While the Miami Dolphins spent big money to bring back nose tackle Paul Soliai, the defensive line took a big hit Saturday when defensive end Kendall Langford signed on with the St. Louis Rams.
The Miami Dolphins have re-signed massive nose tackle Paul Soliai roughly 24 hours after he became an unrestricted free agent, according to CBS4′s Kim Bokamper.
The Miami Dolphins are in the midst of a transition from a 3-4 defensive scheme to a 4-3 defense, and that means some players may not fit in the new defense.
Each year, the NFL gathers more than 200 of the top draft prospects in Indianapolis for the annual scouting combine. And each year, there are combine freaks who rocket up draft boards after turning in great performances.
The Miami Hurricanes will be a little bit thinner at wide receiver and defensive tackle next season.
Former number three overall NFL draft pick Gerald McCoy will miss the rest of the season for a second consecutive year.
University of Miami Hurricanes defense tackle Micanor Regis was suspended for Saturday’s game against Georgia Tech for violation of team rules.
Florida State’s football season has been heading downhill ever since the team lost to Oklahoma at Doak Campbell Stadium.
It turns out the University of Miami isn’t the only Sunshine State school dealing with player eligibility problems due to improper benefits.
Nose tackle has become one of the highest-paid and most in-demand positions in the NFL. So when a team like the Dolphins finds a stud like Paul Soliai, they will look to keep him around and hope he shows the dedication to the team he had before he landed a big contract.