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  • Hassan Whiteside To Pick Up 2019-20 Player Option
    Despite concern over his role with the Heat over the past few seasons, Hassan Whiteside is expected to pick up his 2019-20 player option worth $27.1 million, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Whiteside continues to be one of the league’s most productive low-post scorers and rebounders but played just 23.3 minutes per game […] ...
  • • Goran Dragic undecided on option with Heat
    Heat point guard Goran Dragic hasn’t decided if he’ll opt in next season, and he’ll take his time making up his mind, Anthony Chiang  of the Miami Herald reports. “I had a meeting with [team president] Pat [Riley] and that was it. I told him I’m going to make my decision when that comes,” Dragic told Chiang. “So I still need to talk to the family, ...
  • • Dolphins, Cardinals nearing Josh Rosen trade?
    The Dolphins and Cardinals are nearing a trade that would send 2018 first-rounder Josh Rosen from the desert to South Beach, per Pro Football Talk (via Twitter). PFT says that the deal, which may be tentatively complete, would see the Dolphins send Friday night’s No. 48 overall pick to the Cards. However, Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network tweets tha...
  • • Formula One scrap plans for downtown Miami race
    Formula One and local organisers have given up on plans to hold a race in downtown Miami because of the disruption for businesses and residents, according to the Miami Herald....
  • • Heat's Udonis Haslem remains undecided on retirement
    After watching longtime teammate Dwyane Wade enjoy a farewell tour in his final NBA season, Miami's Udonis Haslem remains undecided on retirement, reports Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald. If Haslem decides to play next year it will be his 17th NBA season — all with the Heat. The 38-year-old power forward has settled into a mentor role over the p...
  • • Dwyane Wade met with Heat employees, took photos, signed autographs
    Dwyane Wade made a surprise visit Wednesday to AmericanAirlines Arena to personally express his gratitude to the entire Miami Heat organization, including the many behind-the-scenes employees. Wade, whose outstanding NBA career came to a close this season, addressed the entire staff before signing autographs and posing for photographs with individu...
  • • Reshad Jones has not asked Dolphins for trade
    The combination of the Dolphins having purged several high salaries from their 2019 payroll and Reshad Jones not reporting for the start of Brian Flores’ offseason program does not provide much optimism the Pro Bowl safety will be in Miami this coming season. But as of now, Jones remains a Dolphin. GM Chris Grier said (via Barry Jackson of the Miam...
  • • Dolphins planning to shop S Reshad Jones?
    There’s a breakup waiting to happen between the Dolphins and Reshad Jones, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes. The safety didn’t show up to voluntary camp on Tuesday, which suggests that the safety isn’t quite invested in the team. That could be because the Dolphins aren’t quite invested in him – the Dolphins may be planning to shop Jones ...
  • • Heat point guard Goran Dragic facing big offseason decision
    Heat center Hassan Whiteside isn’t the only Miami veteran with a player option decision to make this offseason. As Anthony Chiang of the Miami Herald writes, point guard Goran Dragic will also need to make a choice as to whether he will opt-in to his $19.2M salary for the 2019-20 season or test the open market. Dragic believes it’s still too early ...
  • • Dolphins to sign AAF sack leader Jayrone Elliott
    Former Packers outside linebacker Jayrone Elliott did not play in the NFL last season but re-established his stock in the AAF, becoming one of the league’s best players. He drew interest from multiple NFL teams. The Dolphins will sign the AAF refugee, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (on Twitter). Elliott visited the Dolphins on Monday, Barry J...
  • • Former Jets, Dolphins executive Mike Tannenbaum joins ESPN
    It sounds like Mike Tannenbaum has officially left the Dolphins. The former executive is set to join ESPN as an analyst, as Josh Alper of ProFootballTalk.com relays. Besides appearing on NFL programming, Tannenbaum will also be participating in the network’s 2019 draft coverage on ESPN Radio. “I’m very excited about the opportunity,” Tannenbaum tol...
  • • Heat show commitment to Yante Maten with new contract
    Their confidence in Yante Maten‘s offensive game led the Heat to sign him to a new contract, writes Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. Playing all season on a two-way deal, the undrafted rookie forward out of Georgia was signed for the three games remaining this season, along with a partial guarantee over the next two years.  Maten's salary for 202...
  • Heat Convert Yante Maten’s Two-Way Deal
    The Miami Heat have converted Yante Maten’s two-way contract into a regular deal, the team announced in a press release. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that it’s a multiyear deal, partially guaranteed next season and beyond. Although Maten hasn’t played any games for the Heat this season, his gaudy numbers with the tea...
  • • Miami's Josh Richardson could still miss two weeks after clean MRI
    The Miami Heat got some good news concerning guard Josh Richardson’s groin injury, but that news comes with a caveat that could doom the team’s playoff chances. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Richardson’s MRI came back clean, yet he could still miss up to two weeks. Richardson injured his groin on Tuesday and was unable to play last night...
  • • Bengals RB Mark Walton facing multple felony charges after high-speed chase
    For the third time in a year, Cincinnati Bengals running back Mark Walton has been arrested. According to the Miami Herald, Walton is facing felony charges for carrying a concealed weapon, marijuana possession and reckless driving. The arrest stems from a high-speed chase on March 12 in North Miami-Dade. Following the police chase, Walton got out o...

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Top news - Miami Herald

  • NFL trade rumors: Dolphins expected to explore dealing QB Ryan Tannehill
    Tannehill is unlikely to be back with the Dolphins and they will explore trading him this offseason, according to the Miami Herald....
  • • Erik Spoelstra 'sick' over inability to get Wayne Ellington minutes
    Speaking on Wednesday to reporters, including Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra said he’s “sick to my stomach” about not being able to find more minutes for veteran sharpshooter Wayne Ellington. Ellington – who was an important part of Miami’s rotation in 2017-18, knocking down 39.2% of his three-pointers in a career...
  • • Report: Dolphins likely to cut Robert Quinn, DeVante Parker
    Major changes are coming in Miami. This offseason, the Dolphins are expected to cut defensive end Robert Quinn (saving $12.9M against the cap), defensive end Andre Branch (saving $7M, $2M in dead money) and wide receiver DeVante Parker ($9.4M savings), according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. Naturally, the upheaval won’t stop there, but the...
  • • Report: Rex Ryan expects to land interview with Dolphins
    There will be a ton of coaching rumors in the coming days, and we’ve already seen our first postseason firing. We’ve got a whole new round of notes ready, including an interesting tidbit about a very high-profile name. Former Jets and Bills coach Rex Ryan is reportedly telling potential assistant coach candidates that he expects to land an intervie...
  • • Report: Dolphins likely to move on from Ryan Tannehill
    Miami seems ready to end the Ryan Tannehill era. The Dolphins are preparing to move on from the quarterback this offseason rather than paying out the $19M he’s owed over the next two years, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald hears. Tannehill has been less than stellar in Miami, but he hasn’t had great support from his offensive line, either. The Dol...
  • • Report: Dolphins prepared to move on from Ryan Tannehill
    Ryan Tannehill may be making his final start for the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. The Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins are prepared to move on from Tannehill, who was the team’s first-round pick in 2012. Tannehill is owed $19 million the next two seasons, but the Dolphins could cut him without having to pay him anything. The Dolphins would stand...
  • • Adam Gase blames Dolphins’ struggles on injuries
    The Miami Dolphins were one of the NFL’s most inconsistent teams in 2018, but head coach Adam Gase believes talent was not the problem this season. Gase told reporters, per Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, that injuries prevented the seven-win Dolphins from reaching their full potential. Gase is correct; injuries hampered the Dolphins. They lost ...
  • • Dion Waiters cleared for first full-contact practice of season
    Heat guard Dion Waiters was cleared for a full-contact practice this week, his first full session since undergoing ankle surgery in January, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. When asked whether Waiters could return by the end of the calendar year, coach Erik Spoelstra delivered a blunt assessment. “I don’t know. Basically right now, i...
  • • Goran Dragic undergoing knee surgery
    Heat guard Goran Dragic is set to undergo a scope on his troublesome right knee, says Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald (Twitter links). According to Jackson, it was determined that Dragic would undergo the procedure after his knee failed to respond to rest and treatment. No specific timeline has been set yet for Dragic’s return, but ESPN’s Adrian ...
  • • Dolphins have decisions to make on the futures of Cameron Wake, DeVante Parker
    The Dolphins have a big offseason ahead of them. They’ll have to make a tough decision about Ryan Tannehill, but they have some other calls to make as well. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald took a look at some of their non-Tannehill-related upcoming decisions recently and wrote that receiver DeVante Parker almost certainly won’t be back at the $9....
  • • Marlins exploring trades for J.T. Realmuto, including potential three-team deal
    The Marlins have made some progress in winnowing the field for backstop J.T. Realmuto, per Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald. Certainly, the Mets have been the most visibly aggressive organization to this stage. The New York club has created quite a few off-the-wall possibilities along the way, some of which involve other teams. That makes it relat...
  • • Latest On Realmuto: Narrowed Market, 3-Team Possibilities With Mets/Padres
    The Marlins have made some progress in winnowing the field for backstop J.T. Realmuto, per Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald (via Twitter). Still, though, six teams remain involved, per the report: the Reds, Mets, Rays, Braves, Dodgers, and Padres. Certainly, the Mets have been the most visibly aggressive organization to this stage. The New York...
  • • Reds Interested In J.T. Realmuto
    Yet another suitor has emerged for J.T. Realmuto, as SiriusXM’s Craig Mish (Twitter link) reports that the Reds “have jumped into” talks for the Marlins catcher.  It isn’t a new interest, however, as the Miami Herald’s Clark Spencer hears that Cincinnati has been interested in Realmuto “for a while.”  Curre...
  • • Dolphins place C Jake Brendel on IR
    The Dolphins placed center/guard Jake Brendel on injured reserve, according to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald. Brendel was activated from IR a little over a month ago, so his season will end after just four appearances. Brendel, 26, joined the Dolphins’ practice squad in 2016 after going undrafted out of UCLA. He went on to appear in all 16 g...
  • • Marlins announce coaching staff
    The Marlins have announced their coaching staff under manager Don Mattingly. In addition to preexisting members, Mel Stottlemyre Jr. will serve as pitching coach, Trey Hillman will join as first base/infield coach, Jeff Livesey will become the assistant hitting coach, and Kevin Barr will run the club’s strength and conditioning. Stottlemyre comes o...

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