Adam Beasley, The Miami Herald

Adam Beasley

The Miami Herald

Miami, FL, United States

Contact Adam

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • The Miami Herald
  • Bradenton Herald
  • The Kansas City Star
  • Lexington Herald-Leader

Past articles by Adam:

2019 NFL Draft live blog: Miami Dolphins finish out Draft after splashy second day

Follow live updates during the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville as teams make picks and trades and how they could affect the Miami Dolphins and coach Brian Flores. The final four rounds will take place Saturday. → Read More

Rosen update: Who has the leverage (and who blinks first) — Dolphins or Cardinals?

The Dolphins and Cardinals are both standing firm, for now, in their demands as the teams discuss a possible trade for quarterback Josh Rosen. → Read More

2019 NFL Draft live blog: Dolphins trade for Josh Rosen, draft Wisconsin O-lineman

Follow live updates during the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville as teams make picks and trades and how they could affect the Miami Dolphins and coach Brian Flores. They are scheduled to pick twice Friday. → Read More

QB can wait: Dolphins take stud DT Christian Wilkins with 13th overall pick

With their first-round pick, the Dolphins took Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins, a major building block as they rebuild their front seven and great value at 13. → Read More

Trading places: Is this the year the Dolphins make the smart move — and move back?

Chris Grier and the Miami Dolphins are prime candidates to trade back in the first round next week, and history suggests that it’s the right play. → Read More

Thirteen big reasons Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki should be better in Year 2

Mike Gesicki put on 13 pounds to improve his strength in the trenches, but a change in coaching philosophy could help the Dolphins tight end even more. → Read More

With Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores, if you’re not early, you’re late

A window into the core beliefs of Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores: ‘I was taught at an early age: early is on time, on time is late, late is forgotten.’ → Read More

Chris Grier might have revealed Dolphins’ plan at quarterback by what he didn’t say

If you’re hoping for the Dolphins to finally land their franchise quarterback with the 13th pick in next Thursday’s draft, brace yourself for disappointment. → Read More

A definitive answer on Reshad Jones’ status with the Miami Dolphins

Reshad Jones is going to be a Miami Dolphin in 2019. That’s according to Dolphins general manager Chris Grier, who told reporters Wednesday that Jones ‘is going to be here’ this season. → Read More

Reshad Jones conspicuously absent as the Miami Dolphins practice for first time in 2019

Veteran safety Reshad Jones has decided to stay away from this week’s voluntary minicamp, raising serious questions about whether he will be on the roster when the season begins in September. → Read More

Ryan Fitzpatrick: Best football still ahead of me in Year 15

New coach, new quarterback, new hope for the Dolphins? Ryan Fitzpatrick doesn’t lack for confidence in what looks to be a challenging season. → Read More

Godchaux: Miami Dolphins’ defense will be multiple and fit

The Miami Dolphins are going to be multiple on defense this year. And they’re going to be “the most in-shape team,” defensive tackle Davon Godchaux says. → Read More

Dolphins bring in two more first-round prospects, including a homegrown defender

The Dolphins are hosting two more potential 2019 NFL Draft first round possibilities Monday — one projected to go in the top 10, Florida tackle Jawaan Taylor, and another, Michigan linebacker Devin Bush, who could be the steal the draft. → Read More

This ex-Browns wide receiver with local roots latest free agent to join the Dolphins

Ricardo Louis, the wide receiver from Miami Beach who missed the entire 2018 NFL season with a neck injury, is signing a one-year deal with the Dolphins. → Read More

McMillan on Haskins, Stills’ roster uncertainty, tanking talk and more from DCC IX

News and notes from Saturday’s Dolphins Cancer Challenge, which raised an estimated $5 million for the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Challenge. → Read More

What to make of the Dolphins’ (reported) private workout with Duke QB Daniel Jones

The Dolphins are one of at least four teams to recently meet with and work out Duke quarterback Daniel Jones in Durham, North Carolina, ESPN reports. The others: the Giants, Broncos and Chargers. → Read More

The last uniform Josh Sitton wore as an NFL player was aqua and orange

Josh Sitton is done with football, he told ESPN Wisconsin on Thursday morning, meaning his final snaps in the NFL were painful ones. → Read More

Year 9 of the DCC: Sam Young committed to cause, even if his time as Dolphin is over

Now in its ninth year, the Dolphins Cancer Challenge continues to provide millions in funding for the the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. → Read More

‘Every day counts:’ How the Dolphins are laying the foundation for a turnaround

On Monday, Dolphins coach Brian Flores had his first opportunity to stand in front of his team and begin enacting change. → Read More

No holdout: Xavien Howard joins teammates on unofficial first day of 2019 season

Cornerback Xavien Howard, arguably the Miami Dolphins’ best player, showed up to work Monday for the first day of the offseason conditioning program. Howard wants to become the highest-paid cornerback in the league. → Read More