As July begins, and kickoff weekend just 67 days away, much has happened in the NFL in the past week. Here’s a closer look at the headlines from the AFC squads this past week.
The Chicago Bears decided to do something once unthinkable just a few months ago, give former number one overall pick JaMarcus Russell a tryout. But while Russell may get a new contract, the legend that is Tim Tebow remains stuck in neutral.
Two quarterbacks are on the move Monday as trading season in the National Football League is well underway.
A pair of controversial rule changes in the National Football League have been adopted by the owners. The rules deal with using the crown of the helmet and the so-called “tuck rule.”
The media gets plenty of mugshots sent to them by law enforcement. But sometimes, one comes along that just captures the attention of the entire newsroom because it’s that bad. Unfortunately for Desmond Bryant, the mugshot taken of him on Sunday was that bad.
For twelve years Alonzo Mourning ruled Miami basketball with a chiseled body and a perpetual scowl on his face.
Not much has gone right for the Florida International University Panthers in 2012. Despite returning nearly the entire defense, the Panthers are just 1-5 and 0-2 in the Sun Belt Conference heading into Saturday’s game with the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders.
After running for a career high 26 times for 172 yards and 2 touchdowns, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
For the first time in both of their careers, Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill and head coach Joe Philbin picked up an NFL victory Sunday. The victory marked a return to the running game the Fins had avoided and a solid defensive effort against the Oakland Raiders.
The Miami Dolphins are looking to rebound after losing in Week 1 to a good Houston Texans by trying to knock off the Oakland Raiders. The Dolphins will be playing for the first time in front of a home crowd, which will be the home debut of rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill.