The Miami Dolphins are off to a slow start for the new season after losing to the Dallas Cowboys in the first NFL preseason game.
The Miami Dolphins head into training camp in less than three weeks and for the first time in many years, go in with a clear confidence in the players the team has at the quarterback position.
Jeremy Hellickson earned his fifth June win and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Detroit Tigers 3-1 Sunday in a game that included an early warning by the umpires.
With Alex Colome set to make his major league debut for the Tampa Bay Rays against the lowly Miami Marlins, Matt Moore will have to wait a day to attempt to become the majors’ first nine-game winner.
As good as Matt Moore has been, the Tampa Bay Rays believe he can be even better. The 23-year-old lefty pitched six strong innings and beat the Boston Red Sox 5-3 Tuesday night to remain undefeated and claim a share of the major league lead in victories.
The Miami Dolphins wasted little time inking its second free agent of the day Friday, re-signing backup quarterback Matt Moore to a new contract, according to NFL.com’s Jeff Darlington.
Coming into the 2012 season, Matt Moore was likely the most-hyped pitching prospect in baseball – not without good reason.
With rookie quarterbacks and first-year coaches, the Indianapolis Colts and Miami Dolphins were thought to be two of the NFL’s bigger rebuilding projects.
On Saturday evening, the Miami Dolphins signed practice squad safety Anderson Russell to the team.
Whether or not Ryan Tannehill plays on Sunday will likely be a game-time decision as the Dolphins are still uncertain if he will be ready.