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  • Hyde5: Should Dolphins call Tony Gonzalez?

    1. Should the Dolphins have Tony Gonzalez on speed dial? Just for the prayer he'd pick up the phone? He's the big, productive tight end this offense needs. He's retired and on TV this fall, but admitted to Newsday about returning: "The temptation would be there, but I don't know what the gain would be. I've always wanted a ring. That's been my main goal as a player over the last 15 years of my career. You're really trying to get that ultimate goal. But I'd be a mercenary to come in and get a Super Bowl ring, play with a team for, what, six seven weeks? And even if I got the ring it wouldn't be the same as going through the fight with the team from beginning to end."

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Atlanta Falcons - INSIDE SLANT With four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Roddy White, 32, in the fold for four more years, the Falcons can turn their attention to locking up Julio Jones. Jones is set to play the fifth...

    Dolphins tight end Dion Sims primed for bigger role in offense

    Dion Sims is a stereotypical NFL tight end. Like Jimmy Graham, Tony Gonzalez and others before him, Sims was a two-sport athlete who played basketball in college before he was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 2013. Though Sims doesn't have the...

    Falcons QB Matt Ryan worked on improving his cognitive skills

    FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. Since entering the NFL, every offseason Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has tried to find something to improve on. After his rookie season, he did an exhaustive film study of the top quarterbacks in the league. One offseason, he...

    H.B. parade doesn't disappoint

    H.B. parade doesn't disappoint
    Thousands of people kicked off the Fourth of July weekend by flocking to Huntington Beach on Friday to watch the city's annual parade. Every balcony, sidewalk, street median and RV rooftop offered a perch for eager spectators ready to cheer on...