Last week, offensive lineman Branden Albert seemed pretty sure that he didn’t want to play for the Jaguars. After being traded to Jacksonville from the Dolphins in March, Albert sought and didn’t get a new contract from the Jags, so after three days of training camp, he retired before ever playing a down.
The Dolphins held a press conference today to officially introduce new quarterback Jay Cutler, who ended his brief retirement to sign a one-year, $10 million deal to play in Miami. Cutler certainly plugs a hole at quarterback for the Dolphins, but there remain concerns about his commitment to the game, and I, a…
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry is being investigated for possible battery in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. It was first reported today by Andy Slater of WINZ, and Fort Lauderdale police confirmed to Deadspin that the case is open and has been sent to the Broward County State Attorney’s Office, where prosecutors…
A day after it was reported that Jay Cutler was leaning away from joining the Miami Dolphins, Cutler has now reportedly agreed to a one-year, $10 million contract to join the organization and replace injured starter Ryan Tannehill.
While it hasn’t quite achieved the will-he-won’t-he twists of 2017's great NeyWatch, the Jay Cutler-Miami situation has had an unusual number of twists for a flirtation involving a 34-year-old replacement quarterback.
After going down and re-injuring his knee during practice this afternoon, Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill might require season-ending surgery to repair it, according to reports from Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Buccaneers cornerback Brent Grimes is a talented player, but around these parts he’s more notable for his wife Miko’s ability to talk him up, and occasionally veer away from blunt honesty into bizarre territory. Now she claims that some of it was part of a plan.
NFL owners like to project solidarity, even if it doesn’t exist. It’s better for their product and their PR if they present a united front in matters of league import, rather than a group of factious, occasionally squabbling mega-wealthy looking out for themselves and trying to out-earn each other in a sport set up to…
Free-agent defensive end Jared Odrick stopped by Desus & Mero for an interview Wednesday, and told a story from his time with the Miami Dolphins about a 2011 fight involving offensive lineman Richie Incognito, who later left the team rather unceremoniously.
Miami Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron announced his retirement yesterday at the age of 28. After suffering four concussions in four years, he said that the possibility of long-term health risks was too much. As he told ESPN yesterday:
Enduring a Pittsburgh winter in the open stands as your beloved Dolphins get their doors blown off in the playoffs is unpleasant enough, but barfing on top of your uneaten stadium pizza is, well, the puke on top of the uneaten stadium pizza that was this fan’s day.
Bud Dupree’s crushing, and penalized, hit on Matt Moore knocked the Dolphins quarterback out of the game for a play as Miami attempted to come back from a 20-3 deficit in Pittsburgh.
The Dolphins and Bills brawled a bit late in today’s game in Buffalo, and it’s all Dan Carpenter’s fault—as the Bills kicker taunted the Miami returner after forcing him out of bounds, and havoc briefly reigned.
The Dolphins and Jets play tomorrow night in the first Saturday game of this season. If you didn’t already know that, I regret having to be the one to inform you. Last week, the Jets needed a furious comeback to beat the 49ers. Their season is over and their coach may be fired. The Dolphins are currently a playoff…
After leaving today’s Dolphins-Cardinals game with a knee injury, quarterback Ryan Tannehill could be out for the rest of the year and possibly into next season. A hit from defensive end Calais Campbell knocked Tannehill down and sent him out of the game in the third quarter:
What prompted this fight in the stands at Sunday’s 49ers-Dolphins game is unclear—the uploader’s description shares his account of the events—but there’s a lot going on.
The San Francisco 49ers secured their worst losing streak in franchise history with today’s 31-24 loss to the Dolphins, but they were about two yards away from possibly forcing overtime. Colin Kaepernick’s run came up short and Miami got away with the victory.
A symptom of rooting for a team piloted by a mediocre quarterback—say, for instance, the Miami Dolphins—is being periodically reminded of how hard it is to beat a team that has a quarterback who simply makes plays. A guy who can routinely stick throws on third down or scramble out of pressure is an unbeatable trump…
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers did a less-than-stellar job of keeping the ball away from the Miami Dolphins Sunday. A total of three interceptions through the first three-and-a-half-plus quarters... and then one more with hardly one minute left in the fourth quarter of a tied ballgame.