The Carolina Panthers have claimed former Miami Dolphins and 49ers offensive tackle Jonathan Martin off waivers, the team announced Friday.
Looking Back Proves There’s No Issue in Florida With the beginning of NFL Owner’s Meetings this week, Amanda Borges, host of The Power Hour, got the scoop on certain topics being discussed. Jacksonville Jaguars Radio Network Host and Jaguars.com
Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore has re-signed with the team. Here are quotes from his conference call. (On how he views himself as an NFL Quarterback and if he thinks he is capable of competing for a starting job) –
Offensive lineman J.D. Walton signs with Dolphins and talks to the media about his decision. “I’m going to come and compete.” One-on-One with J.D. Walton: http://t.co/6t4kFthUdX pic.twitter.com/SgczFygieF — Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) March 21, 2015 (On what led to his
IS MICHAEL CRABTREE A RIGHT FIT FOR THE DOLPHINS? After dumping Brian Hartline, and Mike Wallace while losing tight end Charles Clay to the Buffalo Bills, the Miami Dolphins offense needs help. Is Michael Crabtree the answer? With Clay
The Miami Dolphins have declined to match match Charles Clay's 5-year, $38 million offer sheet
Are NFL Players Calling it Quits Too Early? Check Out Sports Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with RobertB1981 on BlogTalkRadio I spoke with college football linebacker Larry Butler about the recent trend of NFL players retiring from football at
NFL News: Mike Wallace The Miami Dolphins have traded wide receiver Mike Wallace and a 2015 seventh-round draft pick to the Minnesota Vikings. In exchange the Dolphins will receive the Vikings fifth-round pick in this year’s (2015) NFL Draft.
The Dolphins aren’t done making waves this offseason. Despite signing Jordan Cameron and acquiring Kenny Stills to bolster their receiving options, they aren’t ready to let Charles Clay–who is on a transition tag–to be swept away by the division
The Miami Dolphins sent Darnelle Elerbe and a third-round draft pick to the New Orleans Saints for wide receiver Kenny Stills