Miami Dolphins Honor Roll

The Miami Dolphin Honor Roll is a ring around the second tier at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, which honors former players, coaches, contributors, and officials who have made significant contributions to the Miami Dolphins franchise.

The Miami Dolphin Honor Roll was started on September 16, 1990 with its first inductee being the owner/founder of the Miami Dolphins: Joe Robbie, who died one year prior to his induction.

Since then, 18 players and one coach have been inducted into the honor roll, along with a special induction to honor the 1972 Undefeated Team, which was inducted in 1992 at the 20th Year Anniversary. Inductions included a special "four individual" induction in 1990 to honor the first four Miami Dolphin Hall of Famers of Csonka, Langer, Griese, and Warfield. There was also a special "dual" induction in 2003 of the "Marks Brothers" of Mark Clayton and Mark Duper, another "dual" induction honoring two members of the "Killer B's" defense of Bob Baumhower and Doug Betters in 2008, and another "dual" induction of two defensive stars on Miami's 1972 undefeated team of Jake Scott and Bill Stanfill in 2010.

Miami Dolphin Honor Roll inductees are chosen by current members of the honor roll as well as current franchise officials.


Name Number Position Years With Club Date of Induction
Joseph "Joe" Robbie Founder/Owner 1966–1989 September 16, 1990
Larry Csonka [1] 39 ^ Fullback 1968–1974, 1979 November 19, 1990
Bob Griese [2] 12 ^ Quarterback 1967–1980 November 19, 1990
Jim Langer [3] 62 Center 1970–1979 November 19, 1990
Paul Warfield [4] 42 Wide Receiver 1970–1974 November 19, 1990
Nick Buoniconti [5] 85 Linebacker 1969–1976 November 18, 1991
1972 Undefeated Team 1972 November 16, 1992
Larry Little [6] 66 Guard 1969–1980 December 16, 1993
Dwight Stephenson [7] 57 Center 1980–1987 December 12, 1994
Bob Kuechenberg 67 Guard 1970–1984 December 15, 1995
Don Shula 347 (number of career coaching wins) Head Coach 1970–1995 November 25, 1996
Nat Moore 89 Wide Receiver 1974–1986 December 5, 1999
Dan Marino 13 ^ Quarterback 1983–1999 September 17, 2000
Mark Clayton 83 Wide Receiver 1983–1992 December 15, 2003
Mark Duper 85 Wide Receiver 1982–1992 December 15, 2003
Dick Anderson 40 Safety 1968–1977 December 3, 2006
Richmond Webb 78 Offensive Tackle 1990–2000 December 25, 2006
Bob Baumhower 73 Defensive Tackle 1977–1986 December 14, 2008
Doug Betters 75 Defensive End 1978–1987 December 14, 2008
Jake Scott[8] 13 Safety 1970–1975 November 18, 2010
Bill Stanfill 84 Defensive End 1969–1976 November 18, 2010
Jim Mandich [9] [10] 88 Tight End 1970–1977 December 4, 2011
Jason Taylor 99 Linebacker / Defensive End 1997-2007, 2009, 2011 October 14, 2012
Zach Thomas 54 Linebacker 1996-2007 October 14, 2012
Bill Arnsparger Defensive Coordinator 1969-1974, 1976-1983 December 14, 2012
^ Jersey Number Retired
Bold indicates those enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame


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