If the Duke Blue Devils have any hopes of slowing down the Florida State Seminoles offensive juggernaut; the Dukies have to find a way to solve the tall task of slowing down FSU receiver Kelvin Benjamin.
When the Miami Dolphins went looking for dynamic playmakers last offseason, they targeted the biggest one in free agency, wide receiver Mike Wallace. But with nearly half the season over, Wallace is looking like a bust in his first year in Miami.
The Miami Dolphins need some help at wide receiver after the team placed Brandon Gibson on injured reserve Tuesday.
The Miami Dolphins have struggled to put a winning team on the field in recent years and 2013 is no different. The Fins have problems across the field with rookies, but the veteran struggles continue a growing and troubling trend for the Fins.
Mike Wallace expected to be a big play, deep threat wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins when he signed a $60 million contract in the offseason. But a quarter of the way through the season, Wallace hasn’t produced many big plays and it has him worried.
The Miami Dolphins brought wide receiver Mike Wallace in to blow the tops off of defenses with deep passing maximizing his speed. Through four games this season, Wallace hasn’t been able to use his speed and the Fins are struggling with the deep ball.
Things may be going from bad to worse for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the offense he leads.
After a victory, you’d think every player on the Miami Dolphins would be happy about the performance. That wasn’t the case for the Fins’ $60 million man, wide receiver Mike Wallace.
While there’s still no word on when the NCAA will finally take the wraps off its case against the University of Miami; new details about a different case may provide a roadmap for what UM will be facing.
After a weekend filled with roster cuts, the Dolphins continued to tweak the roster on Sunday by releasing fullback Evan Rodriguez and signing fullback Tyler Clutts off the waiver wire.