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This offseason for the Patriots has been all about adding depth after suffering without it during the 2011 season. One of the more interesting free agent safeties out there is former Miami Dolphin Yeremiah Bell. Bell, who has eight years experience, is a player the Patriots could consider signing after the NFL Draft in [...]
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I promise Dolphins fans, we only have 2 weeks left to speculate on which quarterback (if any) the Dolphins will come away from the 2012 Draft with. We’ve endorsed Brandon Weeden and many Mock Drafts have the Dolphins selecting Ryan Tannehill. Like I said before, I wouldn’t be opposed to Tannehill at #8, IF Sherman and [...]
It’s a foregone conclusion that the first two picks in the 2012 NFL Draft will be quarterbacks Andrew Luck and Heisman trophy winner Robert Griffin III. With such an emphasis being placed on the passing game, when it comes to franchise quarterbacks the NFL has become a league of haves and have not’s. Either you have a franchise
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese said there weren't bounties on quarterbacks in his day.
That's because back in the 1970s, knockout attempts were so routine they didn't merit special payment.
The NFL recently punished the New Orleans Saints heavily for running a bounty program that paid players to injure opponents. Before being honored with a Thomas A. Brady...
Linebacker Gary Guyton signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins, according to the Miami Herald, and is expected to compete with Koa Misi for a starting job.
Guyton, 26, started six games for the Patriots in 2011 and 24 of 32 over the previous two seasons, but he was a healthy inactive for the team's Super Bowl XLVI loss to the Giants.
Guyton played the past four years...
A Dolphin first, second, and third for two firsts and a second?
In a desperate search for additional Miami Dolphin Draft scenarios, I just today realized that the Cincinnati Bengals have 2 first...
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The Dolphins have certainly had an interesting offseason. They traded away their most dynamic offensive player in Brandon Marshall, and whiffed on just about every big name coach/free agent they went after, including Peyton Manning.
The Dolphins have serious issues on the offensive side of the ball, particularly at tackle, quarterback, and wide receiver. Now that they are converting...