Miami Dolphins: Why signing Knowshon Moreno is a big move

The Miami Dolphins had a very disappointing collapse down the stretch of the season last year, and one of their main holes was at the running back position. Lamar Miller was unable to have the breakout year that many expected, and Daniel Thomas was once again inconsistent. Knowshon Moreno was signed this past week in hopes that he can add some stability to the ground game. So why...
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Miami Dolphins sign CB Cortland Finnegan

I rarely give F’s for signings, but this one is an F. Actually, it’s more like a WTF. Cortland Finnegan was a train wreck last season with the Rams. He only played 367 snaps in 7 games for a variety of reasons, including injuries and poor performance, but he still graded out as Pro Football Focus’ 2nd worst ranked cornerback. He allowed 26 of 34 completion for 353 yards, 4...
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26 days ago  |  Discuss

Finnegan's first go-around as agent goes pretty well

BY SEAN DONOVANNew Miami Dolphins cornerback Cortland Finnegan hopes to resurrect a once-promising NFL career this season after two forgettable years as a St. Louis Ram. But if it doesn't end working out in Miami or anywhere else, Finnegan might have found his next career.Finnegan elected to negotiate on his own behalf during free agency, going sans agent as he searched for his...
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March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

CB Cortland Finnegan signs two-year deal with Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins signed free-agent cornerback Cortland Finnegan, the team announced Friday. Finnegan, 30, represented himself in negotiations and signed a two-year contract. He comes to the Dolphins after two seasons with the St. Louis Rams, who cut him following a season in which he played just seven games after fracturing his orbital bone during a Sept. 26 game vs. the San Francisco...
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March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Fisher had to admit his mistake on Finnegan

Financially speaking, cornerback Cortland Finnegan was a free-agent bust. The Rams gave Finnegan a five-year deal for $50 million, and though he didn't get all of that loot, the contract did include $27 million in guarantees. (Finnegan collected much of that $27 million, but frankly I'm uncertain of how much he received, exactly, because I couldn't find the contract...
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March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Today Cortland Finnegan announced himself that he would be getting cut by the Rams

Today the former Tennessee Titan and current St. Louis Rams CB Cortland Finnegan was informed that he will be let go by the team. He is due a $3 million roster bonus next week and will be released before that comes due. He announced it himself with a farewell tweet. St.Louis thank you for your […]The post Today Cortland Finnegan announced himself that he would be getting cut by...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

BREAKING: Cortland Finnegan appears to have been released by the St. Louis Rams

The St. Louis Rams have apparently released Cortland Finnegan. This news is according to the most reliable news sources out their these days – the source himself. St.Louis thank you for your letting me play for a classy franchise and coach fish nothing but love thank you all. #Motivation @AdamSchefter — Cortland Finnegan (@CortFinnegan) March 5, 2014 I know I’ve been tough...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Alterraun Verner could be a perfect replacement for Cortland Finnegan

Everyone lately has been expecting the Rams to make Cortland Finnegan restructure his contract if he wants to stay a Ram.  Well one player that could be a perfect replacement is Alterraun Verner.  Verner was drafted by Jeff Fisher when he was in Tennessee.  So today when Jim Thomas of the Post Dispatch was asked […]The post Alterraun Verner could be a perfect replacement for...
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February 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Cortland Finnegan has nice custom Rams cleats, Jordans

St. Louis pride on the AJ IIIs and XIIs
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November 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Rams will benefit from Finnegan's edge

ST. LOUIS Cortland Finnegan entered the NFL with an attitude, a competitive streak that will help the St. Louis Rams rebuild. His reputation was formed before the trash talk on Sundays. It was formed before his aggression, the "dirty player" label among some and the fists thrown at Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson in 2010. It was formed with a nickname given...
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May 19, 2012  |  Discuss

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