I’ve always liked minicamp. Not because of any significant revelations that come to the surface during this three-day sweat-a-thon, but more because it represents the final step of the offseason, which means training camp can’t be too far away. Read More
Tonight against New Orleans is about staying healthy, staying sharp. About maybe one final brief tune-up for the starting players. About some young players holding on to a dream. Read More
Dolphins’ special teams coordinator Darren Rizzi sheds light on the kick return situation. Read More
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage of Monday night’s scrimmage: Read More
Darren Rizzi was nominated for a spot on the Rhody Grand team (Rhode Island’s All-Century team).
Now, with a big free-agent haul beginning to be integrated, things are beginning to heat up, and Darren Rizzi, the Dolphins’ special teams coordinator, recently sat down with The Finsiders to walk through the process of building a successful unit. Read More
The Joe Philbin era got off to a bit of an uneven start on Sunday, with the Dolphins falling 30-10 to the Houston Texans. Both the offense and defense started relatively strong, but a brutal stretch late in the second quarter was too much for the Dolphins to overcome. Read More
An enlightening chapter in Miami Dolphins history came to a close tonight as the final episode of “Hard Knocks” premiered on HBO. Read More
He recently talked to The Finsiders about being brought back and what he expects from the new staff.
“It feels very rewarding,” Rizzi said. “In this profession you understand it’s a high-performance business. At the end of the day, when you look at your work and it’s recognized, that’s very rewarding.”
Rizzi and Philbin had briefly met in the past, but this is the first time they’re working together.
The Dolphins Special Teams Coordinator Darren Rizzi discusses the substantial improvement of his unit during the 2011 season and what he looks for in 2012. Listen to find out Rizzi’s thoughts on the rookie year of Clyde Gates as the team’s kick returner.
Watch video of his interview here: