(Credit: Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Wildcard weekend was fun, huh? Seattle went into Washington and knocked off the Redskins, with some help from some terrible field conditions and a knee injury to RGIII. Green Bay caught […]
If NFL head coaches and front offices were nervous to take part in the HBO show “Hard Knocks,” then what Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt said Tuesday may scare them away from ever taking part.
Miami Dolphins left guard Richie Incognito had a reputation as a dirty player in the early part of his career when he came to Miami. He cleaned up his act by most accounts, but Houston Texans defensive end Antonio Smith doesn’t agree.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland has proven to be Teflon-like for his ability to not have the Dolphins continuing woes stick to him. But, his time may be about to run out with the expected horrendous season the Dolphins are undertaking now.
Coming into the 2012 regular season, the Miami Dolphins secondary was supposed to be one of the strengths of the team. But after trading veteran Vontae Davis to the Indianapolis Colts, a position of strength has turned into a possible weakness.
The Miami Dolphins open the regular season against a very tough Houston Texans defense and are doing so with an offensive line may feature a guard who almost ate himself off the team and a left tackle who may not be 100 percent.
Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill had a tall enough task just winning the starting quarterback job in training camp. Now that he’s accomplished that, the job will get monumentally tougher as his first opponent will be coached by one of the top defensive coordinators in the NFL.
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 general manager Jeff Ireland has had his fair share of problems during his brief reign here; but now, he’s squatting on the rights to a player who will not be suiting up for the Miami Dolphins this season.
Kyle Orton has gone from being the potential franchise savior in Denver to becoming a free agent in the span of just ten weeks in the NFL.