The Tampa Bay quarterback is expected to be suspended by the NFL to start the 2018 season after allegations he groped an Uber driver in 2016.
by: Antwan Staley — USA Today: Dolphins Wire 3h
There were a lot of negatives during the Dolphins 6-10 campaign last season. But apparently, their pass blocking wasn’t one of them. According to Pro Football Focus, the Dolphins offensive li…
by: Chris Perkins — Sun-Sentinel 4h
The Miami Dolphins, who are trying to bounce back from a disappointing 6-10 season, will have their first training camp practice July 26 at their facility in Davie.
by: John Breech — CBS Sports 9h
The Chiefs don't just have the toughest schedule in their division, they have the toughest schedule in the entire AFC
by: Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 10h
Devon Kennard had 9.5 sacks in four seasons with the New York Giants but is expected to play a significant role this fall with the Detroit Lions.
by: Albert Breer June 21, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 10h
The supplemental draft (multiple players have a chance to be picked this year), officials go to work on the new helmet rule, the deadline for signing franchise-tagged players to new deals, and a nervous holiday weekend for coaches and front offices...
by: Lorenzo Reyes, USA TODAY — USA Today 23h
With two years left on his deal, Dak Prescott isn't thinking about the figures for his next contract.
by: Brian Miller — Fansided: Phin Phanatic 20 Jun
When the name Ryan Tannehill is mentioned on social media, you can bet that frenzy of discussion will ensue. He has become the most polarizing member of th...
by: Bret LaGasse — USA Today: Dolphins Wire 20 Jun
On Monday, OddsShark posted their odds of the first NFL coach to get fired this upcoming season, and Adam Gase only trailed Hue Jackson as the second choice. The media has been hard on the Dolphins…
by: Mike Jones, USA TODAY — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 20 Jun
The NFL has an "offseason" in name only. Here's what you need to know about the last few months of moves and how they will affect the season.
by: James Reineking, USA TODAY — USA Today 20 Jun
Adam Vinatieri is 45 years old, entering his 23rd NFL season, one of the most decorated kickers in league history, and not entertaining any thoughts of retiring.