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Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jake Long sustained a leg injury that forced him to leave Monday's practice, although the severity of the injury has not been determined. According to the Miami Herald, Long fell to the ground after blocking in pass protection. He remained on the ground for a few minutes, and eventually got to his feet. Trainers focused on the area between his knee and ankle. Later, Long was walking under his own power. Long, 27, is considered as one of the best left tackles in football. He has been named to the Pro Bowl in all four of his seasons in Miami.
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The Miami Dolphins have continued to stress, since the end of the 2011 season that they are not rebuilding. However, many of their actions would suggest otherwise. On Sunday, the Dolphins traded a 1st round pick from just 3 years ago, for a 2nd rounder and a conditional 6th rounder. Trading Vontae Davis, the 2nd [...]
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The offensive line would have been quite the mess with rookie Jonathan Martin moving to left tackle in practice as...
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DAVIE, Fla. Youd think Clyde Gates would be concerned. The Dolphins have one of the worst receiving corps in the NFL, and Gates isnt even a lock to make the team.
But the second-year man doesnt seem too worried.
They can say what they want to say, Gates said about critics maligning Miamis ball catchers. They doubted Jesus, didnt they?
Perhaps divine intervention will be needed...
DAVIE, Fla. Each year in his NFL career, there were questions surrounding Reggie Bush. Could he live up to being the No. 2 pick in the 2006 draft? Could he be an every-down back? Could he stay healthy?
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DAVIE, Fla. Karlos Dansby wears a wristband that reads "Confidence." Not that he ever needs to be reminded.
Dansby last season, even though he's never made a Pro Bowl, proclaimed himself the best linebacker in the NFL. Take a look at what he's now saying about himself.
The Miami Dolphins middle linebacker expects one day to end up in the Pro Football Hall of...
Every once in a while, we have teams that seem to implode once they're eliminated from the playoff race. Those types of implosions raise questions about the team's intent, but they ultimately fade away once the playoffs begin.
Now, the Dolphins are causing some, including players on their own team, to question their motives in 2012.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk...
Jim Irsay showed his cards for days on Twitter and his prediction proved true Sunday: The Indianapolis Colts have agreed to trade a 2013 second-round pick for Miami Dolphins cornerback Vontae Davis, FOXSports.com has learned.
Davis, the 25th overall pick in the 2009 NFL draft, fills a glaring need for the Colts, who need a starting CB to play opposite Jarraurd Powers. A standout...
Finally after days of reading tweets from Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay about a potential trade that was possibly going to down this weekend, his club finally pulled the trigger on a trade that will bring Miami Dolphins cornerback Vontae Davis to the Colts in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft according to a report by NFL.com.
Davis is a former first...