Miami Dolphins 2015 Schedule and Tickets

The Dolphins are currently in the fourth season of head coach Joe Philbin and quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Following a very long, drawn out, dramatic storyline involving potential bullying of offensive tackle Jonathan Martin by teammate Richie Incognito there was a major shake up within the organization this last off season with the firing of general manager Jeff Ireland. Dennis Hickey replaced him as the new GM. Joe Philbin was not fired, but he was definitely given a warning to get control over his locker room or else. During the off season, the Dolphins acquired Ndamukong Suh from the Detroit Lions.

Will Dolphins fans show up for 2015? It’s safe to say that the team has made things very interesting, before the first preseason game. Tickets for all home and away games are ready to ship.

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Sep 06, 2017
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Miami Dolphins Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)
Hard Rock Stadium
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Oct 01, 2017
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Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints
Wembley Stadium
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Miami-Dolphins-Football 2014

The Dolphins biggest need entering the draft was offensive tackle. They answered this by selecting Ju’Wuan James from Tennessee. They also drafted Billy Turner, also an offensive tackle, in the third round from North Dakota State. They also needed to add a wide receiving threat to go with young quarterback Ryan Tannehill. They answered this by drafting Jarvis Landry in second round. They also needed some depth in the secondary. They drafted an interesting player, cornerback Walt Aikens from Liberty in round four.

Dolphins Celebrate 48 Years In The NFL

The Miami Dolphins were founded in 1966 and began play the same year. They played in the old Miami Orange Bowl from 1966 to 1986. It was in the Orange Bowl that they achieved their greatest successes in the history of their organization. During their 20 year playing tenure in the Orange Bowl, they won the AFC five times, and the Super Bowl twice, 1972, and 1973. One of those Super Bowls came at the end of their perfect season, the only perfect season in league history. In 1987 they moved into their current building, which has changed its name five different times. It was first known as Joe Robbie Stadium from 1987-1996. From 1996-2005 it was known as Pro Player Stadium. From 2005-2009 it was known as Dolphins Stadium. From 2009-2010 it was known as Land Shark Stadium, and in 2010 the name was changed again to Sun Life Stadium.

The Dolphins are currently a team on the upswing that is trying a little too hard in free agency to be good, sooner rather than later. That can potentially be a bad thing. This is a make or break year for the Dolphins in the long run.

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