Two quarterbacks are on the move Monday as trading season in the National Football League is well underway.
After two days of free agency in the National Football League, some teams are starting to separate themselves as doing very well this offseason while others are struggling through what’s been called salary cap hell.
Former University of Florida star wide receiver Percy Harvin has been traded by the Minnesota Vikings to the Seattle Seahawks for three draft picks.
Miami says offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch is leaving the Hurricanes for a job with the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Seattle Seahawks lost its defensive coordinator Thursday morning. By Thursday afternoon, the Seahawks had filled that position by stealing a key member of Will Muschamp’s staff at the University of Florida.
It was nearly the end of the third quarter with the Miami Dolphins driving when the game came to a wet halt.
For much of Sunday’s game between the Miami Dolphins and Seattle Seahawks, Fins quarterback Ryan Tannehill struggled. But when his team needed him most, Tannehill sprinkled in a little magic to lead the Dolphins to victory, 24-21.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner stood in the end zone taunting the crowd, while coach Pete Carroll pumped his fist and slapped players on the back in jubilation. Neither saw the flag that had been thrown.
Dan Carpenter kicked a 43-yard field goal on the final play Sunday, and the Miami Dolphins scored 17 points in the last 8:08 to rally past the Seattle Seahawks 24-21.
The Miami Dolphins are hoping to avoid a fourth straight loss when they take on the Seattle Seahawks at Sun Life Stadium on Sunday.