Miami Dolphins players offer thankful messages upon being named Pro Bowlers

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Three Miami Dolphins players — fullback Alec Ingold, running back Raheem Mostert and cornerback Jalen Ramsey — offered thankful messages upon being named Pro Bowlers.

Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill and Terron Armstead also earned Pro Bowl nods.


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Ingold is in his second season with the Dolphins after playing the first three seasons of his NFL career with the Las Vegas Raiders. In 16 appearances (13 starts) with Miami so far during the 2023 regular season, he has totaled 119 receiving yards on 13 receptions to go along with five first downs receiving.

Meanwhile, Ramsey is in his first season with the Dolphins franchise after the team traded for him following the 2022 season. He has played in just nine games with Miami to this point but has racked up three interceptions, 18 combined tackles and five passes defended.

Finally, Mostert arguably has put up the best numbers of his NFL career in his ninth professional season. Across 15 starts for the Dolphins, he has totaled 1,012 rushing yards and a league-best 18 rushing touchdowns. Plus, his longest rushing attempt on the season is for 49 yards.

The contributions that the Dolphins have received from Ingold, Ramsey, Mostert and the other players who received Pro Bowl nods have translated into collective success. At 11-5, the Dolphins hold the top record in the AFC East division and No. 2 seed in the entire AFC, behind only the Baltimore Ravens who are 13-3.

Miami also already clinched a playoff berth with its victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Christmas Eve.

There is still one game remaining on the Dolphins’ 2023 regular-season schedule. They will take on a fellow AFC East team in the Buffalo Bills on Jan 7.

The Dolphins lost their first matchup of the season against the Bills by a final score of 48-20 back on Oct. 1 behind a great performance from Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen, who threw for 320 yards and four touchdowns compared to zero interceptions. The loss marked Miami’s first defeat of the 2023 regular season.

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Jesse is a 23-year-old sports journalist. He has experience covering football at the high-school and professional levels.