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The Dallas Cowboys traded a seventh-round pick in the 2013 draft to the Miami Dolphins for backup center Ryan Cook. The Cowboys, thinned by injuries to interior offensive linemen since the start of training camp, are likely to use Cook at center and as a "swing" backup who played offensive tackle in college and was a second-round pick of the Vikings in 2006. Among Cook's 40 career starts, he has played right guard, right tackle and center. The Cowboys might not know the status of starting center Phil Costa (back) until early next week. It's possible Cook or David Arkin, a guard who moved to center when Costa first experienced back issues, will play a significant role in Wednesday's season opener against the Giants. With the trade, the Dolphins now have 11 total draft picks in 2013, including an additional third-round pick in the deal that sent Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears.
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Chad Johnson, who was recently let go by the Miami Dolphins a few weeks ago, used his Twitter to show how sad he is about not being able to play as himself in Madden 2013.
That awkward moment when you realize you're not on Madden13 and have to create yourself...— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) August 29, 2012
According to the tweet, Johnson is now forced to create a player, which...
The Miami Dolphins just completed one of their worst preseasons in team history. For only the 3rd time in franchise history, the Dolphins failed to win a preseason game. The crazy thing is, the losses aren’t THAT terrible, but it’s how they Dolphins have looked that is troubling. Last night, in the 1st quarter, the [...]
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten was on the practice field in pads and hopeful that he will be able to play in the season opener.
Saturday's practice was the first time Witten had been in pads since lacerating his spleen in the preseason opener on Aug. 13. He says it felt good to put the pads on and that he just ran around and caught some passes at practice.
I don’t know if it is the curse of Hard Knocks or the Dolphins are just that bad. At the beginning of training camp I thought they could be a sleeper team.
By the end of the training of camp, I am thinking they could be the worst team in the league.
They just have bad karma surrounding them.
This is not real life…team plane backed into another plane right before take...
In what was probably the best cheerleader showdown of the preseason, on August 10th the Dolphins took on the Buccaneers. Which means that the Dolphins cheerleaders and the Bucs cheerleaders were in the same building doing their thing on the same field. That to me is an event.
Boy is it hard to determine which squad is better. The fun however, is in watching them and not...
The cycle of big expectations in Dallas continues with heralded free agent signings (Brandon Carr) , highly-touted draft picks (Morris Claiborne), a 'new focus' for the team’s defense, and Tony Romo and his ‘Boys saying this is the year when things will be different. So what, if anything, is actually different about this year for Big D?
NFL teams have until 9 p.m. this evening to trim their rosters to 53 players. Hundreds of players will be released this afternoon but could the Miami Dolphins be looking at adding a wide receiver via trade? Miami has struggled this preseason to find a legitimate number one receiver. This week Miami worked out a trio of receivers.
Miami brought in veteran Donte Stallworth who was...
Lance Dunbar was stressing all day about getting on the field in the preseason finale for the Dallas Cowboys.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Receiver Anthony Armstrong, two defensive backs and a linebacker were awarded to the Miami Dolphins off waivers Saturday.
Claimed along with Armstrong were safety Troy Nolan, cornerback R.J. Stanford and linebacker Sammy Brown. All had been released Friday.
The Dolphins terminated the contracts of safety Tyrone Culver and running back Steve Slaton, and they...
It’s the most exciting time of the year, the start of football, and I don’t mean the boring preseason stuff, but the real stuff.
Wednesday, the defending Super Bowl champions’ New York Giants and the Dallas Cowboys kick of the 2012 NFL season. This game has what we all want to see, a rivalry, the champions of the year before, and last, but not least two teams that hate each...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones can’t help but agree with Giants linebacker/defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka that they’ve been “whupping” the Cowboys over the past few seasons.
“I agree with him, and the only thing I’m saying is that I’ll never get used to it,” Jones told USA Today Sports.
“It is tough (being) on the outside looking in,” Jones said of the...