Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
Dolphins fans listening to audio of games on television say that quarterback Ryan Tannehill shouts the word “go” before passes and “go go” before runs. Is the quarterback giving opponents valuable information about what play is coming?
Tannehill insists nothing is amiss, that his own defensive teammates would have told him in practice if this were the case. Even ESPN analyst Jon Gruden picked...Read more »
Dolphins guard Richie Incognito, who was suspended indefinitely by the Dolphins in connection with alleged bullying of teammate Jonathan Martin, has filed a grievance against the team, according to ESPN.
Incognito, who was suspended on Nov. 3 following allegations of harassment toward Martin, has missed one game. The most a player can be suspended by a team is four games, which would...Read more »
When reports first surfaced over the weekend that Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin left the team because of persistent bullying from guard Richie Incognito, an incensed Incognito vehemently denied any involvement and addressed several media outlets on his Twitter account, writing “I want my name CLEARED.”
But after the transcript became public of a voicemail that Incognito reportedly left for...Read more »
Remember when Victor Cruz signed his $46-million contract extension earlier this year and suggested he was worth more, certainly as much as the top free-agent receivers on the open market? Well, he may have had a point.
Despite signing a deal that makes him the highest-paid wide receiver in franchise history, the numbers suggest Cruz, who is considered an elite slot receiver, is every bit...Read more »
Another reason the NFL is the best league going: Because the league is so evenly balanced, there's always a chance to have a meaningful season, even after a losing effort. The latest example: Of the seven teams that currently stand at 3-0, four of them - the Bears, Chiefs, Dolphins and Saints - didn't make the playoff last year.
And since the NFL went to the current 12-team playoff format...Read more »
A playful gesture from Chad Johnson inside a Florida courtroom has landed him in jail.
The former NFL receiver, who still hopes to make a comeback after being released by Miami last summer in training camp following a domestic dispute, was slapped with a 30-day jail sentence after slapping his attorney on the rear end.
Earlier on Monday in a Broward County (Fla.) courtroom, Johnson...Read more »
Well, you can cross Matt Moore off the Jets' wish list.
The Dolphins quarterback, who has frequently been mentioned as a potential target of the Jets in free agency, is staying in Miami. According to NFL.com's Jeff Darlington, Moore has re-signed with the Dolphins just days before the start of the free agency signing period.
The Jets may now re-start talks with David Garrard,...Read more »
The Dolphins were thought to be in the market for a big-time receiver, and they still might be when the free agency signing period opens on Tuesday. But they took a major step late last night toward securing their receiving corps by re-signing Brian Hartline.
The 26-year-old receiver is coming off a career year in 2012, catching 74 passes for 1,083 yards and emerging as rookie quarterback...Read more »