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When you are trying to build a young team, you need veteran guys who can play like Reggie Bush to help the younger players out.
Bush has been very productive when given the opportunity by the Dolphins, but in a classic Dolphins move they are thinking about letting him test the free agent waters.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports has reported that it’s “highly unlikely” that Bush will be back for Joe Philbin’s club in 2013.
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Reggie Bush has said he wants to stick it out with the Dolphins until Miami can contend for a Super Bowl again. But the Fish may not be sharing the sentiment.
While Bush has expressed interest in playing for the Dolphins past this year, Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com reports that it’s “highly unlikely he stays with Miami.”
The likely reason is that Bush has made himself...
According to Armando Sagluero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins like running back Lamar Miller better than Reggie Bush because they believe he can be better. And of course it helps that Miller is six years younger than Bush.
Bush is turning 28 years-old in March, which means he probably only has another few good years in him. NFL running backs fall off a cliff very quickly when...
Reggie Bush started the 2012 season making the statement that he wanted to lead the NFL in rushing for the regular season. He finished the year falling short of the 1,000-yard mark and now with impending free agency, he’s likely going to be with a team other than the Miami Dolphins next season. CBSSports Jason LaCanfora reports that according to his sources, the Dolphins are going...
The offseason is about to begin officially in the NFL right after the Super Bowl, but for the Dolphins Tony McDaniel, his offseason includes adding an honor to his mantle piece.
Tony McDaniel was honored with the Ed Block Courage Award, for exemplifying principles of "sportsmanship and courage." In fact, all 32 clubs in the NFL have an award winner and each...
Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long is reportedly seeking at least $10 million a year to re-sign, and the team is growing 'pessimistic' at their chances of keeping him in Miami, reports Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.
Long also reportedly scoffed at their first offer, so it would be fare to say that Jake's days in sunny Miami are over.
The Dolphins will have ...
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After five subpar seasons in New Orleans, Reggie Bush finally built a steady foundation for himself with the Miami Dolphins. But after featuring Bush in their backfield for the past two season, the Dolphins may be better off moving on without him.
The Dolphins exceeded expectations under rookie head coach Joe Philbin in 2012, finishing with an impressive 7-9 record after a major...
Last night 3 of the classiest members of the Dolphins fanbase did an interesting and informative podcast on a variety of different Phins related topics.
Well @PhinsRock , @PhinNation ( manager of http://www.phinnation.com/ ) and myself might not actually be the classiest group of fans however be sure to give our Dolphins discussion a listen.
We spoke about a variety of...
The Miami Dolphins are heading into the 2013 season with nearly $50 million dollars of cap space and impending free agent OT Jake Long wants some of that money. According to the Miami Herald, Long is looking at a contract that would pay him around $10 million per season. The former number one pick was once considered the premiere left tackle in the NFL but his career has been plagued...
The Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jake Long is seeking “at
least $10 million a year,” leaving the team pessimistic about its chances of
re-signing the former Pro Bowler, according to Barry Jackson of The Miami
Long, believed to be seeking at least $10 million a year,
scoffed at Miami’s first offer during the season, according to a teammate.
The Dolphins approached...
Hello there Dolphins fans, this is Mike Singer - the newest member of the PhinsPhocus team! I hope to talk with you all via twitter (@Mike_BTN) or through the comments section! Go Phins!
Dolphins fans are completely on edge this offseason. Most of them believe that Jeff Ireland's time is well overdue, and some are more optimistic about the front office. One thing Phins...
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland recently said that the situation surrounding impending free agent and used-to-be-elite left tackle Jake Long was "complicated."If by "complicated" he means "Jake Long wants too much money and won't be in South Beach next season," then yes, it's complicated. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald...