The Philadelphia Eagles have just cut linebacker Mychal Kendricks. The Miami Dolphins still have some questions at the position, but should they go after h...
by: South Florida Sun-Sentinel — Sun-Sentinel 10h
Former Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills guard Richie Incognito has been taken into custody for psychiatric examination after an incident at a Florida gym.
by: Andrew Ortenberg — USA Today: Rams Wire 10h
Add Colin Cowherd to the list of pundits with high praise for the Los Angeles Rams this offseason. When the popular radio and TV host was breaking down his list of the most talented NFL rosters, th…
by: Kristen Lago — NFL: St. Louis Rams 13h
All the latest headlines surrounding the Los Angeles Rams for Wednesday, May 23.
by: Dan Parzych — Fansided: Ramblin' Fan 16h
If the Los Angeles Rams want to add another linebacker that is all of a sudden available, Mychal Kendricks should be on their radar. Training camp may stil...
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald: Sports Buzz 22 May
The Miami Dolphins’ first official OTA practice of the offseason included full participation from three key players whose 2017 seasons were wiped out by injury: quarterback Ryan Tannehill, linebacker Raekwon McMillan and cornerback Tony Lippett.
by: Hal Habib — Palm Beach Post: The Daily Dolphin 22 May
The list looks imposing only if you let it. The Dolphins are one of only two teams, along with the Los Angeles Rams, who haven’t signed a single draft pick. And with about three-fourths of all picks signed throughout the league, it’s natural to wonder why
by: associated press — The Journal Times 22 May
PFW editors Bob LeGere, Eric Edholm, Greg Gabriel, Arthur Arkush and Hub Arkush answer 5 key AFC East questions.PFW editors Bob LeGere, Eric Edholm, Greg Gabriel, Arthur Arkush and Hub
by: PRO FOOTBALL WEEKLY STAFF — Wisconsin State Journal 22 May
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by: Kristen Lago — NFL: St. Louis Rams 22 May
All the latest headlines surrounding the Los Angeles Rams for Tuesday, May 22.
by: Chris Perkins — Sun-Sentinel 22 May
The Miami Dolphins and Hard Rock Stadium are expected to be among a newly formed four-team Super Bowl host rotation, according to a report.