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Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby called the Dolphins game on Sunday against the Cardinals a ‘must win’. The 1-2 Dolphins certainly have their work cut out for them if they hope to beat the 3-0 Cardinals. The Dolphins offense has been sporadic and the defense is not ready to carry the team at this point. The Dolphins [...]
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DAVIE, Fla. Dan Carpenter stood in front of his locker the other day wearing a hat that read Still Perfect.
That referred to the 1972 Miami Dolphins, not the 2012 Dolphins kicker.
Carpenter hardly was perfect in a 23-20 loss last Sunday against the New York Jets. He missed a 47-yard field goal with 10:48 left in regulation that proved pivotal. Then he shanked a 48-yarder in overtime...
Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush is practicing with the first team today and appears ready to play on Sunday against the Cardinals.
Bush left early against the Jets with a knee injury and appeared to be doubtful this week against Arizona.
While this is great news for Dolphin fans, fantasy owners should limit their expectations this week due to the fact that the Cardinals have...
Dolphins List Reggie Bush As Questionable For Game Against Cardinals -
Dolphins RB Reggie Bush is one of the most resilient and determined players in the NFL. Just days after suffering a knee injury, which could have forced him to sit out for a minimum of two weeks, Bush may now see action in Sunday’s matchup versus the Cardinals. Bush suffered the injury in last weekend’s loss...
DAVIE, Fla. Reggie Bush vows to play Sunday. But a guy whose opinion is more important is not being as definitive.
The Dolphins running back suffered a bruised left knee last Sunday against the New York Jets and didn't play in the second half. He didn't practice Wednesday, but that doesn't matter to Bush.
"I'll tell you right now, I'm playing,''...
According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush will likely play in tomorrow’s game against the Cardinals.
On the other hand, cornerback Richard Marshall will likely be inactive.
This is certainly good news for Bush and his fantasy owners as well as the Dolphins.
It was 2008 and the Miami Dolphins found themselves 0-2 following an ugly 31-10 loss in Arizona. Rookie head coach Tony Sparano was winless and a looming matchup at New England didn’t make things any better.Visions of going 1-15 once again were already growing across South Florida. However, a 38-13 trouncing of the Patriots marked the beginning of an amazing turnaround as the Dolphins...
Last week: 28 (-1)
They’ve got a very tough and underrated defense and they’ll play spoiler to a few teams as underdogs (like they almost did last weekend), but their offensive ineptitude is going to keep this team as one of the worst in the league. Ryan Tannehill is not a capable NFL quarterback yet and the team’s offensive leader, running back Reggie Bush, has...
The re-born Reggie Bush was held out of practice yesterday but returned today (Thursday) in a limited capacity. This is lining up as a game time decision. Tomorrow will tell a lot. If Bush can't play Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller will play larger roles. If Bush does play it's likely he will be limited.
Reggie Bush won't be speaking to the media anymore this week after doing his regular Wednesday press conference, but what reporters saw in the early portion of Thursday's practice spoke volumes in terms of his ability to play this weekend at Arizona. To put it simply, Bush didn't look like a player who missed the second half of last Sunday's game with a knee injury.
According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, after missing Wednesday’s practice, Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush was limited today.
Even though Bush was on the field on Thursday, I believe his status for Sunday’s game is still up in the air at this point.
DAVIE, Fla. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin has stopped his players from talking about the replacement referees.
After Reggie Bush, Brian Hartline and Richie Incognito were among Miami players who had ripped the replacements in tweets, Bush said Philbin on Wednesday put the hammer down. Still, Bush couldn't resist one final dig.
"Coach Philbin instructed us not to...
Miami Dolphins (1-2) at Arizona Cardinals (3-0)
The Cardinals are 3-0 right now, but they’re incredibly overrated. Do you really trust anyone on this offense other than Larry Fitzgerald? The defense is great, but I don’t think they’re well rounded enough to make the playoffs in a loaded NFC. They have a negative yards per play differential and rank tied for 30th in offensive...