State of the Dolphins: Miami can’t be content with thin secondary

This is the eighth and final installment of State of the Miami Dolphins, a position-by-position breakdown of the franchise prior to the start of training camp. Previously: Quarterbacks | Running backs | Wide receivers | Tight ends | Offensive line | Defensive line | Linebackers Position: Cornerback and safety Current corps: Byron Maxwell, Xavien Howard,…

State of the Dolphins: Will the real Kiko Alonso please stand up?

This is the seventh installment of State of the Miami Dolphins, a position-by-position breakdown of the franchise prior to the start of training camp. Previously: Quarterbacks | Running backs | Wide receivers | Tight ends | Offensive line | Defensive line Position: Linebackers Current corps: Kiko Alonso, Koa Misi, Jelani Jenkins, Neville Hewitt, Zach Vigil,…

State of the Dolphins: D-line holds strong despite turnover

This is the sixth installment of State of the Miami Dolphins, a position-by-position breakdown of the franchise prior to the start of training camp. Previously: Quarterbacks | Running backs | Wide receivers | Tight ends | Offensive line Position: Defensive line Current corps: Ndamukong Suh, Cameron Wake, Mario Williams, Andre Branch, Jason Jones, Earl Mitchell,…

Bills’ McKelvin on Dolphins: ‘We’re going to beat their ass’

Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin has a message for the Dolphins: Hide your kids, hide your wife. With a showdown of the divisional rivals looming in Week 11, Buffalo’s top cornerback profanely guaranteed his team will come out on top. McKelvin on bouncing back next game: "We're going to go out there and, shit, we're going…

Stephen Ross: NFL team will be in L.A. ‘within five years’

Last year, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the NFL’s long-awaited return to Los Angeles is “closer than ever” to happening. On Saturday, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross provided a more specific timeframe. Steve Ross on an LA team: he can "see it coming." Won't be an expansion team. "Certainly within 5 years." — Kevin Clark (@KevinClarkWSJ)…

Dion Jordan has packed on nearly 20 pounds of muscle

Following an extraordinarily forgettable rookie campaign, Dion Jordan is reinventing himself to fit at defensive end in the Dolphins’ 4-3 scheme. The results are more than noticeable. Hitting the field for OTAs on Tuesday, Jordan weighed in at a rock-solid 265 pounds — a 17-pound increase since the 2013 Combine — looking like he “took…