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Report: Randy Mueller to serve as G.M. of Salt Lake City AAF franchise

Randy Mueller is set to join the Salt Lake City franchise of The Alliance of American Football as the team’s General Manager, according to Alex Marvez of Sirius XM NFL Radio. Mueller previously served as the G.M. of the New Orleans Saints from 2000-2001 and the Miami Dolphins from 2005-2007. He’s been a Senior Executive [more]

Julian Edelman decision should come soon

The Patriots should know fairly quickly whether they’ll be starting the season with or without veteran receiver Julian Edelman. If, as reported, the hearing on his PED suspension began on Monday, the PED policy requires a summary ruling from the arbitrator within three business days after completion of the hearing or receipt of the transcript, [more]

Alliance of American Football filling in coordinator jobs

The Alliance of American Football continues to fill in coaching staffs with NFL credentials, in advance of the developmental league’s debut next February. According to Alex Marvez of SiriusXM NFL Radio, four more coaches with NFL experience are joining the league, mostly in coordinator roles. That list includes Darren Perry and Steve Logan (in Birmingham [more]

Which coach will be fired first?

The four-week stretch from the middle of June to the middle of July gives NFL coaches a rare opportunity to get away from it all. To relax, to unwind. To not worry. For some coaches, good luck with the last part. History has proven time and again that as many of one in four NFL [more]

Training camp reporting dates for all 32 teams

The end of offseason programs around the league last week have all 32 teams looking forward to training camp and the start of the push to the regular season. All 32 teams have now announced the reporting dates for training camp. Many teams will have their rookies report ahead of their veterans and all teams [more]

Former Dolphins defensive tackle, Grey Cup MVP Chuck Klingbeil dies at 52

Former Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Chuck Klingbeil has died at the age of 52, according to multiple reports. Klingbeil was the defensive MVP of the 1989 Grey Cup while a member of the Saskatchewan Roughriders before making his transition to the NFL with the Dolphins in 1991. Klingbeil recovered a fumble from Green Bay Packers [more]

Dolphins sign second-round pick Mike Gesicki

The Dolphins announced they have signed tight end Mike Gesicki, the last of the team’s eight draft picks to agree to terms. Miami made Gesicki the 42nd overall choice. He was a four-year letterman and three-year starter at Penn State, where he caught 129 passes for 1,481 yards and 15 touchdowns. Gesicki finished his collegiate [more]

David Fales may have the inside track to No. 2 job in Miami

A mild burst of optimism regarding a Brock Osweiler rebirth has faded to the reality that Osweiler may not be the No. 2 quarterback in Miami, after all. For now, it appears that journeyman David Fales has the edge. Via Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Fales looked like the best of three backup contenders [more]

Laremy Tunsil wants to erase “horrible taste” of 2017 season

The Dolphins had 2016 first-round pick Laremy Tunsil play left guard to start his career, but moved him back to his college position of left tackle last season. The results weren’t what Tunsil or the Dolphins hoped to see. Tunsil struggled along with the rest of the Miami offensive line, which makes improvement in his [more]

Jarvis Landry: Ryan Tannehill and I didn’t have a good relationship

Browns receiver Jarvis Landry sounds happy to be out of Miami, and to be catching passes from a quarterback other than Ryan Tannehill. Landry, who previously said the Browns’ quarterback situation is a lot better than what he had with the Dolphins, told NFL Network today that he hasn’t spoken with Tannehill since leaving Miami [more]

Drafting the best NFL accomplishments

With Justify becoming the 13th horse to win the Triple Crown, Monday’s PFT Live used the achievement as the inspiration for one of two drafts. Question: What is the most impressive accomplishment in NFL history, by a team or an individual? The video is attached to this blurb. Stats declared me to be the winner over [more]

Jarvis Landry thinks Browns QBs are “a lot better than what I had in Miami”

Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry said recently that he considers himself the best receiver in the NFL and he believes that Cleveland has the right pieces in place to help him prove that point. Landry said Thursday that offensive coordinator Todd Haley is going to give him the opportunity to show he’s a “complete receiver [more]

Dolphins coaches and players raving about Robert Quinn

Defensive end Robert Quinn was a two-time Pro Bowl selection and racked up 62.5 sacks in his seven seasons playing for the St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams. While players are limited in what they can accomplish in offseason workouts, Quinn is already making a strong impressions on his new coaches and teammates with the Miami Dolphins. [more]

DeVante Parker admits his career hasn’t gone to plan

DeVante Parker downplayed his public spat with former Dolphins receiver Chris Chambers. Parker disagrees with Chambers’ assessment of his work ethic and maturity, but he agrees his career hasn’t been what anyone expected after the Dolphins made him the 14th overall pick in 2015. “Not where I wanted to be,” Parker said, via Shandel Richardson [more]

Dolphins sign three draft picks

The Dolphins got three more 2018 draft picks under contract on Wednesday. The team announced that third-round linebacker Jerome Baker, fourth-round tight end Durham Smythe and fourth-round running back Kalen Ballage have agreed to four-year deals with the team. Second-round tight end Mike Gesicki is the only one of the team’s eight picks who has [more]

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