Jarvis Landry has been a top performer during OTAs and minicamp and Wednesday’s practice was no different. Landry beat Sammy Seamster on a long touchdown pass from Ryan Tannehill during the teams first team period of practice showcasing his
With the departure of Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline, the Miami Dolphins have long been coveting a wide receiver to bolster their wide receiver corps. With the 14th pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Dolphins selected wide receiver DeVante
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.
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March 7th is the official day NFL teams may begin contacting agents of unrestricted free agents. The NFL free agency period is an interesting time of the off-season for general managers and owners who are trying to find players to
One of the decisions the Dolphins have to make this offseason regards wide receiver Mike Wallace, and he reportedly met with GM Dennis Hickey recently.
Miami needs to give Mike Wallace the boot. And he isn't alone. The Dolphins need to clean out their WR-core.
After Tuesday’s training camp, wide receive Mike Wallace spoke to the media about how he feels about the offense so far. (On how he thinks his talent fit into the offense) “I think it fits me well. I feel
In his second NFL season, Ryan Tannehill took a big step forward and showed positive growth that should set the stage for his continued development as the Dolphins’ quarterback. Much of that progress can be credited to wide receiver
This list highlights the players in the NFL who get paid a little too much for what they do. Whether they are a big name in the game, or not, some players swim in money that they don’t always