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  • Dolphins looking to end playoff drought in 2014

    Quarterback Ryan Tannehill, the offensive line and the linebackers are the key to the Dolphins making their first playoff appearance since 2008. And if they don't earn a playoff berth, coach Joe Philbin's job could be in jeopardy after just three seasons....
  • Hyde5: Jon Gruden's key to Dolphins season is ...

    Hyde5: Jon Gruden's key to Dolphins season is ...
    Today's Hyde5 blog: 1. Jon Gruden was asked if the Dolphins look like like they're on the way to .500 again this year. He got right to the meat of the issue, as far as I'm concerned: Does this line let Ryan Tannehill decide where this season goes?...
  • NFL-Brief profiles of American Football Conference teams

    (Reuters) - Following are brief profiles of the 16 teams in the American Football Conference (AFC) ahead of the 2014 National Football League season. - - BALTIMORE RAVENS Head coach: John Harbaugh 2013 Record: 8-8 (Finished third in AFC North and...
  • AFC East Analysis: Pats on top, Bills on bottom - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange By Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: adds byline AFC East Analysis: Pats on top, Bills on bottom In the AFC East for 2014, two things seem certain according to a poll of The Sports Xchange football staff -- the New...
  • Analyzing the Miami Dolphins' 53-man roster after the final cuts

    Analyzing the Miami Dolphins' 53-man roster after the final cuts
    Analyzing the players who made the Miami Dolphins' 53-man roster: Quarterback (2): Ryan Tannehill and Matt Moore Ryan Tannehill: He's made tremendous strides in this new spread offense (86.5 passer rating, 68.3 percent of passes completed), which will...
  • Jarvis Landry gets first shot to become Dolphins' primary returner

    Jarvis Landry gets first shot to become Dolphins' primary returner
    Jarvis Landry is extremely close to earning a prominent role with the Miami Dolphins as a rookie. But the former LSU receiver Miami selected in the second round of the 2014 NFL draft hasn't unseated Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline or Brandon Gibson for one...
  • Dolphins activate Pouncey from PUP

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 1: GM Hickey quotes Dolphins activate Pouncey from PUP DAVIE, Fla. -- As part of solidifying their 53-man roster Saturday, the Miami Dolphins activated center Mike Pouncey from the physically unable to perform...
  • Greg Cote: Many reasons to put faith in Dolphins

    An angel sits on one shoulder and a little devil on the other. Both are talking to you, Dolphins fan, vying for your ear and your soul. One is sowing darkness, the other light. One despair, the other hope. You hear the devil first, because while good...
  • Dolphins face decision time after 14-13 victory over Rams

    Dolphins face decision time after 14-13 victory over Rams
    Quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the rest of the Dolphins starters got to relax Thursday. They didn't play a snap. The backups had the task of facing St. Louis in the preseason finale, and as a group they fared OK, defeating the Rams, 14-13, at Sun Life...
  • Dolphins have one eye on St. Louis, one eye on New England

    Dolphins have one eye on St. Louis, one eye on New England
    Call it a game of split allegiances. When the Dolphins (2-1) host St. Louis (1-2) in Thursday's preseason finale, the reserves on the bubble to make the 53-man roster will be devoting their full attention to the Rams. This is their big game. Most of...
  • No mistaking Charles Clay's identity

    No mistaking Charles Clay's identity
    Don't call Charles Clay anything but his name. He's not a Chuck, or a Charlie. And even though he shares the same first and last name as his father don't dare call him Jr., or "the second" because their middle name is different. "When he was growing...