In His Own Words: Knowshon Moreno

The signing of running back Knowshon Moreno became official on Friday, and the newest member of the Dolphins addressed South Florida reporters in a conference call shortly after.

Great Move: Grimes Re-Signed

The start of free agency is a little more than a week away, but the Dolphins got a jump start Monday with a tremendous move, the re-signing of cornerback Brent Grimes. Arguably the team's top unrestricted free agent, Grimes signed a new four-year contract, which ESPN's Adam Schefter reported was worth $32 million with half of it guaranteed.

Dolphins Hire Hickey

MIAMI (AP) — In their fitful, laborious search for a general manager, the Miami Dolphins finally found someone to say yes: Dennis Hickey. The longtime Tampa Bay Buccaneers executive accepted the job Sunday, ending a search that lasted nearly three weeks.

Bill Lazor Shares His Thoughts

The Dolphins hired Eagles quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor on Wednesday to become their offensive coordinator. Prior to working for the Eagles in 2013, Lazor had prior NFL experience working under high-profile head coaches such as Dan Reeves, Mike Holmgren and Joe Gibbs. Lazor spoke to members of the South Florida media via conference call.

Best and Worst of Dolphins Season

Two days after the disappointing ending to the Dolphins' 2013 season, The Associated Press took a long back at the best and worst moments of the season.

Disappointment, disbelief

Not surprisingly, it was a pretty somber home locker room after the Dolphins saw their season come to a disappointing end with their 20-7 loss against the New York Jets, particularly considering they would have clinched a playoff berth with a victory because of Baltimore's loss at Cincinnati.

Tannehill Talking Points

Quarterback Ryan Tannehill held his weekly press conference on Thursday and touched on a wide variety of subjects, from working with Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline, to what went wrong against Buffalo, to what he expects to see from the New York Jets defense on Sunday.

Pouncey Talks Jets

Center Mike Pouncey talked to Jets writers this week to discuss the rematch on Sunday, a game that could hold the Dolphins' ticket to a return to the playoffs.

Pro Bowl Possibilities

The Pro Bowl teams will be announced on Friday night at 9 p.m. in a televised special on the NFL Network, and conferences no longer are used to divide the teams. Thursday was the last day of fan voting, which makes up one-third of the selection process along with votes by players and coaches. So which Dolphins players have the best chances of earning a Pro Bowl invitation this year?

The Dolphins' Playoff Scenarios

With one week left in the NFL regular season, only one specific playoff spot has been locked in, that being Kansas City at the No. 5 seed in the AFC. The rest is a jumbled picture, and nowhere is it more complex than the battle for the last playoff spot in the AFC. And the Dolphins are right in the middle of that logjam.

Five Takes from Dolphins-Bills Game

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Center Mike Pouncey and the Miami Dolphins can breathe a little easier. Despite being bowled over by the blitzing Buffalo Bills, the Dolphins got the help they needed to remain standing in what's become a convoluted race for the AFC's final playoff spot entering the final week.

Bad Day in Buffalo

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Left tackle Bryant McKinnie and the Miami Dolphins had trouble handling the Buffalo Bills' blitz during the game. And McKinnie and company had difficulty coming up with answers afterward, too, following a 19-0 loss on Sunday that put a dent in the Dolphins' playoff chances.

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