The Miami Dolphins have a quality starting quarterback on the bench, but are needy at wide receiver. The Kansas City Chiefs have a star receiver, but no quarterback worth starting on the roster.
The Miami Dolphins may be about to get a boost in the wide receiving corps as newly signed Jabar Gaffney may be ready to make his Dolphins debut Sunday against the St. Louis Rams.
Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Johnson is now the former husband of Evelyn Lozada. According to TMZ.com, the couple’s divorce has been finalized just one month after it was filed.
The Miami Dolphins are in desperation mode for help at the wide receiver position and are bringing in a player who may not have the best memories of time he spent in Miami.
In the NFL, you can never have too much speed on your roster. Tuesday, former Florida Gators running back/track star Jeff Demps filed to become an NFL free agent and the speculation over where the speedster will land started immediately.
The Miami Dolphins have a glaring need for veteran help at wide receiver heading into 2012. They will work out a veteran in the coming week that would definitely bring quite a bit of publicity with him.
When the Miami Dolphins traded star wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears, most pundits and fans were left stunned. But, a report from the New York Post may explain why the Fins decided to give up on the 28-year-old receiver.
He hasn’t been seen on a football field since a well-publicized meltdown amongst several teams two years ago; but now, former All-Pro wide receiver Randy Moss wants to come back to the NFL.
Monday night, the Dolphins signed veteran wide receiver Kevin Curtis to a one-year contract, according to FoxSports.com.