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.
The Miami Dolphins made strides in the past few weeks to repair the damaged reputation of the franchise, but could get a big boost locally if the team hires a former Dolphins player still beloved in South Florida.
Miami Dolphins newcomer Knowshon Moreno showed last year he can run, catch and block, and they’re counting on him to do all three a lot.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday that it’s possible the NFL playoffs could expand next season, adding two extra teams.
NFL officials will have some extra backup the next time an instant replay is needed, the NFL officiating department in New York.
More than a dozen playing rules proposals and seven bylaws will be considered this week NFL owners at their spring meetings in Orlando.
The Miami Dolphins want to upgrade the running back position after Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas struggled to produce offense last year. The Fins will bring in a possible replacement for a visit Friday when Knowshon Moreno comes to town, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Former University of Miami standout tackle Eric Winston was elected the new president of the National Football League Players Association Wednesday.
Former Miami Dolphins left tackle Bryant McKinnie said Monday that he would switch to right tackle for the right opportunity to continue his career in the NFL.
Speedster Devin Hester made his name at the University of Miami before dominating the NFL as a kick return specialist. Now out of work, Hester said he’d love to join the Dolphins as a special teams specialist.