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Gisele Bundchen looks forward to knowing where she’ll be living this year

The next chapter of Tom Brady‘s 20-years-and-counting career is yet to be determined. Plenty of people would like to know what’s next. That group includes Mrs. Tom Brady. “I would love to know where I’m going to be living this year but I don’t know that yet,” Gisele Bundchen said in an Instagram Q&A, via [more]

Patriots remain the favorites to keep Tom Brady

As the calendar creeps toward March 18 and the launch of free agency, Tom Brady‘s current team remains the betting favorite to keep him for at least a 21st year. Via The Action Network, the Patriots are a -175 favorite (bet $175 to win $100) to re-sign the six-time Super Bowl champion. They are the [more]

Former Dolphins running back Mark Walton arrested again

Former Dolphins running back Mark Walton has been arrested again, after another incident with the mother of his child. According to NBCMiami.com, Walton was arrested Thursday morning for violating a protective order, after a verbal altercation with the woman. Opa-locka Police arrested Walton just after 3:30 a.m. He was booked into jail. The incident involved [more]

Dolphins G.M. feels good about their flexibility to make a move

With Joe Burrow seemingly settling the question of whether he’d play for the team that picks first overall yesterday, the question now becomes which team will exercise that pick. The one thing we know for sure is that if the Dolphins want to make a move for Burrow or another quarterback, they have the resources [more]

Brian Flores agrees with owner: Why would Tom Brady want to come to Miami?

Owner Stephen Ross recently dismissed the idea of Tom Brady playing for the Dolphins, saying, “We’re a team that is now rebuilding, and I don’t know why he’d really want to come to the Dolphins.” Dolphins coach Brian Flores, who previously coached in Miami, was less dismissive Tuesday. “Look, I think Fitz [Ryan Fitzpatrick] did [more]

Tua Tagovailoa expects to be fully cleared March 9

Tua Tagovailoa is counting down the days. The Alabama quarterback expects to be fully cleared to resume “doing everything” on March 9. “Up to this point, I’ve been rehabbing my butt off,” Tagovailoa said Tuesday at the Combine. “After March 9, when I get clearance from my doctors, then it’s full-go up until my pro [more]

PFT’s Free Agent Top 100

The following are PFT’s top 100 free agents for the start of the 2020 league year. The rankings include prospective unrestricted and restricted free agents, as well as released players. The list will be updated as events warrant, with signings, tags and re-signings denoted when announced and/or reported. 1. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott 2. Saints [more]

Reports: Dolphins assistant Karl Dorrell accepts Colorado job

Multiple NFL assistant coaches have been named as candidates for the head-coaching vacancy at Colorado, and one has reportedly emerged as the choice. Dolphins assistant Karl Dorrell has accepted an offer to be head coach at Colorado, according to multiple reports. Dorrell was the Dolphins’ wide receivers coach last season. On Thursday the Dolphins announced [more]

Lions open to trading down from No. 3

It might not make sense for the Lions to draft Tua Tagovailoa, but the Alabama quarterback might make sense for several teams. That’s why the Lions could find themselves in prime position come draft day. Detroit owns the No. 3 choice. Lions General Manager Bob Quinn said exactly what you would expect him to say [more]

Tony Dungy says Brian Flores reminds him of himself

Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy saw something he liked in Dolphins coach Brian Flores last season. Mainly, that’s because it looked so familiar to him. Via Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post, Dungy said he was impressed with the resilience the Dolphins showed last year, winning five of their last nine (including beating [more]

Dolphins hire Lemuel Jeanpierre as assistant OL coach

The Dolphins announced a handful of coaching moves on Thursday, including the addition of former Seahawks offensive lineman Lemuel Jeanpierre as their assistant offensive line coach. Jeanpierre spent the last two seasons with the Raiders in the same position. He broke into coaching with the Seahawks in 2017 after wrapping up a six-year playing career [more]

Which teams can afford to wait for Tom Brady?

It’s one thing to subtly express interest in Patriots quarterback Tom Brady now, weeks before free agency opens. It’s quite another to pursue Brady once March 18 arrives and other quarterbacks get gobbled up by other teams while the #TommyVanityTour unfolds over the ensuing days and possibly weeks. So which teams that may be interested [more]

Dolphins signing Michael Roberts

Tight end Michael Roberts‘ 2019 season was derailed by a shoulder injury, but it appears he’s healthy enough to give it another go in 2020. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that Roberts is signing with the Dolphins. Garafolo adds that Roberts had four workouts with teams and had others lined up before taking the [more]

Troy Vincent: Minority candidates face “barriers of mobility”

The NFL seems to realize the Rooney Rule is broken. Figuring how to fix it has proven to be a more difficult problem. After the league went through an offseason that left as many minority coaches as the previous year (four), the NFL is trying to figure out a way to increase opportunities. Even with [more]

Report: Dolphins likely to hold onto Josh Rosen

Ryan Fitzpatrick plans to play in 2020 with the Dolphins welcoming him back and speculation is rampant that the Dolphins will be drafting a quarterback in the first round, which gives a pretty good indication of how the Dolphins see their near and long-term future at the position. Josh Rosen doesn’t fall into either category [more]

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