When the Miami Dolphins traded star wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears, most pundits and fans were left stunned. But, a report from the New York Post may explain why the Fins decided to give up on the 28-year-old receiver.
The Miami Dolphins have traded All-Pro wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears in exchange for two third-round picks, according to FoxSports.com’s Jay Glazer.
As Miami Dolphins fans begin to dream about number 18 throwing touchdown passes for the Fins, the competition to land Peyton Manning will be fierce among several teams.
While Peyton Manning’s new contract will be incentive-laden, there could be a secondary player who would come with Manning. For the Dolphins, this player could be a familiar face to Miami Hurricanes fans.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall has always had elite skills, but as he proved Sunday, all it takes is a quarterback who can get him the ball and he will completely redefine a team’s offense.
Tom Brady ran for two touchdowns and threw for another and the New England Patriots rallied to clinch a playoff bye with a 27-24 win over the Miami Dolphins on Saturday.
In what his lawyers are calling a big misunderstanding, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall was briefly detained for questioning by the Broward Sheriff’s Office over his alleged refusal to pay a $142 cab fare.
The Miami Dolphins came into Thursday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys as one of the hottest teams in pro football. But, after questionable play calling and an inability to punch it into the end zone, the Dolphins left Dallas looking at a 3-8 record.
Miami Dolphins fans haven’t been able to say this in a long time, but the team is threatening to go on a bonafide winning streak heading into this weekend’s game against the Buffalo Bills.
It was a huge day for the former winless Miami Dolphins as they not only won their first game of the season against the Kansas City Chiefs – they won in a big way.