Olivier Vernon Gets Mega-Deal From GiantsFake Twitter reports aside, Olivier Vernon has reached a deal with a new team. Vernon agreed to sign with the New York Giants Wednesday, taking a 5-year, $85 million deal with $52.5 million in guaranteed money.
JMH: Nurse, Secretary Fired For Releasing NFL Player’s Med Info To MediaJackson Memorial Hospital fired two employees following accusations that they leaked the medical information of a New York Giants football player.
Former Dolphins Coach Joe Philbin To Join Giants StaffFormer Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has found a new home.
Beckham Gone Wild, Coughlin Gone MissingTom Coughlin's poor handling of Odell Beckham's behavior shouldn't tarnish his legacy. But it should cost him his job.
Giants Pose A Big, Blue Speed Bump To Panthers' Perfect SeasonDon't sleep on this game, or the Giants, who have slain a few giants just when you've counted them out.
Dolphins Elimination From Playoffs Is Earliest Since 2011While the Miami Dolphins haven’t had a winning season since 2008, their current campaign has been more difficult than usual for fans to swallow.
Top Dolphins Questions Heading Into Week 15 Against San DiegoThe Miami Dolphins are in the home stretch of another rough season.
With Three Games To Go, Dolphins Season Is All But OverThe Miami Dolphins had been one of the winningest franchises in the NFL since the team’s inception.
Perkins: Tannehill An 'Average Quarterback...Doesn't Have That Magic'Dolphins beat writer Chris Perkins joined the Joe Rose Show to discuss Miami’s loss to the Giants and quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Top Performers From The Dolphins Week 14 Loss To The GiantsThe Miami Dolphins slim hopes to make the playoffs came to an end on Monday night as they lost to the New York Giants 31-24.
Team Grades: Giants Eliminate Dolphins From Playoff Contention With 31-24 VictoryPlaying to stay in the race in the NFC, the Giants took care of business by eliminating the Miami Dolphins from playoff contention with a 31-24 victory in Week 15.
Top 50 Miami Dolphins Of All Time Honored At HalftimeIt was a half time show like no other. No, there was no Madonna. Nope, not even Janet Jackson. It was the top 50 Miami Dolphin players of all time – and the fans loved it.