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56 min ago | WLBT-TV Jackson
14, 2014, in Orchard Park, N.Y. After a tough week off the field, the NFL got back to playing - and the focus turned to big-name players who were injured all over the league. Robert Griffin III, Jamaal Charles, DeSean Jackson, A.J. Green and Knowshon Moreno all left their games on a busy Sunday for team trainers and medical staffs.
5 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
An impressive 19 players made their Bucs debut in last week's season opener, but fans had an entire offseason to get to know most of those newcomers. Now after a busy week of transactions -- some injury-related, some just roster-tweaking -- there are even newer Bucs fans are likely to see for the first time today as Tampa Bay hosts the Rams.
9 hrs ago | Miami Herald
Temps are in the 60s and the sun is peaking through cloudy skies. The Dolphins are wearing their aqua tops and the Bills are in all white.
9 hrs ago | WHEC-TV Rochester
The Bills will be without linebacker Keith Rivers, who suffered a groin injury last week in Chicago. Defensive backs Ross Cockrell and Jonathan Meeks, running back Bryce Brown, tight end Lee Smith, offensive linemen Cyril Richardson and Cyrus Kouandjo will be inactive as well.
11 hrs ago | CBS Local
The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills got through difficult Week 1 assignments. As a result, they might look at their Week 2 opponents with heightened respect.
15 hrs ago | Daily Camera
In his debut with Miami last week, Knowshon Moreno gained 134 yards rushing and scored a TD in a victory over New England. Uncertainty brings excitement.
Unfortunately previous reports were premature, no agreement between the NFL and NFLPA was reached, which means that as of 4 pm today that none of the previously suspended players will be available for this Sunday, because the deadline to add players to a roster was 4pm today. Bad news for those of us who got our hopes up, but we are still in great position to steam roll over the Bills tomorrow.
Coach Joe Philbin, left, had the Dolphins playing the type of 'fun' football in the opener that owner Stephen Ross wants to see. "> Coach Joe Philbin, left, had the Dolphins playing the type of 'fun' football in the opener that owner Stephen Ross wants to see.
Tom Brady of the New England Patriots looks on during a game against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium on Sept. 7, 2014 in Miami Gardens, Florida.
The Miami Dolphins will have at least one of the team's starting linebacker on the field during Sunday's road game against the Buffalo Bills . Starting strong side linebacker Philip Wheeler , whose 119 tackles led the team last season, has been cleared to play in Sunday's game against the Bills.
Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Randy Starks could have his consecutive games streak snapped this weekend if he doesn't play. Miami Dolphins In Depth Miami Dolphins fan Michael Smith has all but lost his fight with stage 3 colon cancer.
Familiarity is a common theme when division rivals face off, but the Miami Dolphins are heading into uncharted territory as they travel to Buffalo to take on the Buffalo Bills in Week 2. This will be their first time squaring off against Bills quarterback EJ Manuel , drafted with the 16th overall pick in the 2013 draft. Manuel missed six games last year with knee injuries and was out of the lineup for both of Buffalo's games against Miami .
The Miami Dolphins look to avenge last season's two losses against the Buffalo Bills , the second of which was an exercise in offensive futility. The 19-0 loss effectively sealed Mike Sherman 's fate, and was proof positive that the offense needed a new spark.
Reshad Jones and Dion Jordan are the two players who are hoping the NFL players union votes to approve a new drug testing agreement today. Negotiations are still ongoing, but if a new testing regime is approved, suspensions for Jones and Jordan could be reduced or ended Immediately Lost in the sound and the fury surrounding the Ray Rice controversy is the news that NFL is in the middle of negotiations with the NFL Players Association to enact a new drug testing policy.
The Miami Dolphins released their second injury report of the week last night. Defensive tackle Randy Starks could miss his first game in a Dolphins jersey thanks to a toe injury.
The first thing that jumped out at me when I watched the Dolphins play the Patriots last week was how often Tom Brady attacked the outside of the Miami defense. Even though Rob Gronkowski played, most Patriots passes targeted the Dolphins edge and outside the painted numbers on the field.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 06:45 pm
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