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Former Bills quarterback J.P. Losman is the No. 2 to starter Matt Moore with the Miami Dolphins. Losman was signed on Oct. 25 after Miami backup Sage Rosenfels was lost for the year to injury.
Losman tlalked about his role to the Dolphins' website on Thursday.
Losman on his time in Buffalo: “You just learn the business side of things. It was an exciting time when I came out. We had a great opportunity there in Buffalo and we just couldn’t get things going the way we wanted to from an organization standpoint for many different reasons. We had lots of change and it’s very hard to win when you have lots of change and there are a lot of things that play a factor. Now I’m just waiting for that next opportunity and you’ve got to work hard. It’s hard when you’re used to playing all the time, but that’s something you learn how to deal with.”
More Losman on Buffalo: "Of course there are memories and they’ve been able to string a couple of wins and it’s great for them and for the ...
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The Miami Dolphins returned to the practice field on Thursday and welcomed back Tight End, Anthony Fasano. Fasano was injured in Sunday’s win over the Redskins and sat out practice on Wednesday. Tony Sparano confirmed that Fasano returned to practice on Thursday, albeit on a limited basis. It is unknown if Fasano will be [...]
Veteran kicker Shayne Graham has signed with the Miami Dolphins, and he'll be active Sunday against Buffalo if ailing kicker Dan Carpenter is unavailable.
Carpenter was listed as questionable after straining his right groin in practice Thursday.
Graham, an 11-year veteran, kicked most recently last season for New England. He appeared in eight games and made all 12 of his field...
Dolphins kicker Dan Carpenter hasn’t been listed on the injury report all week, and participated in special teams drills during the early portion of Fridays practice. But according to a report by the NFL Network, the Dolphins are concerned that Carpenter will be not be able to kick this Sunday against the Bills. According to [...]
Early in 2009, before Cameron Wake burst on to the NFL scene with his Pro Bowl season and those 14 sacks and that relentless drive of his, the Dolphins convened a serious meeting of the minds to figure out exactly what this untested talent from the Canadian Football League was really worth.
The Dolphins will have a different kicker this week for the first time since 2007. Dan Carpenter, one of the first additions of the Bill Parcells era, will miss Sunday’s game against Buffalo. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports the team will sign Shayne Graham to replace him. Graham last kicked with the Patriots. Miami is…
The Miami Dolphins are talking about the playoffs. Seriously. After losing their first seven games, the Dolphins have now won two in a row, and some players in the Dolphins’ locker room think there’s still an opportunity for this team to be playing meaningful games in January. “We win ‘em all and we’re in playoff…
Miami TE Anthony Fasano was not able to practice Wednesday for the Dolphins. His absence would prove costly for Dolphins if he’s unable to play on Sunday.
“Obviously it concerns me when a guy doesn’t practice,” said Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano. ”We’ll see where Anthony is (Thursday). We got plenty of time before the game right now.”
Fasano has been a surprising...
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DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -- Veteran kicker Shayne Graham has signed with the Miami Dolphins, and he'll be active Sunday against Buffalo if ailing kicker Dan Carpenter is unavailable.
A strained groin will prevent Dan Carpenter from kicking Sunday for the Miami Dolphins against the Buffalo Bills. As a result, Miami signed veteran kicker Shayne Graham on Saturday to kick in the game.
The confidence is back with these Dolphins. It rings in their voices. It’s projected in their demeanors.