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The Miami Dolphins signed former Giants cornerback Michael Coe. Coe spent the previous three seasons with the New York Giants where he played in 21 games with one start. He was originally selected by the Indianapolis Colts in the fifth round of the NFL draft. Coe played two seasons at Arkansas before transferring to Alabama State to play for his father, Charles.
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The Miami Dolphins signed veteran cornerback Michael Coe on Wednesday in an attempt to supplement the secondary and special teams unit.
Coe, a former Alabama State standout who was selected in the fifth-round of the 2007 draft, is playing for his fourth team in six years.
He previously spent the past three seasons with the New York Giants, where he played in 21 games with one...
With the rest of the football world watching their every movement: the New York Giants did what they did best on Sunday night.
On the heels of a two-game losing skid, many people believed the Giants simply didn’t have that mojo they had a year ago when they won the super bowl. In a wide open NFC East, some thought the Giants wouldn’t even make the playoffs this...
New York Giants safety Kenny Phillips told ESPN Radio in New York that he tweaked his knee this past Sunday and he’ll be good to go on Monday night against the Redskins.
Kenny Phillips says on ESPN NY 98.7 that he tweaked his knee but “I’m good. I’m good.” Added that he expects to play Sunday.
— Ohm Youngmisuk (@NotoriousOHM) November 27, 2012
We’ll see if Phillips...
Chasing both a Pro Bowl dream and a new contract at season's end, Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz is orchestrating another fine season.
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In fact, Cruz recently corralled a football dropped from...
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bess got a few looks from rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill Sunday, and Bess delivered. Bess had his best game of the season in the Dolphins' 24-21 victory over the Seattle Seahawks, catching seven passes for 129 yards. More importantly, he caught two passes for first downs on the Dolphins' game-winning drive. The undrafted free agent ...
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The CBS Sports Radio network will be launching January 2nd, and the talent lineup the network has put together for its four core three-hour shows is veteran-laden and impressive.
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Reggie Bush's vantage point was from behind. Carrying the ball on a sweep, he happily followed 303-pound pulling center Mike Pouncey, who led the way like a runaway bulldozer. ''I knew it was going to be a big play,'' Bush said. It ended in the end zone. The 21-yard touchdown run showed that when the Miami Dolphins get their ground game going, they can be hard to stop.
Let the trash talking begin between the New York Giants and Washington Redskins who will play against each other on Monday night football.
This is a big game for both teams as the Giants will look to extend their lead as the first place team in the NFC East division and the Redskins will try to extend their push to the playoffs.
Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz told the media...
The New York Giants (7-4) beat the Green Bay Packers (7-4) 38-10, this past Sunday night at MetLife Stadium from East Rutherford, NJ.
Big Blue came out strong this past Sunday night after their much needed bye week. This was the type of game the Giants needed in a good way.
They finally played like the defending super bowl champs and they need to play like this if they are going...
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I said that? Pouncey said before laughing. You sure? That a rookie reminded...