Posts tagged Miami Dolphins
Green Bay Packers receiver James Jones gets no respect. Just ask him. That could mean Jones is out the door before the regular season, something he seems totally open to.
The Chicago Bears and general manager Phil Emery are conjuring up images of the disaster that was the Jerry Angelo era. Both the Matt Forte situation and Brandon Marshall trade prove the Bears are back to their idiotic ways, which we fully endorse.
The Green Bay Packers are one of several teams who have discussed trading for Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow. Here’s a look at how he’d fit in with the Packers and who else is interested.
Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn wants to sign with the Miami Dolphins, but the team is handling the situation like they got a lesson from Matt Millen. At this rate, they’ll probably end up with David Garrard.
With Peyton Manning seemingly signing elsewhere, the Miami Dolphins are ready to ramp up their pursuit of Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn. Seattle has is making a run at him first, though.
The Green Bay Packers finally got the memo that free agency started and it came only two days late. That’s right, on day three they actually called someone’s agent. Of course, then they followed up by doing nothing.
The madness continues! Day two of free agency is just as stupid as day one, if not more so. We’ve got some news on the Green Bay Packers free agents, along with the important moves from around the league. Hey, the Minnesota Vikings killed it today.
The first day of free agency was typical — a bunch of idiots threw money at players who will never live up to their contracts. Surprisingly, there were also some smart moves made. Here’s a look at the NFL’s annual clusterfuck, day one.
The Chicago Bears are relevant again. Chicago traded two third-round picks to Miami for receiver Brandon Marshall, addressing one of their weakest positions and reuniting one of the best quarterback/receiver combos in the NFL.
You didn’t know it, but Peyton Manning’s release by the Indianapolis Colts is relevant to the Green Bay Packers. Here’s how, along with the top five potential destinations for the quarterback.
The franchise tag and the Cleveland Browns are now in play for Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn. There’s also the dilemma of the tag-and-trade vs. the compensatory pick. Here’s the rundown.
We critique Sports Illustrated’s gallery for female NFL fans. It turns out their definition of hot and ours vary quite a bit. Here’s a look, with a special focus on the NFC North.
Green Bay Packers tight ends coach Ben McAdoo has been promoted to quarterbacks coach, replacing Tom Clements. The decision is curious for a number of reasons. Here they are.
The Green Bay Packers will have the No. 28 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Here’s a look at the last five players selected at No. 28, their stats and how they panned out.
The Washington Redskins are among three teams rumored to be interested in Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn. The Redskins don’t appear to be at the front of the race, though. We break it down right here.
The Oakland Raiders will reportedly hire Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen as their next coach, meaning both Winston Moss and Dom Capers will be returning to the Green Bay Packers, at least as of now.
It seems like a good possibility Green Bay Packers backup quarterback, who is set to be a free agent, could follow offensive coordinator Joe Philbin to the Miami Dolphins to be their new starting quarterback. Here’s the breakdown.
The Green Bay Packers have several candidates to replace Joe Philbin as offensive coordinator, but the leading candidate now appears to be quarterbacks coach Tom Clements.
The Miami Dolphins will hire Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin as their next head coach. Here’s what it means for the Packers and who might replace him.
The Green Bay Packers are undefeated through nine games and talk of a perfect season has already begun, which means the 72 Miami Dolphins were sure to start talking sooner or later. Well, they’ve started talking sooner.