NFL commissioner Roger Goodell held a press conference Tuesday to conclude the owners meetings in New Orleans and continued to push the league's view that the quickest way to a new Collective Bargaining Agreement is through negotiation, not litigation.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke Tuesday to conclude the owners' meetings in New Orleans. Here are three things Eric Edholm took from his press conference.
With an obvious need on the offensive side of the ball, the Dolphins might look to reacquire a second-round pick for April's draft.
After a chaotic start to the offseason, Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland says things are returning to normal as he works to improve the team's offense.
The Dolphins raised some eyebrows when they hired Brian Daboll to be the team's offensive coordinator after the Browns had little success under Daboll in 2010.
Sunday provided Chad Henne another opportunity to win respect from his team and home fans by leading his team to victory. Instead, he tossed a late-game pick-six and now his head coach is on the hot seat.
The Lions took advantage of two interceptions to score 17 points in the final 4:37 Sunday and rally past the reeling Dolphins 34-27.
The Dolphins' inability to win at home cost them in a Week 15 loss to the Bills that knocked them out of playoff contention.
Chad Henne's fourth-quarter interception, one of three on the day, helped cost the Dolphins a win over the Browns at home and likely eliminated them from the playoff race.
WR Davone Bess led a resurgent Dolphins performance in Chad Henne's return to starting quarterback and sparked the team to a 33-17 victory over the Raiders.
Chad Henne made a triumphant return to the lineup to throw for 307 yards and two scores and Dan Carpenter kicked four field goals to help the Dolphins beat the Raiders 33-17 Sunday.
Although he hasn't produced many game-changing plays by himself, Buffalo SS Donte Whitner has been a leader in the team's improved defensive play recently.
Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano is reportedly leaning toward starting Chad Henne at quarterback on Sunday.
The Dolphins have signed Patrick Ramsey and will make him their second-string QB behind Tyler Thigpen for their Thursday night game with the Bears.
While the appearance of a third-string quarterback usually would kill the fantasy value of a team's receiving corps, such is not the case in Miami.