It’s tough to miss a 6’8” nearly 340 pound man, but the Miami Hurricanes football team had been doing just that through the first three practices of fall camp.
To quote legendary rock icon Alice Cooper, “School’s out for summer. School’s out forever.” That’s especially good news for the Miami Dolphins as the final three rookies joined offseason team activities Monday morning.
Offensive tackle Jonathan Martin has come to an agreement with the Miami Dolphins on a four-year contract that will pay him just less than $5 million, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
The University of Miami Hurricanes football program is as storied as any in the country over the last four decades. But even the most popular programs have to reach into the student population for help from time to time.
While the Miami Dolphins spent big money to bring back nose tackle Paul Soliai, the defensive line took a big hit Saturday when defensive end Kendall Langford signed on with the St. Louis Rams.
The Miami Dolphins have re-signed massive nose tackle Paul Soliai roughly 24 hours after he became an unrestricted free agent, according to CBS4′s Kim Bokamper.
While most of the focus for the Miami Dolphins has been on free agent quarterback Peyton Manning; a player who just became a free agent Monday could be the answer to a long festering problem for the Dolphins.
Miami Dolphins franchise left tackle Jake Long is ready to take the field for the team in the opener against the New England Patriots after missing all of the preseason.
Miami Dolphins fans have long loathed the production from the tight end position. The Dolphins have been committed to Anthony Fasano for three years, but are still trying to bring in more help for the position.
Since left tackle Jake Long arrived in Miami; he’s fortified the left tackle position and become a Pro Bowl left tackle. But, Long will want a long-term contract in the next year or two and what happened in Cleveland Monday night set the bar for a left tackle contract.