Another Dolphins Podcast

Another Dolphins Podcast

Where casual fans of the Miami Dolphins can plunge into the deep end and emerge as diehards! Forged by more than 20 years of fandom, Joshua Houtz (@Houtz) and Jake Mendel (@Jmendel94) have a take on all the news and notes surrounding the only undefeated team in NFL history. 'ADP' — despite both living outside of Florida — has covered the Dolphins for more than a decade for different podcasts and publications. From the pain of 1-15 to the joy of the Miami Miracle — Another Dolphins Podcast has you covered like 2020 Xavien Howard. New episodes drop three times a week throughout the regular season.

Episodes

February 29, 2024 17 mins
Mike McDaniel is gearing up for his third NFL Draft as coach of the Miami Dolphins, on Wednesday he met with the media at the combine. Among the topics, reporters asked McDaniel where things stand on a contract extension with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, mentioning that they hope he'll stick in Miami for a long time. From there, he also shared thoughts on his coaching staff, specifically the decisions to move on from defensive coord...
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The rookie combine begins this weekend while the NFL Draft is less than two months away. Considering Miami has only six draft picks, would it make sense to select a tight end or running back in the first or second round? From Jonathan Brooks to Bucky Irving and Brock Bowers to Brevyn-Spann-Ford, this draft guide is created with an aqua-and-orange focus. The three-day combine is also an opportunity to chat with coaches and Dolphins ...
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Two-time All-Pro cornerback Xavien Howard was on the books for $25 million next season, and it was clear that the Miami Dolphins would need to change something. It was reported late last week that the Dolphins are releasing Howard and designating him as a post-June 1st roster cut. We celebrate Howard's eight seasons in Miami before exploring what's next. The Dolphins will free up $18 million in cap space over the summer — what is t...
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The NFL announced an "unprecedented" salary cap increase for the 2024 season late last week. While most salary cap experts expected the cap to sit around $240, it was announced to be $255.4 million for next season. The Dolphins began the day $50 million over the cap. They later announced that Emmanuel Ogbah would be cut, saving the team roughly $10 million in cap space — dropping that number to about $30 million. News also broke la...
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De'Von Achane was targetted 3.4 times per game in 2023, while the Dolphins ranked top five in running back targets. Considering the volume of targets Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle receive, why should a pass-catching option be needed for a team currently $50 million over the salary cap? The Dolphins struggled to involve Cedric Wilson and Braxton Berrios. So, instead of testing the waters with another receiver, coach Mike McDaniel sh...
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For late February, this week was loaded with news and notes about the future of the Miami Dolphins. Jake and Josh empty the notebook on all the information you might have missed — starting with former NFL general manager Mike Tannenbaum's take that the Dolphins should trade Jaylen Waddle to the Kansas City Chiefs... what? From there, we hit on a report that Miami won't let Christian Wilkins leave in free agency despite the franchis...
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Miami Dolphins left tackle Terron Armstead sounded like he was leaning toward retirement following the team's playoff loss to Kansas City, but the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reported that the 32-year-old Pro Bowler expects to play next season. Armstead signed a five-year contract before the 2022 season and has a cap hit of $20 million in 2024. While he appeared on the injury report for 13 of 17 games last season, he remains one o...
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The Miami Dolphins had all the pieces to feature one of the league's top defenses last season but fell short of expectations. Due to injury and salary cap issues, first-year defensive coordinator Anthony Weaver will have to do more with much less in 2024. The Dolphins might not have a top grade in Madden, but Weaver's defense should lean on its stars, creating opportunities for others on the roster. Miami won't be fully equipped ne...
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The Miami Dolphins entered the 2023 season with plenty of top-end talent with Vic Fangio running the show as defensive coordinator. Miami's defense was one of the best at pressuring the quarterback but was unable to keep up with the league's top offenses. Fangio is now with the Eagles and the Dolphins introduced Anthony Weaver as first-year defensive coordinator. Miami has salary cap issues and it seems like the roster won't be as ...
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$55 MILLION!? Yes, you're reading that right. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported that the Miami Dolphins and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa are expected to begin negotiating a contract extension — and that it is likely to be expensive. Garafolo suggests that Tagovailoa may campaign for a contract similar to Joe Burrow's after his strong 2023 season. While Miami's season fell apart late in the season, we explain why a contract extensi...
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This marks the first weekend without football, which means it's time to dig deeper into the 2024 NFL Draft Class. Today's show is dedicated to the quarterbacks, and we'd be wrong to ignore the recent report mentioning Tua Tagovailoa's next contract could be worth at least $55 million annually. We start the show by looking at Miami's quarterback room, and how things could change if Tagovailoa gets his long-term extension. From there...
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The Miami Dolphins hired Anthony Weaver last week, and it looks like the first-year defensive coordinator is close to finalizing his coaching staff. On top of that, Sam Madison, Renaldo Hill, and a handful of other coaches won't be returning for the 2023 season. Miami added Lions defensive backs coach Brian Duker as pass game coordinator. Former Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry was named the run game coordinator ea...
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The Miami Dolphins must improve the roster this offseason while also clearing out $50 million in salary cap space — talk about a tough task. General manager Chris Grier has tough decisions, and we decided to give him a hand. We look to the trenches, where Robert Hunt, Christian Wilkins, and Connor Williams are all set to be free agents next month. Considering Miami's limited resources, we decide the best path by identifying if each...
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The Dolphins have to be smart this offseason when trying to improve the roster. The team has limited draft picks and little cap space to work with — maybe it's not the best time to draft another wide receiver in the first round... or is it? While you can't ignore the talent that drops down the board, we discuss if there are any situations where Miami must put its foot down and choose need over best player available. This clip origi...
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The NFL Draft takes place from April 25 to April 27 and the Miami Dolphins first pick at No. 21 overall — let's talk options! The Dolphins don't have a third-round pick and currently sit $51 million over the salary cap, leaving little room for error for Chris Grier and the team's front office. After years of swinging for the fences, is Miami's best bet to identify the 'safest' prospect still on the board? Another Dolphins Podcast i...
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The Miami Dolphins are projected to be $45 million over the salary cap and extending quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's contract is a quick way to clear some space. Tagovailoa mentioned at the Pro Bowl Games that he expects to iron out a new deal with the Dolphins. Now that Miami has announced Anthony Weaver as defensive coordinator, how far down the list is Tagovailoa's extension? This clip originally aired on the podcast: Everything Yo...
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The Miami Dolphins announced the hiring of Baltimore Ravens associate head coach and defensive line coach Anthony Weaver as the franchise's next defensive coordinator. We kickstart the week by decoding why the Dolphins chose him after interviewing more than seven different coaches in recent weeks. Weaver earned his first professional coaching job in 2012 after a seven-year playing career with the Ravens and Houston Texans — could t...
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The draft is more than two months away, but the Reese's Senior Bowl is our first post-season look at some of the 2024 NFL Draft Class. Early on, it seems like Jackson Powers-Johnson is the player Dolphins fans identified as the go-to target with pick No. 21 in the draft. Powers-Johnson is a 6' 3" junior from Oregon who started 13 games at center in 2024 after playing 350 snaps at right guard in 2022. We run through our reasoning as...
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We thought that the Miami Dolphins and Vic Fangio "mutually parted ways" but recent reports paint a more complicated story. We get you up to speed on all the drama — players celebrating Fangio's exit, Ron Jaworski firing back on Tuesday by saying there were "players on that defense that didn't want to work" — and much more. Interviews continue as Miami aims to identify the next defensive coordinator, we discuss some of the names an...
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Miami Dolphins legendary running back Ricky Williams sits down with Marek Brave and shares his thoughts on Raheem Mostert breaking his single-season rushing touchdowns record, De'Von Achane's stellar rookie season, and what Tua Tagovailoa needs to do to take the next step. Plus, the former Heisman Trophy winner talks about his journey with marijuana and starting his own cannabis company — Highsman! This clip originally aired on the...
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