Dolphins News June 16, 2016

Reshad Jones is back

You already knew.  I see you drinking to celebrate!


Reshad Jones celebrates bacon


Reshad Jones Reports To Dolphins Minicamp After Missing First Day

Tunsil looking good at guard so far


Laremy wonders where he left his gas mask


Dolphins rookie Laremy Tunsil making smooth transition to guard

I’m Hammy for Kenyon Drake

and I mean Ouch!

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Kenyon Drake considers a live in nurse


Dolphins rookie RB Kenyan Drake suffers injury in Wednesday minicamp practice

How about those division rivals

Things are miserable for the Jests this offseason

Let’s toast their misery


Edger the Jests fan celebrates the Jests offseason

Rex Ryan can’t stop spreading stupid

We won the offseason!  When has “winning the offseason” ever been used as a term of endearment?


Rex Ryan throws up over a turtleneck at a recent press conference

17 Possible outcomes for the Tom Brady appeal

the-exorcist loves Brady

A Brady fan eagerly awaits the outcome of the appeal


Will he play in week 2 or  not?  No one gives is shit anymore!

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462 Responses to Dolphins News June 16, 2016

  1. olddolphan says:

    UNLIKE Pete Rose or Ty Cobb (with whom he’s occasionally compared), Ichiro Suzuki IS NOT AN ASSHOLE!! – – Today, Ichiro got his 2,983rd hit in an MLB career that didn’t get started until age 27. This 42 year old ageless wonder IS BATTING .350 THIS SEASON!!! And he’s poised, I believe, to be just the 4th player in MLB history with over 500 steals and 3,000 hits!! –BRAVO TO YOU, ICHIRO SUZUKI!!!

  2. Tim Knight says:

    Mike, too many odd things and injuries for the Mets this year. They would have to click late and go on a run. They’re not the team I expected them to be.

  3. olddolphan says:

    TIM; MY only hope for the Marlins this year after Dee Gordon was suspended for half the season was that they’d STAY OUT OF LAST PLACE! – – But hot hitting from some unlikely sources (and a better than expected bullpen) has the fish above .500. –Add on the “ICHIRO FACTOR” and, all of a sudden, things are looking VERY INTERESTING in Little Havana.
    AFTER getting their asses kicked by the St. Louis Cardinals, THE CHICAGO CUBS fly into south Florida looking to put a big hurting on the Marlins. Near capacity crowds are expected for all four games of this series (a rarity for this franchise). The last time a Marlins-Cubs series had this much interest was way back in 2003 when the fish STUNNED the heavily favored Cubbies in the NL Championship Series. DON’T KNOW if Steve Bartman is planning on attending. But, I’ll tell you this. THIS SERIES IS A STATEMENT SERIES FOR BOTH TEAMS!! It is, without a doubt, THE MOST ANTICIPATED SERIES IN THE BRIEF HISTORY OF MARLINS PARK!

    • Tim Knight says:

      The Marlins have talent. The division is open for 3 teams. The Phillies were there but went on an epic losing streak that shows they’re not that talented.

  4. Tim Knight says:

    The Mets are 2nd in runs against and 28th in runs scored, ahead of only PHI and ATL. Oy! LOL

    My hope is somewhere along the line they go on a tear scoring runs and the wins pile up. 🙂

  5. Mike E. says:

    I think the Mets are going to make moves. They’re still close enough to compete for the division, so they’re not going to stay pat. I think Gourriel is a real possibility, along with Reyes. The deal with Gourriel is he may not be ready to play immediately, so they might pick up Reyes to play now, and put Gourriel in the minors to tune up, and then they have the flexibility to sub Reyes at 2B and SS, and 3B as well. The only other move without acquiring outside talent that could make sense is bringing up Herrera, who also could bat lead off. They need some some base running in that offense desperately.

  6. steveccnv says:

    Puig last night hit an inside the park walk off HR/Single to beat the Nats. It was a screaming single that the CF let go under his glove back to the wall. Puig ran through the stop sign at third and dove for the plate without a throw, to complete the sweep.

  7. steveccnv says:

    The key to baseball is pitching, so when teams like the Mets and Dodgers score very few runs, but give up less, they’re usually better off than the teams that score lots of runs and give up a little less, because their pitchers are fresher. So take it easy with the Mets can’t hit, later in the season when other pitching staffs are worn down they’ll pick it up.

    The Rockies rarely make the playoffs for this reason.

  8. steveccnv says:

    Gase will fare better than Joe Philbin, who was utterly clueless as a head coach. 😆

    Rich Cimini NY Jets reporter.

    It’s not just us that thought Joe was a Putz.

    • Mike E. says:

      Gase seems to universally be well thought of. He still needs to make it happen here, but I think he has a pretty good chance of succeeding here.

  9. Mike E. says:


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