This week, the Miami Dolphins and the Cleveland Browns listed a total of 17 players in their NFL week 1 injury report submitted on Wednesday.
The Miami Dolphins appear to have settled on Lamar Miller as the team’s starting running back heading into Week 1 of the regular season.
The Miami Dolphins open the 2013 NFL season on the road, as they travel to newly named FirstEnergy Stadium hoping to spoil Rob Chudzinski’s Cleveland Browns head-coaching debut.
Miami Dolphins fans can exhale a bit because rookie defensive end Dion Jordan returned to practice Tuesday after sitting out much of the last two weeks.
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The Ravens defense has made quite the reputation for themselves. Not just for being a dominant defense for over a decade. There is a reputation in the notion that defensive players don’t play well once they leave Baltimore. With Paul Kruger now playing for the Cleveland Browns, the pass rush specialist hopes he can buck the trend.
The Miami Dolphins have a glaring hole at cornerback after letting Sean Smith leave via free agency and while the team has been spending big in free agency, general manager Jeff Ireland may not be done yet.
Bernie Kosar withstood his fair share of hard hits during his career with the Miami Hurricanes and Cleveland Browns. Kosar, like all football players, suffered concussions during his career, but he’s trying to avoid the downfall players like Junior Seau have had through a new treatment.
While the Miami Dolphins are on the outside looking in on the NFL Playoffs again this year, there is hope thanks to salary cap management that gives the team a lot of flexibility in the offseason. But Miami isn’t alone when it comes to tons of salary cap space.
With the National Football League’s regular season wrapped up, Black Monday in the NFL arrived just after midnight Monday.