​It is our privilege to have OJ McDuffie as our President. 

The Miami Dolphins selected McDuffie in the first round (25th pick overall) of the 1993 draft. He returned punts and was a reserve wide receiver before cracking the starting spot for the Dolphins. During his playing time McDuffie became known as Dan Marino’s favorite receiver. His 415 career catches are fourth all-time in Dolphins history. In 1998, McDuffie caught 90 passes which lead the league. With the exception of Mark Clayton and Mark Duper McDuffie caught more passes thrown by Marino than any other Dolphin receiver. He played his entire career in Miami, retiring in 2000 because of a nagging toe injury.

He was inducted into the Dolphins Walk of Fame on December 29, 2013

McDuffie now hosts a weekly podcast, The Fish Tank : Dolphins Tales From The Deep as part of the Miami Dolphins Podcast Network. McDuffie and his co-host, Seth Levit, are joined by popular personalities connected to the Miami Dolphins, including current and former players, coaches, front office and team personnel as well as media members who have covered the team, sharing, “the best Miami Dolphins stories you never heard.”