Dolphins work out defensive tackle with first-round buzz, plus Lamar Miller talks Tony Romo
McDowell is projected to either go late in the first round or early in the second, which makes him an intriguing prospect for the Dolphins at 22. If they view him as a second-round prospect, McDowell might not still be on the board when they pick again ...
Examining the Miami Dolphins owner's 'No' vote on Las Vegas Raiders
In a statement to the press, Ross appeared to say he didn't like how many NFL teams have been relocating recently (the Rams and Chargers are both moving to L.A.): “We as owners and as a league owe it to the fans to do everything we can to stay in the ...
Miami Dolphins intend keeping core offensive playmakers together through 2020 season
Miami Herald (blog)
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft fired an eye-popping opening volley at the NFL annual meetings when he said his 39-year-old quarterback Tom Brady is willing to play “six or seven more years and at the level he's performed.” That has to be a ...
Gase Likes Dolphins Quarterback Situation
The Dolphins' quarterback situation is the same as it has been since 2012, with Ryan Tannehill as the starter and Matt Moore as the backup. Dolphins Head Coach Adam Gase had some praise for veteran quarterback Jay Cutler when he spoke at the AFC ...
Vikings' Mike Zimmer says money a factor in letting Adrian Peterson go
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson waves to fans as he heads to the field on the first day of practice at the Minnesota Vikings training camp at Minnesota State University in Mankato, Minn. on Friday, July 29, 2016. (Pioneer Press: John Autey.
Vikings coach on what tackle Matt Kalil will do – and what he won't – for Carolina
Charlotte Observer (blog)
Kalil is one of three former Vikings acquired by the Panthers this offseason. They also signed wideout Charles Johnson, a restricted free agent whom Minnesota did not tender, and nickel back Captain Munnerlyn, who played for the Panthers from 2009-2013.
Vikings DB Harrison Smith has surgery to clean up ankle
Minnesota Vikings safety Harrison Smith had offseason surgery to clean up the high left ankle sprain that caused the Pro Bowler to miss two games at the end of 2016, two league sources told ESPN. Smith had said Jan. 2 that he would not need surgery ...
Zimmer: Minnesota Vikings trainer may have saved Teddy Bridgewater's career, leg
On Wednesday at the NFC coaches breakfast at the NFL owners meetings, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer hailed Sugarman's quick and professional work on the Winter Park practice field last August. “He possibly saved Teddy's career and his leg,” Zimmer told ...
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