Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Long time Dolphins beat writer is no longer with Miami Herald

Adam Beasley, who was the Miami Dolphins beat reporter for the past nine seasons called it quits Wednesday afternoon as their beat reporter and for the Miami Herald, whom he was with for the past 15 years.

Late Wednesday afternoon, Adam Beasley tweeted on Twitter: “There’s a fantastic job opening at the Miami Herald: Mine. After 15 years at MHMC and nine seasons on the Dolphins beat, I am leaving the best newspaper in the country. My last day will be July 2.”


During the same hour, Beasley tweeted he will be the NFL insider for Pro Football Network beginning July 6.

If you have followed the Dolphins over the past decade, you mostly likely have read articles that have been scooped by Beasley about the Miami Dolphins.

Pro Football Network’s webpage says that Beasley will join Pro Football Network as National NFL Insider and Analyst.

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