If you’re looking for two of the top NFL Draft quarterback prospects Wednesday, look no further than the New England Patriots’ facility.
The Miami Dolphins recently signed running back Knowshon Moreno and still like Lamar Miller, but that doesn’t mean the Dolphins are done looking for backfield help.
Coming into the offseason, the Miami Dolphins needed an almost complete overhaul of the offensive line. The Fins have done a decent job plugging holes, but still need to make some moves to feel like the line is ready to protect quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
The Miami Dolphins revealed Wednesday that the team will be sending a seventh-round pick to the Baltimore Ravens to complete last year’s mid-season trade that brought left tackle Bryant McKinnie to the Fins.
The New York Knicks are reportedly closing in on a deal to bring legendary coach Phil Jackson to the team in the front office. The Knicks have a lot of work to do, not many resources to do it, but owner James Dolan has one target in mind with the hiring of Jackson, Miami Heat president Pat Riley.
The Miami Dolphins are ripe with cap space heading into free agency, but will have several key defensive contributors to address if the team wants to remain a contender for the NFL playoffs
The Florida Panthers made major improvements to the BB&T Center’s scoreboard in the offseason and as a payback to the county and the team, the NHL will reportedly bring the 2015 NHL Entry Draft to Sunrise, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
The Miami Dolphins haven’t released an official list of candidates for the vacant general manager job, but according to Newsday.com, a New York Giants executive is going to interview in Davie.
The Florida State Seminoles are a little more than 24 hours removed from a national championship but the team already has at least one hole to fill heading into next season.
Louisville Cardinals quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who also starred at Miami Northwestern High School, will forego his senior season of college and enter the 2014 NFL Draft, according to ESPN’s Brett McMurphy.