Miami Dolphins sign Godchaux
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have signed fifth-round pick defensive tackle Davon Godchaux.
Godchaux was the second of Miami’s two fifth-round picks (No. 178 overall) and a three-year starter (2014-16) at LSU, where he played in 37 career games with 34 starts, including 33 consecutive starts to finish his career. He totaled 145 tackles (51 solo), 12.5 sacks, two passes defensed and two forced fumbles in his career. As a junior in 2016, Godchaux started all 12 games and had 62 stops (24 solo), 6.5 sacks and one pass defensed.
|Davon Godchaux||DT||6-4||299||11/11/94||R||LSU ’17||Plaquemine, La.||D5b, ‘17|
May 5, 2017
Miami Dolphins sign 5 draft picks
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have signed linebacker Raekwon McMillan, cornerback Cordrea Tankersley, guard Isaac Asiata, defensive tackle Vincent Taylor and wide receiver Isaiah Ford.
McMillan was the team’s second-round pick selected No. 54 overall. A three-year letterman (2014-16) and two-year starter at Ohio State, he played in 40 career games with 26 starts and was part of Ohio State’s 2014 national championship team. He earned second-team All-American honors in both 2015 and 2016. During his career, McMillan totaled 275 tackles (136 solo), six sacks, one interception, 10 passes defensed and two forced fumbles. He also served as a team captain in 2016.
Tankersley was picked in the third round with the No. 97 pick of the draft. He lettered four years (2013-16) and started two seasons at Clemson, where he appeared in 55 career games with 30 starts and was part of the school’s 2016 national championship team. His 55 career games played ranks No. 2 in Clemson history. He recorded career totals of 119 tackles (91 solo), one sack, nine interceptions and 29 passes defensed. As a senior in 2016, Tankersley earned first-team All-American and All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors and was a semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe (best defensive back) and Bednarik Awards (best defensive player).
Asiata was selected in the fifth-round at No. 164 overall and was a four-year letterman (2013-16) and three-year starter at Utah, where he played in 45 career games with 43 starts. He started 39 consecutive contests to finish his career, including all 13 games at left guard as a senior. In 2016, he earned the Morris Award as the Pac-12’s best offensive lineman as voted on by the league’s starting defensive linemen. Asiata also earned second-team All-Pac-12 honors in 2016. His cousin, Matt Asiata, played five seasons (2012-16) as a running back for the Minnesota Vikings.
Taylor was Miami’s sixth-round selection (No. 194 overall) after he lettered three years (2014-16) and started two seasons at Oklahoma State, where he played in 36 career games with 26 starts. He was a captain and earned first-team All-Big 12 honors as a junior in 2016 after he recorded 51 tackles (28 solo), seven sacks, one pass defensed, two forced fumbles and four blocked kicks. His four blocked kicks tied the school’s single-season record and led the Football Bowl Subdivision.
Ford was the team’s seventh-round pick (No. 237 overall) after he started three years (2014-16) at Virginia Tech, where he played in 40 career games with 37 starts. He finished his career as the only player in ACC history to hold sole possession of his school’s career records for receptions (210), receiving yards (2,967) and receiving touchdowns (24). He earned second-team All-ACC honors as a junior in 2016, was first-team All-ACC as a sophomore in 2015 and earned All-ACC honorable mention recognition as a true freshman in 2014.
|Raekwon McMillan||LB||6-2||243||11/17/96||R||Ohio State ’17||Hinesville, Ga.||D2, ‘17|
|Cordrea Tankersley||CB||6-1||200||11/19/93||R||Clemson ’17||Beech Island, S.C.||D3, ‘17|
|Isaac Asiata||G||6-3||323||12/29/92||R||Utah ’17||Spanish Fork, Utah||D5a, ‘17|
|Vincent Taylor||DT||6-3||310||1/5/94||R||Oklahoma State ’17||San Antonio, Texas||D6, ‘17|
|Isaiah Ford||WR||6-2||195||2/9/96||R||Virginia Tech ’17||Jacksonville, Fla.||D7, ‘17|
May 5, 2017
Miami Dolphins sign 14 undrafted college free agents
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have signed 14 undrafted college free agents: linebacker Chase Allen, punter Matt Haack, cornerback Larry Hope, wide receiver Malcolm Lewis, defensive end Cameron Malveaux, defensive end Praise Martin-Oguike, cornerback Torry McTyer, wide receiver Drew Morgan, wide receiver Francis Owusu, defensive end Joby Saint Fleur, running back De’Veon Smith, tackle Eric Smith, safety Maurice Smith and wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow.
Allen was a three-year starter at Southern Illinois (2014-16) and finished his career 12th in school history with 324 career tackles (157 solo). He played in 45 games with 30 starts over his four-year career (2013-16) and recorded 324 tackles (157 solo), six sacks, seven passes defensed, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and four blocked kicks. Allen became the second player in SIU history to lead the team in tackles for three straight seasons. He earned second-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference honors in 2015.
Haack was a four-year letterman at Arizona State (2013-16) where he played in 44 career games. He totaled 209 punts for 8,991 yards (43.0 avg.) and booted 73 punts inside the 20. His 43.0 yards per punt average was tied for fourth in school history. As a senior in 2016, Haack earned second-team All-Pac-12 honors and posted a net average of 44.4 yards per punt, which was sixth-best in the Football Bowl Subdivision.
Hope was a two-year letterman (2015-16) at Akron where he played in 22 games with 10 starts. He totaled 56 tackles (32 solo), 11 passes defensed and one interception. Hope transferred from the University of Miami following the 2013 season. A Miami native, he attended American Senior High School in Hialeah, Florida.
Lewis played in 50 games with 15 starts during his five-year career (2012-16) at the University of Miami. He totaled 62 receptions for 649 yards (10.5 avg.) and three touchdowns and also returned 21 kickoffs for 470 yards (22.4 avg.). Lewis is just the 11th player in school history to play in 50-plus career games. He started the final four games of his senior season and recorded 17 receptions for 211 yards (13.7 avg.) in 2016. Lewis was granted an additional year of eligibility following a season-ending injury in 2012. A native of nearby Miramar, Florida, he played high school football at Miramar High School.
Malveaux was a four-year letterman (2013-16) and two-year starter at Houston, where he totaled 52 career games played and 27 starts. He posted 81 tackles (44 solo), four sacks, five passes defensed and three fumble recoveries. As a senior, Malveaux served as a team captain and started all 13 games. He finished his final season with 7.5 tackles for loss and two fumble recoveries.
Martin-Oguike was a four-year letterman for Temple (2011, 2014-16) and played in 47 career games with 28 starts. He totaled 124 tackles (80 solo), 19 sacks, one interception, two passes defensed, 11 forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. Martin-Oguike earned second-team All-American Athletic Conference honors in both 2014 and 2016. His 11 forced fumbles were second among all FBS active players at the time he finished his career. As a senior in 2016, Martin-Oguike played in 14 games with 11 starts and totaled 54 tackles (31 solo), 7.5 sacks, one pass defensed, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
McTyer played in 49 games with 22 starts over his four-year career (2013-16) at UNLV. He totaled 138 tackles (100 solo), four interceptions and 28 passes defensed. As a senior in 2016, he led the team with 15 passes defensed and three interceptions. His father, Tim McTyer, played three seasons in the NFL as a cornerback for Philadelphia (1997-98) and Cleveland (1999) after he was an undrafted college free agent in 1997.
Morgan was a four-year letterman (2013-16) and two-year starter at Arkansas. He finished his career with 138 receptions for 1,768 yards (12.8 avg.) and 14 touchdowns. The 138 receptions are seventh, the 1,763 receiving yards are 15th and the 14 receiving touchdowns are 13th in school history. As a senior in 2016, Morgan led the team with 65 receptions, which was third in single-season school history. Morgan earned second-team All-SEC honors as a junior in 2015 when he caught 63 passes for 843 yards (13.4 avg.) and 10 touchdowns. The 10 touchdowns were tied for second in the SEC and were third-most in school history.
Owusu played in 50 games with 14 starts in his four-year career (2013-16) at Stanford. He totaled 34 receptions for 482 yards (14.2 avg.) and three touchdowns. As a senior in 2016, he played in 11 games with seven starts and caught eight passes for 113 yards (14.1 avg.) and one touchdown. Owusu set career highs in reception (13) and receiving yards (175) as a junior in 2015. His brother, Chris Owusu, entered the NFL as an undrafted college free agent in 2012. He played wide receiver for Tampa Bay (2012-14) and the New York Jets (2014-15).
Saint Fleur was a four-year letterman (2013-16) and three-year starter at Northwestern Oklahoma State, where he played in all 43 career games and made 32 starts. He recorded 208 tackles (128 solo), 23 sacks, 10 passes defensed, six forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. Saint Fleur led his team in sacks for three straight seasons. As a senior in 2016, he earned second-team All-Great American Conference honors as he totaled 41 tackles (26 solo), four sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. He was named D2 All-American honorable mention and earned first-team All-Great American Conference honors as a junior in 2015 with 77 tackles (48 solo), 10.5 sacks and three forced fumbles.
De’Veon Smith played in 49 games with 26 starts at running back in four seasons (2013-16) at Michigan. He recorded career totals of 495 carries for 2,235 yards (4.5 avg.) and 22 touchdowns. Smith started all 13 games as a senior in 2016, totaling 181 carries for 846 yards (4.7 avg.) and 10 touchdowns, earning All-Big Ten honorable mention. As a junior in 2015, Smith earned All-Big Ten honorable mention with 180 carries for 753 yards (4.2 avg.) and six touchdowns.
Eric Smith played in 45 career games over four seasons (2013-16) at Virginia and started 44 straight games to finish his career. He started all 12 games at right tackle in his sophomore (2014), junior (2015) and senior (2016) seasons. In 2015, Smith helped block for Taquan Mizzell, who set the ACC record for most receiving yards in a season by a running back (721). As a true freshman in 2013, Smith became just the fourth true freshman in school history to start at a tackle position and earned Freshman All-American honors.
Maurice Smith started one season (2016) at Georgia, where he played in all 13 games with 11 starts. He posted 50 tackles (32 solo), one sack, five passes defensed, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. Smith also served as a team captain. He transferred from Alabama following the 2015 season and played in 40 games with two starts during his three seasons (2013-15) with the Crimson Tide. Smith totaled 38 tackles (19 solo) with 1.5 sacks, five passes defensed and one fumble recovery at Alabama and was part of the program’s national championship team in 2015.
Stringfellow played two seasons (2015-16) at Mississippi and appeared in 24 games with 17 starts. He totaled 82 receptions for 1,219 yards (14.8 avg.) and 11 touchdowns. His 11 career receiving touchdowns are tied for 11th in program history. As a junior in 2016, Stringfellow started all 12 games at wide receiver and recorded 46 receptions for 716 yards (15.6 avg.) and six touchdowns. He transferred from Washington following the 2013 season. Stringfellow played one season (2013) at Washington with 12 appearances and three starts. He caught 20 passes for 259 yards (13.0 avg.) and one touchdown.
|Chase Allen||LB||6-4||241||8/29/93||R||Southern Illinois ’17||Belleville, Ill.||FA, ‘17|
|Matt Haack||P||6-1||185||7/25/94||R||Arizona State ’17||West Des Moines, Iowa||FA, ‘17|
|Larry Hope||CB||6-0||192||10/19/93||R||Akron ’17||Miami, Fla.||FA, ‘17|
|Malcolm Lewis||WR||5-10||190||10/27/93||R||Miami (Fla.) ’17||Miramar, Fla.||FA, ‘17|
|Cameron Malveaux||DE||6-6||270||8/22/94||R||Houston ’17||Beaumont, Texas||FA, ‘17|
|Praise Martin-Oguike||DE||6-1||255||8/30/93||R||Temple ’17||Woodbridge, N.J.||FA, ‘17|
|Torry McTyer||CB||6-0||195||4/10/95||R||UNLV ’17||Los Angeles, Calif.||FA, ‘17|
|Drew Morgan||WR||6-0||193||12/2/94||R||Arkansas ’17||Greenwood, Ark.||FA, ‘17|
|Francis Owusu||WR||6-3||210||12/27/94||R||Stanford ’17||Oxnard, Calif.||FA, ‘17|
|Joby Saint Fleur||DE||6-5||245||11/11/92||R||NW Oklahoma St. ’17||Winter Haven, Fla.||FA, ‘17|
|De’Veon Smith||RB||5-11||228||11/8/94||R||Michigan ’17||Warren, Ohio||FA, ‘17|
|Eric Smith||T||6-5||300||9/2/95||R||Virginia ’17||Decatur, Ga.||FA, ‘17|
|Maurice Smith||S||6-0||195||6/14/95||R||Georgia ’17||Sugar Land, Texas||FA, ‘17|
|Damore’ea Stringfellow||WR||6-2||219||10/18/94||R||Mississippi ’17||Perris, Calif.||FA, ‘17|
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have exercised the fifth-year option on tackle Ja’Wuan James. He is now signed through the 2018 season.
James started all 16 games at right tackle in 2016 for the Dolphins and helped quarterback Ryan Tannehill set career highs in quarterback rating (93.5) and yards per attempt (7.70). He was part of an offensive line unit that blocked for running back Jay Ajayi’s 1,272-yard season, the third-most rushing yards in a single season in team history. James has started 39 games in his three-year career and originally entered the NFL as a first-round pick (19th overall) by the Dolphins in the 2014 NFL draft.
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins today announced their 2017 schedule. The team will kick off the 2017 season at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 10 at 1 p.m. against Tampa Bay. It is just the second time since 2011 the Dolphins have opened the season at home.
The Dolphins are scheduled to have four primetime games, the most since the 2004 season, including three in a row from Weeks 8-10. It is the first time in franchise history the team will play three straight primetime games. Miami will first appear in primetime on Thursday Night Football in Week 8 (Oct. 26) at Baltimore. In Week 9 (Nov. 5), the Dolphins will host Oakland on Sunday Night Football. The following week will feature Miami at Carolina on Monday Night Football on Nov. 13. The Dolphins will also play on Monday Night Football in Week 14 (Dec. 11) when they host New England.
Miami’s home schedule features an impressive slate of opponents, including the past two Super Bowl champions – Denver and New England. The seven teams the Dolphins will host at Hard Rock Stadium were a collective 65-47 last year and all but two of them had winning records in 2016.
As a whole, the Dolphins will play the AFC and NFC champions from each of the past two seasons – Denver, New England, Carolina and Atlanta. Of Miami’s 16 games, three will come against teams that played in Super Bowl LI, five will be against 2016 playoff teams and eight will take place against teams with a winning record last season.
Miami will travel to London for a regular-season game for the fourth time in team history and kick off at 9:30 a.m. Eastern time on Oct. 1 vs. New Orleans. Miami won a 2014 meeting with Oakland at Wembley Stadium but fell short in a 2007 meeting with the New York Giants and a 2015 showdown against the New York Jets.
The Dolphins will also play two road games in new NFL venues. In Week 2 (Sept. 17), the Dolphins will play the Chargers at StubHub Center in the Chargers’ first regular season home game since returning to Los Angeles. In Week 6 (Oct. 15), Miami will play in Atlanta’s brand new venue, Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The Dolphins also announced dates and times for their four preseason games. The first game vs. Atlanta will be played on Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. In Week 2, the Dolphins will host Baltimore on Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. The team will play at Philadelphia in Week 3 on Aug. 24 at 7 p.m. before wrapping up the preseason at Minnesota in Week 4 on Aug. 31 at 8 p.m.
All games can be heard on Miami’s Sports Radio 560 WQAM, the official flagship radio partner of the franchise, and simulcast on KISS 99.9 FM. The four preseason games can be seen locally in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale market on WFOR-TV CBS4, the official local television broadcast partner of the Miami Dolphins.
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MIAMI DOLPHINS 2017 PRESEASON SCHEDULE
|Thurs., Aug. 10||ATLANTA FALCONS||Hard Rock Stadium||WFOR CBS4||7 p.m.|
|Thurs., Aug. 17||BALTIMORE RAVENS||Hard Rock Stadium||WFOR CBS4||7 p.m.|
|Thurs., Aug. 24||at Philadelphia Eagles||Lincoln Financial Field||WFOR CBS4||7 p.m.|
|Thurs., Aug. 31||at Minnesota Vikings||U.S. Bank Stadium||WFOR CBS4||8 p.m.|
MIAMI DOLPHINS 2017 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
|Sun., Sept. 10||TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS||Hard Rock Stadium||FOX||1 p.m.|
|Sun., Sept. 17||at Los Angeles Chargers||StubHub Center||CBS||4:05 p.m.|
|Sun., Sept. 24||at New York Jets||MetLife Stadium||CBS||1 p.m.|
|Sun., Oct. 1||NEW ORLEANS SAINTS||Wembley Stadium (London)||FOX||9:30 a.m.|
|Sun., Oct. 8||TENNESSEE TITANS||Hard Rock Stadium||CBS||1 p.m.*|
|Sun., Oct. 15||at Atlanta Falcons||Mercedes-Benz Stadium||CBS||1 p.m.*|
|Sun., Oct. 22||NEW YORK JETS||Hard Rock Stadium||FOX||1 p.m.*|
|Thurs., Oct. 26||at Baltimore Ravens||M&T Bank Stadium||CBS/NFLN/Amazon||8:25 p.m.|
|Sun., Nov. 5||OAKLAND RAIDERS||Hard Rock Stadium||NBC||8:30 p.m.*|
|Mon., Nov. 13||at Carolina Panthers||Bank of America Stadium||ESPN||8:30 p.m.|
|Sun., Nov. 19||BYE WEEK|
|Sun., Nov. 26||at New England Patriots||Gillette Stadium||CBS||1 p.m.*|
|Sun., Dec. 3||DENVER BRONCOS||Hard Rock Stadium||CBS||1 p.m.*|
|Mon., Dec. 11||NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS||Hard Rock Stadium||ESPN||8:30 p.m.|
|Sun., Dec. 17||at Buffalo Bills||New Era Field||CBS||1 p.m.*|
|Sun., Dec. 24||at Kansas City Chiefs||Arrowhead Stadium||CBS||1 p.m.*|
|Sun., Dec. 31||BUFFALO BILLS||Hard Rock Stadium||CBS||1 p.m.*|
* Game subject to flexible scheduling in Weeks 5-17
All times EASTERN
For the fourth straight year, a select number of games will be “cross-flexed,” moving between CBS and FOX to bring potentially under-distributed games to wider audiences. Some of those contests were announced today while the remainder of “cross-flexed” games will be decided during the season.
“Flexible scheduling” will be used in Weeks 5-17. Additionally, in Weeks 5-10, flexible scheduling may be used in no more than two weeks. In Weeks 5-16, the schedule lists the games tentatively set for Sunday Night Football on NBC. Only Sunday afternoon games are eligible to be moved to Sunday night, in which case the tentatively scheduled Sunday night game would be moved to an afternoon start time. Flexible scheduling will not be applied to games airing on Thursday, Saturday or Monday nights. A flexible scheduling move will be announced at least 12 days before the game. For Week 17, the Sunday night game will be announced no later than six days prior to Dec. 31. The schedule does not list a Sunday night game in Week 17, but an afternoon game with playoff implications will be moved to that time slot. Flexible scheduling ensures quality matchups in all Sunday time slots in those weeks and gives “surprise” teams a chance to play their way into primetime.
2017 Schedule Notes
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Sunday, Sept. 10 at 1 p.m. at Miami)
Los Angeles Chargers (Sunday, Sept. 17 at 4:05 p.m. at L.A. Chargers)
New York Jets (Sunday, Sept. 24 at 1 p.m. at N.Y. Jets | Sunday, Oct. 22 at 1 p.m. at Miami)
New Orleans Saints (Sunday, Oct. 1 at 9:30 a.m. at London)
Tennessee Titans (Sunday, Oct. 8 at 1 p.m. at Miami)
Atlanta Falcons (Sunday, Oct. 15 at 1 p.m. at Atlanta)
Baltimore Ravens (Thursday, Oct. 26 at 8:25 p.m. at Baltimore)
Oakland Raiders (Sunday, Nov. 5 at 8:30 p.m. at Miami)
Carolina Panthers (Monday, Nov. 13 at 8:30 p.m. at Carolina)
New England Patriots (Sunday, Nov. 26 at 1 p.m. at New England | Monday, Dec. 11 at 8:30 p.m. at Miami)
Denver Broncos (Sunday, Dec. 3 at 1 p.m. at Miami)
Buffalo Bills (Sunday, Dec. 17 at 1 p.m. at Buffalo | Sunday, Dec. 31 at 1 p.m. at Miami)
Kansas City Chiefs (Sunday, Dec. 24 at 1 p.m. at Kansas City)
April 10, 2017
Miami Dolphins announce 2017 preseason schedule
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins will kick off the 2017 preseason with back-to-back home games against the Atlanta Falcons and Baltimore Ravens. It is the first time Miami has played consecutive home contests to open the preseason schedule since 2009. The Dolphins also will play preseason road games at the Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings. The exact dates and kickoff times of all 2017 preseason games will be announced at a later date.
Miami will open its preseason schedule at Hard Rock Stadium in Week 1 (Aug. 10-14) when it hosts the defending NFC Champions Atlanta Falcons. This will be the 16th preseason meeting between the teams, with Atlanta holding an 8-7 edge. They last played a preseason game last year in Orlando, with the Dolphins winning 17-6.
The Dolphins will host their second preseason game in Week 2 (Aug. 17-21) vs. Baltimore. Miami has never played the Ravens in a preseason game but the two teams have met four straight years during the regular season.
Miami will hit the road in Week 3 (Aug. 24-27) of the preseason when it travels to Philadelphia. It will be the teams’ first preseason meeting since 1990. The Dolphins are 5-4 all-time in preseason contests against the Eagles.
The preseason concludes in Week 4 (Aug. 31-Sept. 1) as Miami plays at Minnesota. The Dolphins are 8-12 all-time against the Vikings in preseason contests, with the last meeting in 2001. This will be Miami’s first appearance at the year-old U.S. Bank Stadium.
WFOR-TV CBS4 will once again be the preseason television home of the Dolphins. All four games will be shown on the CBS affiliate in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale market. The games can be heard on Miami’s Sportsradio 560 WQAM, the official flagship radio partner of the franchise, and simulcast on KISS 99.9 FM.
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ADDITIONAL NOTES ON DOLPHINS 2017 PRESEASON SCHEDULE
April 5, 2017
Miami Dolphins sign Fales
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have signed quarterback David Fales.
Fales played for the Chicago Bears (2014-16) and Baltimore Ravens (2016) prior to joining the Dolphins. He spent time on Chicago’s active roster and practice squad from before the Ravens signed him to their practice squad at the beginning of the 2016 season. The Bears signed him to their active roster on Nov. 23, 2016 and he played in one game, completing 2-of-5 passes (40.0 pct.) for 22 yards. Fales was originally a sixth-round (183rd overall) selection by Chicago in the 2014 NFL draft.
|David Fales||QB||6-1||212||10/4/90||3||San Jose State ’14||Salinas, Calif.||FA, ‘17|
March 31, 2017
Miami Dolphins waive Jordan
MIAMI – The Miami Dolphins today announced they have waived/failed physical defensive end Dion Jordan.
Jordan played in 26 games with one start for the Dolphins after he was selected No. 3 overall by the team in the 2013 NFL draft. He most recently played in 2014, where he appeared in 10 games with 1 start and made 13 solo tackles with one sack and one pass defensed. Jordan spent the entire 2015 season on the reserve/suspended list and the entire 2016 season on the reserve/non-football injury list.