CBS Sports’ Pete Prisco, the longtime NFL reporter, took a shot at figuring it out , putting together a list of the 100 best players in the NFL heading into 2013 based on film study and talking to coaches and general managers, and three Dolphins — Cameron Wake, Mike Pouncey and Reshad Jones — made the cut. Read More
Now that the games have dates, here are a few early storylines to monitor heading into the 2013 regular season: Read More
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage the beginning of the free agency period. Read More
Mike Pouncey’s brother, Maurkice, the Steelers center, played with Wallace for three seasons in Pittsburgh, seeing the receiver’s 4.3 speed up close.
After naming their Rookie of the Year, Most Improved Player and Best Play earlier this week, The Finsiders will wrap up awards week with their Offensive and Defensive MVP’s on Thursday afternoon. Read More
With six NFL teams on a bye this week, the last thing any fantasy owner needs to deal with is an injured player sitting out at the last minute and putting up a big goose-egg on the scoreboard. Our fantasy guru, James Morris, provides the latest injury news from around the league. Read More
Mike and twin brother, Maurkice, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ All-Pro center, sat down with Jesse Agler to talk about their sibling rivalry and what it will be like when they play their first NFL game against each other.
When Maurkice left the University of Florida to enter the draft in 2010, Mike decided to stay for his senior season.
The Dolphins center recently talked to The Finsiders about the new regime and what he learned during his rookie season.
After meeting with new offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, Pouncey came away impressed.
“I’m glad those guys are here,” Pouncey said “They sound like they brought some winners into our program, and that’s what we want around there in Miami.”
Pouncey had some help adjusting to the NFL’s learning curve.
The Dolphins center joins The Finsiders to talk about what he learned in his first year in the NFL and his mindset heading into 2012 under new offensive coordinator Mike Sherman. Make sure to listen as Pouncey candidly discusses the moment in 2011 when he realized that he could play with the NFL’s best.
Mike Pouncey, the Dolphins’ first round selection in last month’s draft, tweeted yesterday about what number he’ll end up wearing as a pro. At the University of Florida, Pouncey wore #55, which is currently worn by linebacker Koa Misi. NFL rules stipulate that offensive linemen must wear a uniform number between 50 and 79, so Pouncey has plenty of options and looking at the current roster, there are 14 openings in that range.