It’s taken close to two decades but the Miami Dolphins think they have finally found their next franchise quarterback.
The NFL combine starts Wednesday for the participants as they will show up in Indianapolis to be measured, poked and prodded by medical personnel.
NFL scouts and general managers spend tireless hours watching collegiate players in order to make what they hope are the best decisions on who to pursue.
While most of the football media and other coaches were still salivating after seeing Jadeveon Clowney run a blazing fast 40-yard-dash; Pittsburgh defensive tackle Aaron Donald staked his claim to being worth a first-round pick.
The Miami Dolphins aren’t likely to look for any defensive line help in the 2014 NFL Draft, but there is some serious speed that will be available from a pair of star defensive prospects.
The Miami Dolphins selected cornerback Jamar Taylor with the 54th pick in last weekend’s draft. Taylor was considered one of the top corners available, but a medical red flag may end up benefitting the Dolphins long-term.
If you are remotely related to the world of sports and wanted to get your name out there this week – all you had to do was weigh-in on the gays in the NFL discussion. […]
The Miami Dolphins have a well-established need for game-breaking wide receivers that can run like the wind. While many have slotted Mike Wallace as the Fins’ big target in free agency due to his speed and ability; the NFL Combine may be reshaping those plans.
The days of the University of Miami dominating the first round of the NFL Draft has long since passed. The latest group of draft-eligible Canes is struggling mightily at the NFL Combine and none look likely to go in the first round.
Each year, the NFL gathers more than 200 of the top draft prospects in Indianapolis for the annual scouting combine. And each year, there are combine freaks who rocket up draft boards after turning in great performances.