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Philbin gauging what LaMichael James has to offer

BY NICK ST. DENISMiami Dolphins running back Knowshon Moreno will reportedly miss at least another month to an elbow injury, so the team is continuing to explore its options at the position.Two weeks after re-signing former Dolphins draftee Daniel Thomas, Miami has brought in former second round pick of the San Francisco 49ers LaMichael James to get some work in on the practice squad...
Via AFC East Daily
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Moreno Still A Month Away From Return

Dolphins running back Knowshon Moreno (elbow) said he is four weeks away from returning according to the Palm Beach Post.Fantasy Spin:Miami initially hoped Moreno would return after their bye, which is next week, but that seems highly unlikely now. He is targeting a return in Week 8 against the Jaguars. Lamar Miller will continue to start at running back for the Dolphins.
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Do the Miami Dolphins have the best safety combo in the NFL today?

Everybody loves to debate about who the best cornerback in the NFL is, not least of all the top cornerbacks themselves. But how come nobody ever wants to talk about who the best safety is? Where’s the love for this crucial position on defense? Earlier this year when the NFL released its top 100 rankings, Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas was irked that only seven safeties...
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Dolphins RB Knowshon Moreno says he’s about four weeks away from returning

If Dolphins running back Knowshon Moreno is being honest, he won’t be back after the bye week for a game against Green Bay. And he might be out a couple of games after that. Moreno, who suffered a dislocated elbow in Week 2, told the Palm Beach Post today that he’s still about four weeks away from returning. “I probably got like four more weeks,” Moreno said. “About...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Dolphins sign LaMichael James

The Dolphins have signed former 49ers running back LaMichael James, according to his agent. Congrats to @LaMichaelJames for joining the @MiamiDolphins He knows the offense well. Great fit. — Jeff Sperbeck (@jeffsperbeck) September 30, 2014 James should get a chance to flourish in Miami with the inconsistency they’ve gotten their other running backs. var ACE_AR = {Site...
Via Pro Football Zone
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Free Agent LB Desmond Bishop Works Out For Dolphins

Field Yates of ESPN is reporting that veteran LB Desmond Bishop worked out for the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday. Bishop, 30, is a former sixth-round pick of the Packers. He spent five years with Green Bay and helped them win a Super Bowl before he suffered a serious hamstring injury that cost him the 2012 season. Bishop later caught on with the Vikings, but unfortunately suffered...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Dolphins have signed running back LaMichael James

Wow, finally a team signed the former Oregon runningback after he demanded to be released. According to his agent Jeff Sperbeck the Miami Dolphins signed LaMichael James. @jeffsperbeck: Congrats to @LaMichaelJames for joining the @MiamiDolphins He knows the offense well. Great fit. This is a good fit for James, the problem is, he will be […] The post Dolphins have signed running...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
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Miami Dolphins TE Charles Clay named NFL’s most disappointing tight end so far

There’s an old saying in the NFL: Teams can’t win a championship in September, but they certainly can lose one. Translation? Getting off to a good start doesn’t ensure late-season success, but struggling out of the gates almost guarantees that a team won’t be playing in January. That’s why taking a moment to look at the state of the NFL one-fourth of the way through the...
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Report; Tony Sparano won’t be the Raiders interim head coach

With Dennis Allen now gone, the question is, who will take over the remainder of the season. According to Fallon Smith of, Tony Sparano won’t be taking over even though he’s technically the assistant head coach. I've also been told Tony Sparano will NOT be the #Raiders interim head coach. #Raiders — Fallon Smith (@FallonSmithCSN) September 30, 2014 var...
Via Pro Football Zone
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Dolphins Tannehill shushed critics yesterday against Raiders

The Dolphins quarterback, who was in the middle of a storm all week because his coach declined to endorse him as the starter, led the way Sunday as Miami beat the Oakland Raiders 38-14 at Wembley Stadium in London. Tannehill took advantage of a banged up Oakland defense, spreading the ball around to his receivers. […] The post Dolphins Tannehill shushed critics yesterday against...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
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Reliving the Dolphins win through vine

Here are a couple of fun vines to help everyone re watch some of the big plays this Sunday. Mike Wallace showed some solid effort on this TD play refusing to go down. Wallace as looked like a different player than the player that lacked effort most of last year. Wallace also claims to be stronger. Mike Wallace playing like its Rugby on this TD #FantasyFootball
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Watch: Cortland Finnegan returns fumble 50 yards for a touchdown

Miami Dolphins’ cornerback Cortland Finnegan added insult to injury during his team’s dominance of the Oakland Raiders at Wembley Stadium in London. A low snap got away from backup quarterback Matt McGloin, in for injured starter Derek Carr, and Finnegan scooped up the fumble and took off down the field for a 50-yard touchdown return. The score gave the Dolphins a 38-7 lead...
Via The Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Tannehill names himself starter for Week 4

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who was seemingly thrown under the bus by head coach Joe Philbin earlier this week, took it upon himself to name a starting quarterback for the team’s Week 4 game against the Oakland Raiders in London on Sunday (via  (I’m) taking the first snap of the game and playing the game. That’s an interesting turn of events. As...
Via Sportsnaut
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Is there a QB controversy brewing in Miami?

Fresh off a disheartening 34-15 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin didn’t seem prepared to commit to Ryan Tannehill as the team’s starting quarterback for Week 4 (via Palm Beach Post). After being asked directly about Tannehill’s status as the starting quarterback, Philbin responded… We’ll utilize the players the best way we...
Via Sportsnaut
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins players reportedly ‘furious’ with defensive scheme

The Miami Dolphins have not looked good over the past two weeks after kicking off their season with an impressive win over the New England Patriots. They allowed 34 points against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday and 29 against the Buffalo Bills the week before. Neither opponent has what you would call a powerhouse […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss
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