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Dolphins cornerback Richard Marshall is certain he's letting his team and his teammates down, but he openly admits he has no choice.
The Dolphins starting cornerback has missed the past three games because of a back injury that surfaced in mid-September. The pain has lingered for a month and there is no clear timetable on when he'll fully recover.
"Stressful. That's the only word you can use to describe it," said Marshall, whom the Dolphins signed this offseason to a three-year, $16 million contract. "I can't practice, even if I wanted to. I can do certain things, but I can't do everything that I need to do to be out there."
Marshall, who won the starting spot opposite Sean Smith in training camp, has been receiving around the clock treatment to help the alleviate the pain. But the recovery process is taking longer than Marshall and the team first thought. Source: Sun-Sentinel Attached Thumbnails
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Terry Bradshaw raised some eyebrows on Sunday when he said Reggie Bush was running like he was chasing a bucket of fried chicken, but he says the comment was all a big misunderstanding.
Tweet Remember when Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush used to routinely make defenders look silly at USC? Well, Reggie has still got it, as he proved on this sick move to shake the Indianapolis Colts defense for a TD: That’s as good a cut as you will ever see in football. I guess all that [...]
Reggie Bush jumped in a Deloreon and cranked it up to 55 miles per hour on Sunday.
Bush has looked like a new player ever since he was traded to Miami, but against the Colts, he looked like his old self again when he stutter stepped his way to an 18-yard touchdown run. The only thing missing was his patented flip into the end zone. The Dolphins still couldn'...
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Indianapolis, and coach Joe Philbin says there's no timetable for a decision on whether he'll play.
Tannehill was limited in practice for the third day in a row Friday and again wore a brace on his left leg. He left Sunday's 30-9 victory over the New York...
Miami Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill and wide
receiver Brian Hartline are both considered questionable to play today against
the Indianapolis Colts, reports Brian McIntyre of Yahoo! Sports.
However, Tannehill is listed
as "questionable," which means there's a 50/50 chance he won't play,
in which case the team would turn to Matt Moore.
Dolphins center Mike Pouncey injured his left knee late in the third-quarter of Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Pouncey, the Dolphins' 2011 first-round pick, suffered the injury at the end of a Daniel Thomas run when he his legs got caught up in a pile of bodies.
Pouncey, who is rated by ProFootballFocus.com as the NFL's top performing center, was replaced...
A historic NFL matchup may come down to a game time decision on Sunday as Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was limited once again at practice on Friday and is listed as questionable on the injury report. If Tannehill is able to suit up against fellow first round pick Andrew Luck, it would be the first game between two rookie quarterbacks taken in the first ten picks with a winning...
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is expected to start Sunday's game against Indianapolis after being limited in practice during the week because of injuries to his knee and quadriceps.
Tannehill was hurt during the first half of last week's game against the New York Jets and watched Matt Moore finish a 30-9 win.
The Dolphins listed the rookie as questionable...
Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill (bruised knee) is active and will start Sunday against the Colts.Fantasy Spin:Employ Tannehill as you usually would. Injured wideout Brian Hartline (groin) is also available for the Dolphins. He had been a game-time decision.
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In today’s game against the Colts, Reggie Bush took a hand-off, hit the brakes, cut back to the middle, and scored a TD for his Dolphins. It’s the play-of-the-day so far.
Doesn’t it remind you of his tenure at USC?
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If the NFL season ended today, the Miami Dolphins would have earned one of the AFC’s two wildcard playoff berths, based in part by the strong play of rookie QB Ryan Tannehill. As the Dolphins prepare to take on the Indianapolis Colts, Miami might have to take the field without Tannehill this week.
ESPN’s Ed Werder confirmed on Friday that Tannehill is indeed a 50-50 bet to start...
Miami Dolphins (4-3) at Indianapolis Colts (4-3)
Both of these teams sit at 4-3, meaning this game could easily have playoff implications and one or both of these teams could make the playoffs. I bet you didn’t see that coming. I would say these teams are pretty equal. I had Miami ranked 10th in my Power Rankings and Indianapolis ranked 11th. However, for some reason, Miami is...