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When looking at the Miami Dolphins options for the 2012 draft, as a fan, it’s difficult to be excited.
One never knows if it’s a good thing that South Florida writers are pining for some hint of an existence of a quarterback as the pick, if that actually translates as a sign that the super-secret lockdown mode is all part of the plan.
That the attraction with Peyton Manning was not mutual, but rather more of a wish or a desire.
That the counter move to Manning of Matt Flynn was more of a power play, when there was no option to fall back on.
That the Miami Dolphins fell for Alex Smith, when he used them to get more money and respect from the 49ers and their happy go lucky coach.
The Miami Dolphins truly have nothing to swindle any teams with to move up in the draft and take the very best player available. Gone is Brandon Marshall, who technically was gone after the last game if you believe that Jeff Ireland was talking to the Bears at the combine and the Senior Bowl. Marshall ...
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When we hear about an athlete like Marques Colston who comes from a Division 1-AA school to make an impact at the NFL level, most of us are in awe. In order to gain recognition paying at a school like Hofstra, you really have to put on a show. How about an NFL player who never even played football at the college level? Now that’s impressive. Earlier this week, the Dolphins signed...
The Miami Dolphins now know the gauntlet that lies before them. Prior to yesterday, they knew what teams stood in their way of the playoffs. Now they know the dates, times, and order that those games will be played in. Seems somewhat boring, huh? Well, the NFL Network and ESPN both televised ‘Schedule Release’ shows and Twitter [...]
Yesterday, we mentioned the Miami Dolphins possibly having their sites set on a surprise QB (well, one not named Ryan Tannehill). We’ve spent a lot of time this offseason telling you about Brandon Weeden and how he could be a special player for the Dolphins. The other possible surprise QB we mentioned yesterday is Kirk [...]
“Need is a terrible negotiator and an even worse evaluator. However,
the panic to draft someone who might turn out to be great is immense. Which is
why, in addition to worrying about whether...
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The Miami Dolphins are expected to fill the wide receiver hole(s) created by trading Brandon Marshall, via the draft….or so we thought. This morning, David Canter (NFL Agent), tweeted that his client Legedu Naanee has signed a 1 year contract with the Dolphins. Naanee has been in the NFL for for 5 years and has [...]
The Dolphins have been busy recently with the signings of Gary Guyton, Legedu Naanee and Les Brown. The signings add some needed depth to the team, but there is some big time potential in there too.
Gary Guyon, LOLB: Guyton, a former Patriot, will bring some nice needed depth to the linebacking corps. This is in no way a high profile signing (only 4.5 sacks in 32 starts, 60 games...
The Miami Dolphins have pretty much struck out with every single major free agent they have attempted to sign. But they are at the top of the list when it comes to teams targeting accountants to play TE. The Dolphins signed Les Brown, a former Division II basketball player for Westminster College out in Utah. [...]
The Miami Dolphins signed a 6′ 4″, 238 lb Tight End on Wednesday, whose story is a bit different than any other NFL hopeful.
Les Brown, a former accountant and basketball Small Forward agreed to terms with the Dolphins after a rather impressive pro day at BYU. Brown impressed NFL scouts with his 4.4 forty-yard-dash, 39 inch vertical and 10-3 broad jump, all on a grade 3 ankle...
Wide receiver Legedu Naanee has agreed to a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Naanee reeled in a career best 44 receptions with Carolina last season, and will have a good chance to push for a role as a possession receiver behind Davone Bess and Brian Hartline. He wont be much of an upgrade for the Dolphins though after dealing...
DAVIE, Fla. General manager Jeff Ireland acknowledges his Miami Dolphins have some glaring needs to be addressed in next weeks draft.
I think theyre pretty glaring to me, Ireland said Thursday, so I havent really changed too much what I want in this years draft.
But can the draft solve Miamis problems? And can Ireland be trusted to oversee Miamis problem-solving process? Thats...
As most of you rabid football fans already know, the NFL 2012 Regular Season Schedule was released yesterday. The NFL.com site has a pretty good preliminary analysis of how Miami will do this season. Of course, I think we all need to see how the draft shapes up and what they lookl like AFTER they put on their pads. One thing is for sure, I think this team will be...
Before they signed wide receiver Legedu Naanee, the Dolphins also added linebacker Gary Guyton, signing him away from New England Patriots. To get the lowdown on Guyton, we checked in with PatriotsInsider.com publisher Jon Scott.
Miami Dolpin fans are currently among the most dissatisfied fans in the National Football League, following an offseason of disappointment in which the team was hoping to sign star quarterback Peyton Manning, yet failed miserably. The team also was unable to attract free agent quarterback Matt Flynn, who was the backup quarterback in Green Bay.
As if striking out on the two...