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  • 13 July 2019
    Welcome to the Splash
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    , the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you
    a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours."One of the most
    impressive prospects in this years draft, Rashan Gary is a boom or bust first
    rounder. The Dolphins need some edge help and they are doing their homework on
    the defensive end. The bad news is Gary will likely be gone by the time the
    Dolphins select at 13 and I don’t see them trading up for any player. They are
    more likely to trade back and stockpile some picks.You can check out that story
    here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.Dolphins like Rashan Gary, who
    could be draft boom or bust | Miami HeraldThe Miami Dolphins need a pass rusher
    and have been investigating Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary, who has the
    potential to be a huge contributor or a huge bust as a first-round pick in the
    2019 NFL Draft.Brian FloresBrian Flores Is Kyle Brandt's Pick For 2019 Coach Of
    The YearAnalysts and media personalities everywhere have given their thumbs up
    on the Dolphins’ hiring of Head Coach Brian Flores, but there’s perhaps nobody
    as high on the move as “Good Morning Football” co-host Kyle Brandt.Dolphins
    Defensive LineNFL Draft 2019: Miami Dolphins could fit DL Rashan Gary, who wants
    to be a Hall of Famer - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach,
    FLThere's been a lot written and said about defensive linemen Rashan Gary, and
    if he fulfilled all his promise as the nation's top recruit at Michigan. Gary is
    comfortable with what he did as a Wolverine. But he is supremely confident in
    what he'll do in the NFL.Dolphins OffseasonESPN’s Field Yates Breaks Down
    Dolphins’ Draft Options, New StaffBefore he joined ESPN as a reporter in
    2012 Bobby McCain
    , Field Yates interned four summers with the New England Patriots
    front office splitting time with the coaching and scouting staffs.Andy Cohen:
    Plenty Happening With Draft ApproachingThe draft is two weeks from today so as
    you can imagine it is a busy and intense time for this coaching staff and
    personnel department. Lists are being finalized. Players are being interviewed.
    Conclusions are being formed. No, the Dolphins aren’t on the clock just yet, but
    you can certainly hear it ticking. And it’s getting louder by the day.Phinsider
    News You May Have MissedMiami Dolphins News 4/11/19: Dolphins Considering
    Trading Down In First Round - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the
    quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami
    Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.2019 NFL Mock Draft: Dolphins add needed
    offensive line in SB Nation Writers mock - The PhinsiderThe Miami Dolphins are
    on the clock with the 13th overall pick. The first 12 picks have been announced
    and it is now time to see who Miami will be adding with their first draft
    selection in the...Could The Dolphins Double Dip At Quarterback? - The
    PhinsiderWith NFL games beginning to resemble something more like flag football,
    and scoreboards being lit up like pinball machines, many Miami Dolphin fans are
    wondering how soon the team will move to... The Miami Dolphins are back in the
    team’s training facilities today, opening their offseason training program and
    starting to prepare for the 2019 season. Miami is one of eight teams that can
    open..."The Miami Dolphins are back in the team’s training facilities today,
    opening their offseason training program and starting to prepare for the 2019
    season. Miami is one of eight teams that can open their offseason training
    program today, as the league allows teams with new head coaches to open their
    programs two weeks ahead of the rest of the league. The Dolphins hired former
    New England Patriots defensive play caller Brian Flores this offseason to
    replace Adam Gase.Teams with returning head coaches will start their programs
    around April 15.The offseason training program is broken into three phases. The
    phases build upon each other, starting with conditioning and strength work and
    film reviews through to actual on-field training. The program also includes the
    “Organized Team
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    ,” or OTAs, and the only mandatory offseason event, a
    three-day minicamp.Phase one, which begins today, features conditioning and
    strength workouts, with no positional work allowed. Players who need rehab work
    can receive treatment. This phase lasts for two weeks.Week three of the
    offseason program begins the second phase of the period. This three-week section
    allows for on-field workouts, with individual player instruction and drills.
    Teams can also hold “separates” practices - basically, no live contact and no
    team offense versus defense drills.Week six through nine of the offseason
    program will feature 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 team
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    , but without live contact. This period will include the ten
    days of OTAs as well as the veteran minicamp. The Dolphins will hold their OTAs
    between May 13 and May 31, according to the team’s website, with a voluntary
    minicamp April 16-18 and a mandatory minicamp June 4-6. The Dolphins can add the
    voluntary minicamp this year as part of the league’s allowances for teams with
    new head coaches.Miami will also hold a three-day rookie minicamp, in either a
    league mandated window of May 3-6 or May 10-13, though that event has not been
    finalized yet.The offseason training program is a voluntary program, other than
    the mandatory minicamp, for the players, though it is assumed they will show up.
    There was thought cornerback Xavien Howard could have skipped the workouts,
    starting a holdout as he looks for a new contract. However, the Pro Bowl
    cornerback did report to the training facility on
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    , and, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel’s
    Omar Kelly, negotiations between Howard and the team have been underway the last
    two weeks and are expected to continue this week.Howard, who arrived at the
    team’s facility at the same time as running back Kenyan Drake as two of the
    first players to show up, is slated to count for just $1.95 million against the
    salary cap this season. He is believed to be looking for a new contract that
    will pay him among the elite cornerbacks in the league, with an annual average
    around $15 million per season.According to the NFL Players Association, the
    Dolphins currently have about $27 million in salary cap space this offseason. estimates Miami with about $10 million more in cap space.