The Miami Dolphins have lost one of their most productive offensive players to a division rival.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher is excited about the challenge of finding replacements for quarterback Jameis Winston and at least another half dozen Seminoles headed into the NFL draft after leading the program to 29 straight wins and a national championship in 2013.
The Miami Dolphins are certainly going to have a different look in 2015 than they did at the end of the previous season.
If the Miami Dolphins are going to hang on to tight end Charles Clay, it’s going to cost them more than they hoped it would.
As more and more cases of current and former NFL players having head issues come out, the more those players are taking note of the dangers of playing the sport.
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Newcomer Kenny Stills doesn’t like being called Mike Wallace’s replacement.
With Charles Clay in Buffalo talking to the Bills, the Miami Dolphins decided not to waste time on filling the void at tight end. On Thursday night, the team announced they signed former Cleveland Brown Jordan Cameron to a two-year, $15 million contract.
Let’s take a look at the teams that are sitting pretty and the ones that aren’t as we eagerly await the return of football.