Posts Tagged ‘Vernon Carey’
Posted: Sunday, December 5th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Aqib Talib, Ben Obomanu, Brett Favre, Brian Hartline, Chan Gailey, Courtney Greene, Cullen Jenkins, D.J. Williams, Dan Gronkowski, Darren Sproles, Dez Bryant, Geoff Hangartner, Kraig Ubrik, Leslie Frazier, Max Hall, Mike McCarthy, Mike Williams, Nick Roach, Orlando Scandrick, Roy Lewis, Titus Brown, Todd Heap, Tony Gonzalez, Vernon Carey, Week 13 injuries 2010
Brett Favre headlined a list of big-name players who sustained injuries in Week 13.
Posted: Sunday, December 5th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brian Hartline, Miami Dolphins, Vernon Carey, Week 13 injuries 2010
The Dolphins entered the fourth quarter trailing the Browns, and missing starters WR Brian Hartline and RT Vernon Carey due to injuries.
Posted: Thursday, August 6th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Channing Crowder, Jason Taylor, Miami Dolphins, Pat White, Patrick Turner, Sean Smith, Vernon Carey
Some football fans believe that the legacy of Bill Parcells often casts a shadow over just what occurs with the Dolphins. But according to NFL.com senior columnist Thomas George, general manager Jeff Ireland and coach Tony Sparano have been vital to the success of the defending AFC East champions.
Posted: Wednesday, February 25th, 2009 | Jim Loftus Tags: Andre Goodman, Channing Crowder, Free Agency 2009, Miami Dolphins, Vernon Carey, Yeremiah Bell
Just before the start of free agency, the Dolphins made another move, re-signing LB Channing Crowder to a multi-year deal.
Posted: Friday, February 20th, 2009 | Jim Loftus Tags: Jon Stinchcomb, Jordan Gross, Khalif Barnes, Vernon Carey
Usually teams take hits in free agency. But at this time of year, positions do. Right now, two of the most attractive tackles have been taken off the market, but there is still some value at the position.
Posted: Friday, February 20th, 2009 | Jim Loftus Tags: Andre Goodman, Jake Long, Miami Dolphins, Vernon Carey, Yeremiah Bell
Miami offensive tackle Vernon Carey re-signed with the Dolphins, securing a six-year, $42 million deal that will keep him in the same city he played high school and college football.
Posted: Thursday, February 19th, 2009 | Jim Loftus Tags: Channing Crowder, Miami Dolphins, Tony Sparano, Vernon Carey, Yeremiah Bell
While tags are flying around in record numbers, the Dolphins will not be using their franchise tag. Dolphins coach Tony Sparano said Thursday his team will not designate offensive tackle Vernon Carey, safety Yeremiah Bell nor linebacker Channing Crowder as Miami’s franchise player.