The Miami Dolphins want to upgrade the running back position after Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas struggled to produce offense last year. The Fins will bring in a possible replacement for a visit Friday when Knowshon Moreno comes to town, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Most of the focus for the Miami Dolphins and its fans ahead of free agency has been on the offensive and defensive lines. But running back is another position the Dolphins may address either in free agency or in the upcoming 2014 NFL Draft.
Duke Johnson was the Miami Hurricanes’ primary offensive weapon last year until he fractured his ankle against the eventual national champion Florida State Seminoles. Fans hoping to catch a glimpse of him this spring are likely out luck though.
The hits to the Miami Dolphins running game kept coming Monday when the team announced that running back Daniel Thomas is likely out for the remainder of the season with an ankle injury.
The Florida State Seminoles have been riding running backs Devonta Freeman and James Wilder, Jr during their undefeated season. But, both may not be back to run during a senior year with the Noles.
The Miami Hurricanes lost their undefeated season to Florida State Saturday night, but lost much more after X-rays came back on running back Duke Johnson.
The Miami Dolphins appear to have settled on Lamar Miller as the team’s starting running back heading into Week 1 of the regular season.
A judge reinstated Chris Brown’s revoked probation Friday and gave the singer a new sentence to perform 1,000 hours of community labor such as cleaning beaches or highways, removing graffiti or performing other chores assigned by the probation department.
If you’re looking for a Miami Dolphins rookie who may make an immediate impact on the team, you might want to focus on fifth-round draft pick Mike Gillislee out of the University of Florida.
The Miami Dolphins have widely been expected to let running back Reggie Bush leave the team in free agency, but Bush may not be headed out of town just yet.