While much of the NFL received bad news, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline received some welcome news after injuring his knee against the New York Jets.
As the Miami Dolphins story has exploded into the national conscience over the past few days, people inside and outside of the sports world have taken sides. But when it comes to players and former players, most are taking the side of Richie Incognito.
The last time the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints were on the field together, the Saints walked out of Sun Life Stadium with a shootout victory, 46-34. Most of the players on the Dolphins side have changed, as have the coaches. But will it be enough to overcome the Saints’ Drew Brees and the team’s vastly improved defense?
The Miami Dolphins officially put tight end Dustin Keller on injured reserve after he suffered a nearly complete destruction of his knee in last Saturday’s game against the Houston Texans.
Injuries are a part of every NFL training camp, but the Dolphins are starting to see injuries pile up at the position the team spent the most free agent money on this season, wide receiver.
Perhaps no other position group on the Miami Dolphins roster went through as much of an overhaul as the wide receiving corps.
When Jake Long signed with the St. Louis Rams Sunday night, it ended not only his tenure at left tackle, but also completed the abysmal failure that was Bill Parcells’ time as the head of the Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins finally put pen to paper Friday on a new deal with wide receiver Brian Hartline after a career season for the former Ohio State Buckeye.
It’s been almost three years since a free agency class has been so eagerly anticipated by the Miami fan base. That year saw the Heat hit the jackpot with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh. With plenty of cap space and some solid free agents out there; the question this year is can the Dolphins come close to the Heat’s success?
The Miami Dolphins appear ready to begin rebuilding the wide receiver corps around Brian Hartline.