Found December 25, 2011 on
The Daily Dolphin:
Merry Christmas, Dolphins fans! Unfortunately, we’ve got a lump of coal to put in your stocking today. Yesterday on Twitter we mentioned that Jake Long left the game late in the first quarter with what appeared to be an injury to his right biceps. Sure enough, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported late Saturday night (scroll to [...]
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Dolphins left tackle Jake Long suffered a torn right biceps during Saturday's game, ESPN first reported Sunday morning. For Long, that likely will end a season that took a toll on him physically.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass., — After missing last week’s game, left tackle Jake Long returns to the starting lineup for Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots.
Long had been inactive since sustaining a back injury in the first quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles two weeks ago. It was the first time Long missed a game in his career.
In other news, tight end Anthony Fasano...
An injury-plagued, surprisingly ineffective season from Dolphins tackle Jake Long has ended in painful fashion. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that Long tore his right biceps during Saturday’s loss to the Patriots. The No. 1 pick of the 2008 draft, Long will enter the final year of his contract in 2012. It sounds like Long’s 2012…
FOXBORO -- Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long suffered a right bicep injury and didn't return to the game.
Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl left tackle Jake Long has had a difficult time staying on the field in recent weeks.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall and tackle Jake Long will both start Saturday against the New England Patriots, according to club sources.
The stuff that Todd Bowles is concerned about this week seems on the surface important because a victory against the hated New York Jets is the first thing on his mind. So hes worried about Jake Longs health and making sure his replacement is ready. Hes thinking about how to get the Dolphins to play hard because they didnt do that in the season finale last year. Hes concerned...
The stuff that Todd Bowles is concerned about this week seems on the surface important because a victory against the hated New York Jets is the first thing on his mind. So he’s worried about Jake Long’s health and making sure his replacement is ready. He’s thinking about how to get the Dolphins to play hard because they didn’t do that in the season finale last year. He’s...
After the quickest trip of the whole season (wake up, guys!), we’ve arrived at Gillette Stadium. In a few hours, the Patriots will play the Dolphins at 1 p.m. A Patriots win locks up a first-round playoff bye, which could loom large.
There are a few players on the field working out, but no Patriots yet. Miami offensive lineman Jake Long, for instance, was out early, and expect...