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The Miami Dolphins have a lengthy list of starters headed toward unrestricted free agency. Left tackle Jake Long headlines the group, which consists of cornerback Sean Smith, safety Chris Clemons, defensive tackle Randy Starks, wide receiver Brian Hartl…
Share TweetAs you know, Jeff Ireland spoke to the media today. It'll be the last time he speaks to the media until free agency. This is everything he said: (On if having so many picks in the draft changes his approach to the combine) — “It doesn’t change too mSource: miamiherald.com
Dolphins GM on 'closing gap' with PatriotsUpdated Feb 21 Share TweetWe write about it all the time in the AFC East blog. This remains the "Brady and Belichick" division until another team proves otherwise. For the second straight year, the New England Patriots were the only AFC East team to finish with a winni…Source: ESPN.com
Chandler ACL forcing Bills handUpdated Feb 21 Share TweetWhen Scott Chandler sustained an ACL tear late last season against the Miami Dolphins, it added a need to Buffalo’s list heading into the offseason. Bills GM Buddy Nix, who acknowledged last week that tight end was on their list of positions to addressSource: buffalobills.comShare TweetSometimes it's just good to be, well, lucky. In 2011, for instance, the Indianapolis Colts were awful and their Patron Saint Manning was seemingly done as an NFL quarterback. So they stunk. A lot. And they earned the dubious distinction of the draft's fSource: miamiherald.comShare TweetAdd the Bills to the list of teams skeptical about the QB class in this draft, with assistant GM Doug Whaley saying: “There is no total package.” As much as the Dolphins will be scouting WRs at the Combine, their answer at the position still figures tSource: profootballtalk.com
Don Banks: Eagles far from giving up on Foles; more combine Day 1 SnapsFeb 21INDIANAPOLIS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a somewhat slow first day at the NFL's annual scouting combine at Lucas Oil Stadium...
NFL combine -- Thursday observations about Bucs, Joeckel, moreFeb 21Greg Schiano made it clear at the combine that Josh Freeman is the Buccaneers' starting quarterback, writes John Clayton.