Cowboys Acquire Dolphins DE Robert Quinn For 6th-Round PickThe Cowboys have agreed to acquire defensive end Robert Quinn from the Miami Dolphins for a sixth-round draft pick in a trade that would bolster the Dallas pass rush while the club works on a long-term contract for DeMarcus Lawrence.
Cowboys Secondary Coach Richard Interviews With DolphinsDallas Cowboys secondary coach Kris Richard is the fourth candidate to interview for the Miami Dolphins' coaching job.
Season Over: Texans' Will Fuller Out With Torn Knee LigamentHe was injured during the fourth quarter Thursday night against Miami when he became entangled with a defender and tumbled to the ground.
Miller, Watson Shine In Texans 42-23 Defeat Of DolphinsTexans quarterback Deshaun Watson threw more touchdowns (5) than incompletions (4) on Thursday night.
Texans To Face QB They Traded After Signing To $72M ContractIt will be Brock Osweiler's third straight start in place of Ryan Tannehill, who is out with a shoulder injury.
Dolphins-Patriots Week 4 MatchupThe undefeated Dolphins face the reeling Patriots in Foxboro in Week 4. Can Brady and Belichick keep pace in the AFC East?
Dolphins Receiver Will Continue Kneeling: 'We're Not Going Anywhere'Kenny Stills met with reporters on Thursday, after a week that included a Sept. 11 meeting with veterans and a tweet from U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida lauding him for his efforts.
2 Miami Dolphins Players Kneel During Anthem, Kaepernick Thanks ThemIn a tweet, Kaepernick gave a shout-out to "my brothers," Dolphins teammates Kenny Stills and Albert Watson, who were the only two players in the league to take a knee during the national anthem during Sunday's early games.
Reasons To Be Excited About The Steelers, Dolphins And BroncosCBS TV sports anchors discuss what excites them about their teams and more, as training camps continue.
NFL, NFLPA Freeze Anthem Rules Amid Backlash To Miami PolicyThe NFL's two-month old national anthem policy is on hold.
Dolphins Anthem Punishment Includes SuspensionsMiami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the national anthem could be suspended for up to four games under a team policy issued this week.
Wayne Huizenga, Who Built His Fortune From Trash, Dies At 80H. Wayne Huizenga, a college dropout who built a business empire that included Blockbuster Entertainment, AutoNation and three professional sports franchises, has died.