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A person familiar with Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey's status told The Associated Press that medical tests show no damage to the rookie's neck, and he might be able to return to practice this week.
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After a fright-filled Week 9, here are three unheralded medal-earners (started in less than 30-percent of Y! leagues) projected to finish in fourth place who ended up setting the fantasy pace:
Reggie Bush, Mia, RB
Y! Percent started: 29-percent
For much of his underwhelming career, Reggie Bush has resembled one of the penguins from "Happy Feet." Instead of lowering his...
I think I have figured out the reason for the downward spiral of the 2011 Miami Dolphins. Ever since Coach Sparano started losing weight, we have started losing more games.
Soultion? Finatics, Feed Sparano! Remember Feed the Wolf? Now it's Feed Sparano. The more he eats and gains the weight back, the more games we will win.
Rumors are flying around Dolphins camp that...
DAVIE, Fla. So how many minutes does it take for the Miami Dolphins to fold?
That sounds like the makings of a joke. But to the Dolphins, it's no laughing matter.
After their latest spleen-rupturing defeat, 20-17 Sunday at the New York Giants, defensive tackle Cameron Wake uttered, "If this was a 50-minute league, we'd probably be a winning team."
The Giants’ comeback victory over the Miami Dolphins yesterday was no masterpiece but the numbers were indicative of the outcome. The Giants did the things they needed to do to win – plain and simple.
They won the time of possession battle, holding the ball for 32 minutes, even though they had the same amount of possessions as Miami (10 – which is incredibly low in this...
The Giants couldn't have scheduled better coming out of their bye week with a game against winless Miami. But the Dolphins jumped out to a 14-3 lead as quarterback Matt Moore eluded the pass rush to run for 31 first-half yards, including a 1-yard touchdown.