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Kenyan Drake leaves Dolphins practice with possible head injury

Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake has seen more work of late with Jay Ajayi in the concussion protocol, but a hit at Monday’s practice may have Drake joining Ajayi on the sideline. Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that Drake was “on the receiving end of a flush, helmet-to-helmet hit” from cornerback Torry McTyer [more]

Kenny Stills will stand for national anthem this year

We moved closer to a new season over the last few days as the first set of preseason games were contested around the league, but one of the storylines from last season remained part of the discussion. Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch and Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett both chose not to stand for the [more]

Adam Gase: We’re working to get Jay Cutler caught up as fast as possible

Dolphins coach Adam Gase says new quarterback Jay Cutler can catch up with the offense quickly. Gase said on PFT Live that Cutler, whom he previously coached for a season in Chicago, is quickly getting accustomed to running the first-string offense in practice. “Jay’s working with the first group, we’re trying to get him caught [more]

Jay Ajayi is cleared to practice, but still in the concussion protocol

Some confusion has emerged regarding the precise status of Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi, who suffered a concussion nearly two weeks ago. Ajayi has been cleared to return to practice. However, because he has not yet been cleared by an independent neurologist to play in games, Ajayi remains in the concussion protocol. The third-year tailback [more]

Adam Gase: Ryan Tannehill will “absolutely” be ready for 2018

Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is headed for surgery on his left knee after partially tearing his ACL last December and re-injuring it in a practice 10 days ago, which leaves Jay Cutler at quarterback in Miami and Tannehill looking toward 2018. On Saturday, Dolphins coach Adam Gase said that Tannehill will “absolutely” be healthy for [more]

Concussion continues to sideline Jay Ajayi

Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi remains sidelined by a concussion he suffered nearly two weeks ago. Ajayi suffered the concussion on July 31, and he remains in the concussion protocol. The Dolphins did have Ajayi in pads at practice this week, indicating that he’s making some progress, but until he’s fully cleared he won’t do [more]

Saints add Jason Jones

As the Saints continue to try to bolster a defense that has been lacking to say the least in recent years, they’ve added another player who hopefully will assist the cause. Veteran defensive end Jason Jones has signed with the Saints, according to his agent, Mike McCartney. The 31-year-old Jones most recently played for the [more]

Mike Hull is the Mike in Miami, for now

With rookie Raekwon McMillan lost for the year with a torn ACL, the Dolphins need a new starting middle linebacker. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald explains what the team will do next. For now, Mike Hull becomes the guy, and the team has no plan to move Kiko Alonso or Lawrence Timmons inside. However, [more]

Report: Ryan Tannehill to have knee surgery

It looks like Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has reached a decision about how to deal with his latest knee injury. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports that Tannehill will have reconstructive surgery on his left knee and spend the entire 2017 season on injured reserve. Tannehill hurt the knee a little over a week [more]

MRI confirms Raekwon McMillan tore his ACL

Reports on Thursday night were that Dolphins linebacker Raekwon McMillan tore his ACL while covering a punt in his first NFL preseason game and they were confirmed on Friday. McMillan had an MRI and multiple reports say that it showed the ligament tear that the Dolphins feared. McMillan will miss the entire 2017 season as [more]

Report: Jaguars release Branden Albert

The Jaguars have released offensive tackle Branden Albert, according to Mike Garofolo of NFL Network. Albert spent only a few days in retirement before deciding he wanted to play again. His intent to return forced the Jaguars to make a decision, and they decided to move on without him. Albert should have plenty of options [more]

Report: Raekwon McMillan waiting to see if MRI shows torn ACL

Dolphins rookie linebacker Raekwon McMillan‘s first taste of NFL game action was a brief one as he left the game with a knee injury before playing a defensive snap. His rookie season might be done as well. McMillan was injured while playing on the punt coverage team and reports on Thursday night indicated that he [more]

Raekwon McMillan on crutches after game, no update from Adam Gase on severity

Miami Dolphins second-round pick Raekwon McMillan‘s preseason debut lasted just one play Thursday night before he left the game with a knee injury. Dolphins head coach Adam Gase didn’t have an update on McMillan’s status after the game, pushing back against reports McMillan sustained a torn ACL in the game. “Nobody’s told me anything yet [more]

Raekwon McMillan injured early for Dolphins

Twenty-year-old Dolphins rookie linebacker Raekwon McMillan made his NFL debut on Thursday night. He exited quickly with a knee injury. Officially listed as questionable to return, chances are McMillan’s night is over. The second-round selection from Ohio State debuts on the initial, unofficial depth chart as a starter. After being down on the turf at [more]

Jay Cutler bought jersey No. 6 from Brandon Doughty

Dolphins quarterback Jay Cutler wanted to wear No. 6 in Miami, just as he did in Denver and Chicago, so he shelled out a little cash to make it happen. Backup quarterback Brandon Doughty confirmed that Cutler bought No. 6 from him. “We worked something out,” Doughty said, via the Sun-Sentinel. There’s no word on [more]

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