Taco Charlton would move to Miami in Joe Schad's latest NFL Draft mock-up. A pair of Wolverines could put their cold-weather clothes in storage, if a mock draft put out by Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post comes about. Schad has former Michigan defensive end Taco Charlton going to the Miami Dolphins with the No. 22 overall pick in next week's NFL Draft.
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The NFL unveiled the 2017 regular-season schedule on Thursday night, to much (manufactured) fanfare. 10. Chicago Bears at Green Bay Packers, Week 4 (Thursday night): Bears quarterback Mike Glennon makes his prime-time debut as the face of his new franchise, against the rival Packers to boot. Marcus Mariota will make his MNF debut against the rival Colts in October.
We learned Wednesday that Derek Jeter and Jeb Bush were reportedly teaming together in pursuit of the Miami Marlins. Now, it appears a few more famous names have joined the fray. According to the Miami Herald, Jeter and Bush's efforts to buy the Fish could be thwarted by Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross or former presidential candidate Mitt Romney: Several sources described Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross as interested in buying the Marlins if Loria would drop his price. A Ross bid would harken back to Wayne Huizenga's role as owner of Miami-Dade County's professional football and baseball franchises. Fox Business also reported an investment group tied to former presidential candidate Mitt
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey, a college roommate, teammate and good friend of ex-New England tight end Aaron Hernandez, posted an Instagram message Wednesday about Hernandez, who prison officials said hung himself inside his jail cell in Massachusetts. "To my friend my brother! Through thick and thin right or wrong we never left each other's side. Today my heart hurts as I got the worse news I could have imagined. It was just a day ago we shared our last convo. I will forever miss you and love you bro. we will meet again rest easy!,” Pouncey wrote on Instagram. Hernandez, who played for the Florida Gators with Pouncey, was serving a life sentence with no possibility of parole for the 2013
In the current age of NFL football, contracts and money have become a major news piece. Despite seeking a massive contract extension — one I believe could put him near the top if not at the top of the highest payed receivers list — Jarvis Landry did report to the Miami Dolphins voluntary offseason conditioning program. The fact that Landry reported to this voluntary program shows his commitment to the team and continuing to improve.
Defensive tackle Kawann Short signed a five-year contract with the Carolina Panthers worth $80 million. The Panthers kept Short from free agency with the non-exclusive franchise tag on Feb. 27, but coach Ron Rivera called him one of the team's most important players and "too valuable to lose." Short, a second-round pick in 2013, has 22 career sacks. -- Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck revealed he originally injured his surgically repaired right throwing shoulder early in the 2015 season and played through pain the last two years.
Continuing our new daily series, we continue to take a look at players the Miami Dolphins may consider selecting at some point during the 2017 NFL Draft. While these players may not all be first round quality, this series will look at players across all the rounds that the Miami Dolphins could select during the draft process. Moving on from the potential first round selection of Safety Lorenzo Jerome, today, we take a look at a player who could be a day two selection for the Miami Dolphins.
One of the bigger shockers from last season was the almost instant rise of Adam Gase’s Miami Dolphins. Despite an extremely poor start to their 2016 campaign, the Dolphins turned it around and made a run that eventually led them to their first playoff appearance since the 2008 AFC East division winning campaign. Despite this playoff appearance, the Dolphins were not perfect or even great.