The Dolphins have signed PK Shayne Graham to replace the injured Dan Carpenter for their Week 11 game against the Bills.
Chiefs QB Tyler Palko on playing a Bill Belichick defense in his first NFL start Monday night against the Patriots, quoted on masslive.com: "I think I'd rather be studying algebra than facing Bill Belichick. He's a little ...
it's no coincidence the Dolphins' first two wins came in the team's best defensive performances, when its best defensive player, ILB Karlos Dansby, finally played to his potential.
We analyze the current NFL head coaches under the most pressure to deliver results now or face losing their job at season's end.
Reggie Bush scored two TDs and the Dolphins twice intercepted Rex Grossman to earn their first home victory in nearly a year by beating the Redskins 20-9.
Dolphins CB Vontae Davis made news for the wrong reasons last week, but his team could stand to get elevated play from him when he returns to the field.
Dolphins QB Matt Moore, Jets LB David Harris and Broncos PR-WR Eddie Royal were named AFC Players of the Week for Week Nine.
In Miami's first win of the season, a 31-3 shellacking of the Chiefs, the team clicked on all cylinders and made you wonder, "where has this team been?"
The Giants and Jets earned huge victories; the Browns, Dolphins and Patriots have to deal with controversy; defense rules again; and plenty more.
Dolphins CB Vontae Davis, who was inactive for Sunday's win over the Chiefs, reportedly got in a spat with Brandon Marshall at practice after showing up late and hungover.
Matt Moore threw for 244 yards and three touchdowns, Reggie Bush had 92 yards rushing and another score and Miami walloped Kansas City 31-3 for its first win of the season.
Although the play of Miami's defense has fallen off sharply from last season, DL Randy Starks has stood out, according to AFC Whispers.
Dolphins WR Davone Bess is not producing the way he did last season, especially on third down.
Broncos head coach John Fox on the rabid Tim Tebow supporters and their unyielding defense of his play, quoted on latimes.com: "The goofy thing is, it's almost like if he doesn't have success it will be anybody ...
As the public face of borderline personality disorder, Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall is taking it upon himself to enlighten us with his tale of dealing with mental illness.