Football is back, and not a moment too soon. Here are the five must-watch match-ups for the upcoming 2012 NFL season.
The last time a number one overall draft pick quarterback was making his way around Miami, the local television stations went into full fledged Peyton Manning overload coverage.
The 2012 NFL schedule was officially released Tuesday and with more primetime games than ever before, this season is sure to be full of can’t-miss games. Here are our top 10 most intriguing match-ups that you won’t want to miss.
We already know which teams the Miami Dolphins will be playing in 2012, but now fans finally have the dates to go with those games as the NFL is set to release its regular season schedule.
The more the hours continue to tick by; the less it looks like free agent quarterback Peyton Manning is going to be coming to the Miami Dolphins.
Remember the excitement over LeBron, Dwayne and Chris, “The Dream Team?” Ho-hum.
Peyton Manning is on the move as he tours potential NFL destinations. Sunday morning, Manning stopped by the Arizona Cardinals facility.
Peyton Manning’s arrival in South Florida has not only Dol-fans talking but also legendary Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino who told CBS4 Thursday if Manning has questions, he’ll be happy to take his call.
Peyton Manning is in Miami just hours after he was officially released by the Indianapolis Colts ending a 13-year, likely Hall of Fame career with the team. Manning is not expected to meet with or sign with any team Wednesday.
Signing quarterback Peyton Manning is Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ dream for the offseason. But, doing so will require some fancy salary cap management by the Dolphins.