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Dolphins work out Paxton Lynch

The Dolphins worked out free agent quarterback Paxton Lynch this week. Lynch’s tryout was “merely due diligence,” according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. Lynch, 24, has remained a free agent since the Broncos waived him out of the preseason. He has worked out for Tennessee, Seattle, Jacksonville, Buffalo, Detroit, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay and [more]

Dolphins sign Brice Butler

The Dolphins announced they have signed receiver Brice Butler. Butler, a six-year veteran, has worked out for several teams since the Cowboys cut him Oct. 22 to make room for Amari Cooper. Dallas signed Butler on Sept. 18, but he played only three snaps in two games. Butler spent the previous three seasons with the [more]

Jim Harbaugh: Frank Gore is my favorite player of all time I’ve ever coached

Jim Harbaugh has coached a lot of football through the years, but one player he coached stands above the rest: Frank Gore. Harbaugh, the current Michigan coach who was Gore’s coach on the 49ers from 2011 to 2014, was talking about Michigan’s running game at his press conference in Ann Arbor this week when he [more]

Former NFL running back/returner Charlie Rogers arrested for brandishing sword at youth basketball event

Former NFL player Charlie Rogers was arrested in Aberdeen, N.J. on Monday for wielding a sword and making terroristic threats at a youth basketball event, according to Stephen Edelson of the Albany Park Press. Rogers brandished the sword at a parents event for a travel basketball team on Oct. 5. He turned himself in Monday [more]

Who will make a play for Le’Veon Bell?

With Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell not playing this year and, in turn, in play to be signed by the highest bidder in March, the question becomes who will the highest bidder be? Key football factors include needing a high-end tailback and having a willingness to let him be a workhorse. Significant cash and cap [more]

Dolphins waive Cameron Malveaux

The Dolphins announced Tuesday they waived defensive end Cameron Malveaux. Malveaux played four games and made six tackles for the Dolphins this season. He originally entered the NFL as an undrafted college free agent with Miami on May 5, 2017. Since then, he’s appeared in eight career games and made 11 stops and one sack. [more]

Jaguars sign Martrell Spaight, Patrick Omameh

The Jaguars signed linebacker Martrell Spaight and offensive lineman Patrick Omameh, the team announced Tuesday. They released cornerback Dee Delaney and placed center Brandon Linder on injured reserve in corresponding moves. Spaight, 25, played four games with the Dolphins this season. He made one tackle. Washington made him a fifth-round draft pick in 2015, and [more]

Ryan Tannehill makes some throws, and without pain

The Dolphins have concerns about being able to dress enough healthy players, making it a good thing they have a bye this week. But they’ve also gotten some good reports on the status of quarterback Ryan Tannehill, whether he’s able to play on the other side of the bye or not. Via Barry Jackson of [more]

Report: Jakeem Grant did not tear Achilles

There wasn’t much good news for the Dolphins yesterday, but at least they avoided the worst case scenario with one of their wide receivers. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Dolphins wideout Jakeem Grant did not tear his Achilles during yesterday’s loss to the Packers, as was originally feared. Grant had been dealing [more]

Remembering Dan Marino’s incredible streak of 759 passes without a sack

When we noted on Sunday that Colts quarterback Andrew Luck had completed his fourth consecutive game without a sack, we heard from some folks wondering if Luck was at or near an NFL record for games without a sack. And the answer is, No. Not even close. Dan Marino owns the NFL record for consecutive [more]

Adam Gase: I’m not sure we would have 46 healthy players this week

The Dolphins don’t have a game in Week 11 and one need only look at their injury list to understand why that’s a good thing for the team. They came into Sunday’s game against the Packers without quarterback Ryan Tannehill, defensive end Charles Harris and three of their starting offensive linemen. Wide receivers Jakeem Grant [more]

AFC playoff picture: Patriots take a step back

We’re so accustomed to the Patriots having a bye week in the AFC playoffs that it’s a little shocking to look at the standings right now and realize that this year, it might not happen. Although New England is still the overwhelming favorite to win the AFC East, the results of this week’s games show [more]

Dolphins running back Frank Gore sets a longevity/yardage record

Not much has gone right for the Dolphins this year, from injuries to inconsistent play by the guys who remain But one thing they’re learning they can count on is running back Frank Gore, who hit another milestone in yesterday’s loss to the Packers. Via Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, Gore set an NFL [more]

Aaron Jones leads Packers over injury plagued Dolphins

The Packers have been looking for a reliable option at running back for some time. They may have found him. Led by a career day from second-year back Aaron Jones, the Packers cruised to an eventful 31-12 win over the Dolphins to improve to 4-4-1. Jones finished with 15 carries for 145 yards and two [more]

Bobby McCain out after vicious block

The good news is, Dolphins cornerback Bobby McCain was able to walk off the field. But it could have been so much worse. McCain has been ruled out the rest of today’s game with a head injury, after he was floored by a blindside block by Packers wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown. Brown was flagged [more]

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