NFL And CBS Continue Partnership On Thursday Night Football In 2015The National Football League has announced that it will continue it’s partnership with CBS to televise Thursday Night Football games for the 2015 season.
NFL Talk Show Host Sends Message To Crooks Who Stole $5M TV Production TruckDirecTV talk show host Rich Eisen sent a stern message to the criminals who stole a $5 million production truck that his show uses.
Part Of Stolen Production Truck Has Been FoundNFL Network host Rich Eisen said his large satellite production truck, reported stolen, has been found.
Dolphins Bring Nate Burleson In For A Free Agent VisitThe Miami Dolphins have signed nearly every free agent that has come in for a visit. Veteran wide receiver Nate Burleson is Thursday’s visitor to Davie, according to the NFL Network. But with a strong wide receiving corps already in place, the visit raises some eyebrows.
Judge Orders Former NFL Player To Remain In Jail Former NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper remains in jail after a judge ordered him held without bail Friday.
NFL Bringing Thursday Night Games To CBSThe NFL will be making more appearances on CBS4 this season. The league and CBS announced a new partnership Wednesday to produce and televise Thursday Night Football this season.
Fins & Chiefs Trade Talks ContinueThe on again, off again trade talks between the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs for the rights to left tackle Branden Albert were on again as of Thursday morning, according to Steve Wyche of NFL Network.
WR Greg Jennings Talks Miami DolphinsOne of the bigger names in the free agent wide receiver class, Greg Jennings, is now openly saying he would play for the Miami Dolphins.
Report: Peyton Manning Can't Throw The BallMuch of the discussion that has been ongoing about the Miami Dolphins quarterback situation has centered on the possibility of acquiring Peyton Manning. But based on new reports, that may be the worst plan possible.
Long Voted Best Tackle In NFLMiami Dolphins fans have known for three years who the best offensive tackle is in the NFL, and it turns out, Jake Long’s fellow players agree with Fins fans.