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 Florida State Seminoles are a little more than 24 hours removed from a national championship but the team already has at least one hole to fill heading into next season.
The 2014 Discover Orange Bowl has the potential to be a record-breaking shootout between two of the top offenses in the nation when Clemson plays Ohio State Friday night.
The Miami Dolphins need some serious help in the running game and one of the NFL’s most consistent threats in and out of the backfield may be available in February.
A few weeks ago, Miami Dolphins running back Daniel Thomas looked like he was done for the season with an injury. Sunday, Thomas helped save the Dolphins season.
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 Miami Dolphins are theoretically still in the playoff hunt in the AFC, but after Saturday’s loss to the Carolina Panthers dropped the Fins to 5-6; the margin for error for Miami is nearly zero.
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.