The Miami Dolphins circled the wagons after two weeks of chaos surrounded the franchise and managed to pull out a victory Sunday afternoon, but even in a victory; the Dolphins still left plenty to be desired by the play on the field.
The Miami Dolphins were already stretched thin along the offensive line, but the position of weakness took another hit Wednesday night when backup offensive lineman Will Yeatman tore his anterior cruciate ligament.
Lost amidst the ugly story surrounding offensive lineman Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin is the team still has to prepare for Monday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers without two starting offensive linemen.
The Miami Dolphins’ latest acquisition took the practice field Tuesday and immediately began to cast a shadow over the left tackle position.
he Miami Dolphins know they have to make fixes on the offensive line and Monday tried to do exactly that.
The Miami Dolphins continued their search for a new starting offensive tackle Tuesday. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, former Atlanta Falcons right tackle Tyson Clabo will visit Miami Tuesday night.
While the Miami Dolphins filled a lot of the team’s needs in the NFL Draft, there’s still a gaping hole at a position key to making the offense successful, left tackle.
As the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens begin preparations for Super Bowl XLVII, both teams will be looking to players from the University of Miami to make some game-changing plays in the game.
The University of Miami Hurricanes football program is as storied as any in the country over the last four decades. But even the most popular programs have to reach into the student population for help from time to time.
Former University of Miami tackle Bryant McKinnie has been released by the Minnesota Vikings, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. McKinnie had played his entire ten-year career with the Vikings