Ken Rodgers, the director of the film, recently called in to The Finsiders to give fans a primer ahead of the film’s release. Read More
NFL.com’s Gil Brandt, the longtime Dallas Cowboys scout, told Sports Illustrated’s Peter King that the Dolphins’ quarterback’s stock would certainly rise. Read More
The popular ESPN “30 For 30″ series of sports movies returns with new installments soon, one of which will focus on the 1983 NFL Draft. Read More
In his weekly segment for Dolphins.com, Hank Goldberg chats with coaching legend Howard Schnellenberger to look back on his tremendous coaching career, spanning 6 decades including a key role on the 1972 undefeated Miami Dolphins team. Make sure to listen for Schnellenberger’s memories of Don Shula, “Bear” Bryant, Jim Kelly, Sam Madison and others that he worked closely with over the years.
As a player Bryan Cox may have talked the talk but he definitely walked the walk. The first thing many remember about the former Dolphins linebacker is a particular gesture that he made to Bills fans in 1993. However, what many fail to remember is that after firing his team up for that big game, on the second play from scrimmage Cox threw aside two blockers and sacked Jim Kelly setting the tone for a dominant defensive performance and a 22-13 Dolphins win in Orchard Park, N.Y.
The Miami Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills will play the second half of their season-series this weekend at Sun Life Stadium. The 7-6 Dolphins are coming off a divisional win on the road against the Jets as they look to win back-to-back games for the first time since they won at Buffalo and at Minnesota to start the season.