RB Kenyan Drake disappears in Dolphins’ sputtering offense
Kenyan Drake began practice Thursday in the corner of the field with several teammates working on his blocking, with no ball involved.For Drake, it was similar to a game.The Miami Dolphins' starting running back is averaging less than 11 touches a game and has totaled 107 yards rushing in the ...
Dolphins hope for better play in trenches against Bengals
The drubbing the Miami Dolphins endured last week at New England has tested their vocabulary as they keep searching for new ways to describe the humiliation."We just got crushed," coach Adam Gase said Wednesday.He was talking about his offensive line, but the depiction also fits the defensive line. The Dolphins ...
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