Armando Salguero, The Miami Herald

Armando Salguero

The Miami Herald

Avon Park, FL, United States

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Past articles by Armando:

Dolphins and former UM player suffers amputated arm in car accident, agent says

Dolphins and former University of Miami defensive lineman Kendrick Norton has suffered an amputated arm, according to his agent Malki Kawa, after an overnight car crash on the Dolphin Expressway. → Read More

‘My heart leapt higher every time’: On Father’s Day, Sharon Shula remembers game day

Sharon Shula, one of Don Shula’s five children, recounts what it was like for a 15-year-old girl to spend time with coach Don Shula before a Miami Dolphins home game during the team’s dynasty days of the 1970s. → Read More

Next for Dolphins is training camp and season that will determine a major rebuild’s success

The Miami Dolphins have perhaps 17 players — out of the current 90-man roster — that seem certain of being in the team’s plans beyond 2019. That’s a very low number which shows the reason the team is in the middle of a drastic rebuild. → Read More

Ryan Fitzpatrick vs. Josh Rosen: Pass-for-pass breakdown, with statistics

The second day of the Miami Dolphins mandatory minicamp was another day Ryan Fitzpatrick was better than Josh Rosen in the battle for the team’s starting quarterback job. A pass-for-pass breakdown. → Read More

Brian Flores selling Dolphins players on competition. These spots are most up for grabs

Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores is trying to set a competitive culture for the Miami Dolphins and one day he’s doing this is by forcing his players to compete for their jobs throughout the roster. → Read More

The reason Miami Dolphins must root for Buffalo’s Frank Gore and New England’s Brandon Bolden

The Miami Dolphins have worked to position themselves for the addition of compensatory draft picks in the 2020 draft, but the team needs Brandon Bolden and Frank Gore to make the rosters of the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills. → Read More

This is how the Miami Dolphins view Josh Rosen and what happens next

The Miami Dolphins hope Josh Rosen becomes their next franchise quarterback but they don’t feel pressure to make him the starting quarterback and believe if he fails they can easily continue their search for that quarterback. → Read More

Day 2 of NFL Draft: Miami Dolphins will make franchise-defining decision today

The Miami Dolphins are about to make franchise-defining decisions on the second day of the NFL draft and that includes deciding on a trade for Josh Rosen or not. → Read More

Josh Rosen traded to Miami Dolphins. Grand plan to rebuild with 2020 QB takes detour

The Miami Dolphins gave up a second-round pick for Josh Rosen, which changes the team’s plan to tank in 2020 and also seems to be a detour from the plan to draft a quarterback high next draft. → Read More

Miami Dolphins could trade down this draft, but one scenario will definitely keep them from moving

The Miami Dolphins need a lot of talent out of the NFL draft that begins April 25, so experts believe they will strongly consider trading down in the first round. But if a highly talented player drops to them, the team has shown a pattern for staying put. → Read More

These candidates might fill leadership roles on a young Miami Dolphins team

The Miami Dolphins are a young team in search of leadership, not only from the coaching staff but the locker room, as well. Luckily, the team already has a couple of veteran leaders and younger candidates who can grow into the roles. → Read More

NFL schedule release day: Where do the Miami Dolphins play (and when)?

The NFL releases its 2019 schedule at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Details and leaks from sources emerged throughout the day and we were able to piece together the Miami Dolphins’ complete regular season schedule. → Read More

Chris Grier in charge of 2019 Dolphins draft just as he was in the past. But this is different

The 2019 Miami Dolphins draft will be run by Chris Grier, who handled the team’s past three drafts, which is interesting because the team changed practically everything following last season except the man rebuilding the team. → Read More

Miami Dolphins roster remains in flux one week before draft

The Miami Dolphins have undergone significant changes this offseason, and the players who took part in the first day of a voluntary minicamp are survivors of those changes. But even those players must be on notice their place on the team is at risk. → Read More

Miami Dolphins definitely want a quarterback in this draft but role not yet certain

The Miami Dolphins, needing both a long-term starter and an upgrade at backup, definitely want a quarterback in the 2019 NFL Draft, sources tell The Miami Herald. The question is whether the team can find a starter or will settle for a late-round backup. → Read More

Miami Dolphins have done a lot of work on first-round player with huge boom (or bust) potential

The Miami Dolphins need a pass rusher and have been investigating Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary, who has the potential to be a huge contributor or a huge bust. → Read More

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, full of draft day suggestions, had idea team should try this year

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has suggested ideas on past draft days, including in 2018 when he wanted the team to trade down. That might be a good strategy for the talent starved Dolphins to try this year. → Read More

Fake GM Mando’s first-round pick for the Miami Dolphins: Sorry, not a QB

The Miami Dolphins will run a multiple defense under new coach Brian Flores and for that reason and their lack of an accomplished pass rusher, they should select Florida State’s Brian Burns in the first round of the April 25 draft. → Read More

Miami Dolphins success won’t come from new philosophy. It’ll come from this ...

The Miami Dolphins have trotted out a new philosophy under new general manager Chris Grier but it future success will more closely be tied to making right decisions than following the right philosphy → Read More

If there’s a franchise quarterback in 2019 draft, no excuse for the Dolphins not going after him

The Miami Dolphins can make no excuses about missing out on a franchise quarterback in the 2019 draft because it is their greatest need and they can reach for practically any player not selected with the No. 1 overall pick. → Read More