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Bengals sign Keaton Sutherland from practice squad, waive Shaq Calhoun

The Bengals announced they signed offensive guard Keaton Sutherland from the practice squad to the active roster Monday. The team waived offensive guard Shaq Calhoun in a corresponding move. Sutherland has the same position coach he had at A&M, having followed Jim Turner from College Station as an undrafted free agent in 2019. He began [more]

Jamal Adams has “first degree” groin strain

Seahawks safety Jamal Adams was limited to 53 snaps during Sunday’s win over the Cowboys and it remains to be seen how long it will take before he’s ready to resume his usual workload. Head coach Pete Carroll said on 710 ESPN Monday, via Lindsey Wisniewski of NBC Sports Northwest, that Adams has a “first [more]

Myles Gaskin outplaying Jordan Howard, Matt Breida in Miami

The Dolphins thought they needed to improve at running back this offseason, so they signed Jordan Howard to a two-year, $9.75 million contract and traded a fifth-round draft pick for Matt Breida. Little did the Dolphins know that their best running back was already on the roster. That running back was Myles Gaskin, a 2019 [more]

Tua Tagovailoa will save his $30 million rookie contract, live on endorsements

Some professional athletes make tens of millions of dollars and still go broke. Dolphins rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa will not be one of those athletes. Tagovailoa got $30.3 million guaranteed, including a $19.6 million signing bonus, on his four-year rookie contract. He isn’t spending a dime of it. Instead, Tagovailoa said in an interview with [more]

Ryan Fitzpatrick rides another wave of success, for now

Thursday night’s performance from Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was unsurprising given that it was so surprising. That’s been the pattern in recent years for Fitzpatrick. Periodically, he transmogrifies into Fitzmagic. It usually happens when least expected. Then, once everyone climbs aboard the did-you-know-he-went-to-Harvard? train, the switch toggles back to Fitztragic. The season began that way, [more]

Cam Robinson ejection raises questions about conduct in a pile

The rules generally prohibit players from making physical contact with officials. In some specific situations, however, officials interject themselves into a scrum of flailing bodies. In those circumstances, what should players do? That’s the obvious question arising from Thursday night’s ejection of Jaguars tackle Cam Robinson. In the third quarter of the 31-13 Miami win, [more]

Dolphins’ pass rush makes a huge difference against Jaguars

Last year, Gardner Minshew was viewed by some as a poor man’s Baker Mayfield. This year, Baker Mayfield has been viewed by some as a poor man’s Gardner Minshew. Last night, none of it mattered. The Dolphins’ pass rush kept Minshew from ever getting truly settled, forcing him to move and to hurry throws and [more]

Ryan Fitzpatrick beats Jaguars for sixth different team

At this point, it almost seems inevitable that Ryan Fitzpatrick will play for another team. And when he does, it’s equally inevitable that he’ll beat the Jaguars. Via Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com, Fitzpatrick became the first player since at least 1950 to beat one team as a member of six different clubs. With last night’s [more]

Gardner Minshew: We made too many mistakes

Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew played well enough in the first two games of the season to make a case that he’s the franchise’s long-term quarterback, and not just a placeholder for whoever they draft in 2021. On Thursday night, he struggled. Minshew threw an interception, lost a fumble, took four sacks and generally did not [more]

Ryan Fitzpatrick tosses two touchdowns, runs for a third as Dolphins earn 31-13 win over Jaguars

Ryan Fitzpatrick tossed a pair of touchdowns and ran for a third as the Miami Dolphins earned a 31-13 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night. Fitzpatrick had just two incompletions on the night as he was 18 of 20 for 160 yards and two passing touchdowns to lead the way for Miami. He [more]

Cam Robinson ejected for contact with an official

Things are not going well for the Jaguars. Not only are they behind 28-7, but they have lost their left tackle. Officials ejected Cam Robinson with 4:04 remaining in the third quarter. FOX rules analyst Mike Pereira questioned the ejection. Robinson was in the bottom of a pile after Kyle Van Noy forced a Gardner [more]

Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dolphins lead Jaguars 21-7 at halftime

Ryan Fitzpatrick hit his first 12 passes before his first incompletion with 47 seconds remaining in the first half. It gave him a streak of 21 consecutive completions over two games, the second most completions in a row in franchise history. He finished the first half 12-of-14 for 127 yards and two touchdowns. The Dolphins [more]

Dolphins dominate first quarter, hold 14-0 lead

All Jordan Howard does is score touchdowns. He bowled in from the 1-yard line, giving him 14 carries for 12 yards and three touchdowns this season. It gave the Dolphins a 14-0 lead over the Jaguars tonight. The Dolphins have 12 first downs and 144 yards after two drives to 30 yards and one first [more]

Leon Jacobs carted off with knee injury as Dolphins take 7-0 lead

Jaguars starting linebacker Leon Jacobs was injured on the seventh play. He was carted off with a right knee injury. The Jaguars have ruled him out. Jacobs’ leg stuck in the ground as Dolphins tight end Adam Shaheen gave him a glancing blow as tight end Durham Smythe engaged with him. Myles Gaskin gained 7 [more]

Keelan Cole is expected to start for DJ Chark, who is inactive

The Jaguars downgraded receiver DJ Chark earlier Thursday, ruling him out of tonight’s game. He is inactive with chest and back injuries. Keelan Cole is expected to start in Chark’s place. The Jaguars’ other inactives are quarterback Jake Luton, cornerback Josiah Scott, cornerback Luq Barcoo, defensive lineman Doug Costin and center Brandon Linder (knee). Kicker [more]

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