its scrimmage schedule today, and the Miami Heat will face the Sacramento Kings, Utah Jazz and Memphis Grizzlies before the eight “seeding” games to round out the regular season. Heat's three scrimmages in preparation for the restart:7/22 vs. Kings7/25 vs. Jazz7/28 vs. Grizzlies pic.twitter.com/mNUaQiFZGL— Anthony Chiang (@Anthony_Chiang) July 4, 2020 The Heat team will travel to the Gran Destino Tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort Wednesday. Players and staff will need to receive two negative COVID-19 tests at least 24 hours apart. And Miami will start training camp as soon as Friday. Derrick Jones Jr. and another Heat player have received positive COVID-19 tests. Miami’s facility is shut down for all workout activity; players and staff still undergo testing there.
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