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What Pick do the Dolphins Have from the Deal to Pittsburgh of Minkah Fitzpatrick?

The Dolphins gained a first-round draft pick back on September 16th of this year when they dealt safety Minkah Fitzpatrick to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

What was unknown was where the Dolphins pick would be, but based on the results of the games of week 17, we now know what pick the Fins have for Fitzpatrick.

The NFL Draft will take place on April 23rd, 2020.

Video: Dolphins Look to Land Upset of the Patriots in Week 17 Finale

The Dolphins have a tough task ahead in week 17, as they will wrap up their season as they take on the Patriots on the road.

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Video: Dolphins Pull Out Wild OT 38-35 Win Over the Bengals

Despite allowing a furious fourth quarter comeback, the Dolphins pulled out a wild 38-35 overtime win over the Bengals on Sunday at home.

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NFL Week 16 Inactives – Bengals vs Dolphins

Here’s today’s inactives for the Bengals at Dolphins week 16 battle.

OG John Miller, WR A.J. Green, WR Damion Willis, QB Jake Dolegala, OT Isaiah Prince, CB Torry McTyer, LB Brady Sheldon

FB Chandler Cox, OT J’Marcus Webb, OL Keaton Sutherland, OL Evan Boehm, DE Charles Harris, DE Avery Moss, DE Taco Charlton

Video: Dolphins Look for Early Christmas Gift in Sunday Matchup with 1-13 Bengals

The three-win Dolphins are back at home on Sunday, as they will welcome in the 1-13 Bengals for an AFC showdown.

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Video: Dolphins Fall to Manning and the Giants in New Jersey 36-20

The Dolphins were beat up Sunday by Giants veteran QB Eli Manning and the G-Men, falling at MetLife Stadium 36-20.

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Dolphins Ink WR DeVante Parker to Four-Year Extension Worth $40 Million

Dolphins have signed wide receiver DeVante Parker to a four-year, $40 million extension according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.

Parker just signed a two-year extension in March. His new deal will keep him under team control through 2023. Parker (55/882/6) is on pace for career-highs across the board as Miami’s No. 1 wideout since rookie Preston Williams went down.

The $10 million AAV puts him in the Tyler Lockett and Tyrell Williams tier of receivers. It’s a nice payday for a player that was perennially on the trade block under the Dolphins’ old regime.

Parker has never lacked for talent, but injuries and inconsistent play held him back his first four seasons. The Dolphins are obviously counting on the 2019 version of Parker going forward, though fully guaranteed salaries the next two years ($21.5M in total guarantees) makes this a risky investment for Miami.

It is also a leap of faith on the part of Parker as the Dolphins are in the middle of a massive rebuild that could take years to see success. It sounds like Parker believes in the coaching staff and wants to be part of the process longterm.

Video: Dolphins Travel to New Jersey to Take on the 2-11 Giants Sunday

Coming off a tough loss to the Jets, the Dolphins will play their second straight at MetLife Stadium Sunday in a week 15 battle with the Giants.

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