The National Football League and the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced its 2010s All-Decade Teams on offense, defense, and special teams, and former Dolphins’ Frank Gore and Ndamukong Suh were selected.
Gore, a Miami Native, joined the team in 2018 and rushed for 722 yards on 156 carries for the Dolphins in 14 games.
Gore’s tenure in Miami only lasted a season but his NFL Resume is impeccable. In fifteen NFL seasons, he has 15,347 career rushing yards (third-overall in all-time rushing yards) on 3,548 carries, and 79 touchdowns.
The University of Miami Alum has been selected to five Pro Bowls in his career and was twice selected as a Second-Team All-Pro.
Suh joined the Dolphins after the 2014 season on a six-year, 114 million dollar contract, but ended up underperforming for the Fins.
Suh’s tenure in Miami only lasted three years before the Dolphins cut him, in which he totaled 181 tackles and 15.5 sacks.
However, the former No. 2 overall pick in the 2010 draft has 542 tackles and 63.5 sacks in 164 career games, including the postseason. He’s a five-time Pro-Bowler and a 3-time All-Pro.
The team was chosen by a 48-member selection committee formed by the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Joining Gore as running backs on the All-Decade Team on offense were: Marshawn Lynch, LeSean McCoy and Adrian Peterson (unanimous); and flex selection Darren Sproles.
Suh was joined by three other defensive tackles: Aaron Donald, Fletcher Cox, and Geno Atkins on the 22-player defense.