Miami Dolphins Wanted Tavon Austin

The Miami Dolphins shocked everyone when the team traded up with the Oakland Raiders for the third overall pick, and then took Oregon pass-rusher Dion Jordan. But, according to NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington, that was not the original plan.


Dolphins, Chiefs Resume Albert Trade Talk

It has been on and off, but the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs have once again resumed trade talks that could send offensive tackle Branden Albert to Miami for a draft choice, according to an ESPN report by


Bills Could Be Forced To Take Nassib At Eight

According to Sal Paolantonio of ESPN, the Buffalo Bills believes the New York Jets are seriously interested in Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib. The Bills, led by head coach Doug Marrone, have been rumored to be the top landing spot


UCF Eligible For Bowl Game After Winning Appeal

UCF is eligible for a bowl game in 2013 after winning its appeal of the NCAA post-season ban. The Knights will compete in the American Athletic Conference starting in 2013 and is eligible for all of of its bowls,


Tuck and O’Neill: Revis Traded, UCF Wins Appeal

Jerry and Mike discuss Darrelle Revis being traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and UCF’s victory in its NCAA appeal for bowl eligibility. Tuck and O’Neill 4-22-13- Press Play Tuck and O’Neill Show comes to you live Monday through


Branden Albert Cleared To Visit Dolphins

The Kansas City Chiefs have granted the Miami Dolphins permission to talk with left tackle Branden Albert in order to help facilitate a trade that could send the 6-foot-5, 316 pound tackle to Miami for a second-round choice, according


Bengals May Turn To Dansby

The Cincinnati Bengals have been in search for linebacker help and could turn to former Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby, who the team released earlier this offseason, according to NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport. While talks with James Harrison/#Bengals have broken


Clay Matthews Signs Extension With Packers

The Green Bay Packers have closed in on a long-term extension with all-pro linebacker Clay Matthews. NFL.com’s Albert Breer reported the deal as a five-year contract worth just over $13 million per year, lining up with what Ian Rapoport


Bucs Balk At Revis Price Tag

According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, the Bucs aren’t willing to add a third-round pick and a fifth-round pick to the 2013 first-round selection (13th overall) that would be sent to New York in exchange for


Nick Saban: NFL Coaches Asking For Read-Option Advice

Nick Saban didn’t last long as an NFL head coach, but there are still plenty of NFL coaches who think he has some knowledge they’d like to tap. Saban, whose Alabama team is the defending NCAA champion, said on