NFL Network Analyst and soon to be Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp attended Dolphins training camp on Wednesday morning, and talked about how he believes the Miami Dolphins got better during the offseason, and how good they can be. Read More
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, the Pro Football Hall of Fame will host a record-number of Hall of Famers at this year’s induction ceremony. Read More
On Thursday night, barring a trade, the Dolphins’ first selection in the 2013 Draft will come with the 12th overall pick. While Miami has twice before been slotted with the 12th overall selection (1992 and 2010), the team only once selected a player at #12. Read More
Check out the best clips from this past week on the Finsiders. This week’s clips include: Jesse and Jeff Darlington arguing about the likability of Tim Tebow, Warren Sapp and Troy Drayton giving there two cents on James Harrison’s comments, and Larry Little talking about his experience of being on the only undefeated team in NFL history.
Ask most general managers or NFL scouts and they’ll tell you that it usually takes about three years to be able to fully evaluate a draft. With that in mind, we take a look back to the 2008 NFL draft in which the Dolphins held the #1 overall selection.
The former All-Pro defensive tackle and current analyst for NFL Network called into the show to give us his thoughts on: Mike Pouncey, the NFL’s new rules on hitting, and the progression of Cameron Wake. You do not want to miss the heated debate about whether our Keith Sims ever gave up a sack to Sapp when they played against each other.
The strength of the 2011 draft class is said to be the defensive line by many draft experts. Many of the lineman met with reporters on Saturday including the sons of a pair of former NFL players. One of the defensive lineman still has memories of going against Jake Long while Long was at Michigan 3 years ago.
by Andy Kent
INDIANAPOLIS – In what was a true picture of contrast, some of the top defensive linemen at the Combine put on a show for the media this morning at the same time as the offensive linemen were putting on a show on the field.