The Jets spent last offseason watching from their couches or golf courses while the rival Patriots made a Super Bowl run. And everywhere you turned, the attention wasn’t just on Tom Brady or Bill Belichick. The spotlight was on tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, the dynamic duo that was such a major part of one of the NFL’s best offenses. In fact, I probably said the word “Gronkle” 800 times leading up to Super Bowl XLVI. The Jets haven’t done a ton in free agency… but what they have done appears to be with an eye toward stopping the TEs. I don’t know if it’ll work, but it seems that’s the idea. There was another example yesterday when […]
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Free-agent safety Yeremiah Bell is visiting the Jets, according a league source said Monday.
Yeremiah Bell is expected to be released by the Dolphins, according to a league source.
After spending last season with the Jets, Jason Taylor‘s seen how a division power prepares for games and believes the Dolphins aren’t doing enough to change the scenery of the AFC East.
Posted: Sunday, January 2nd, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: Brian Williams, Bryant McFadden, Calvin Johnson, Chris Harris, Chris Ivory, Corey Hilliard, Dannell Ellerbe, Danny Woodhead, Ed Reed, Elbert Mack, Haloti Ngata, Jimmy Graham, Josh Wilson, Kenny Britt, Major Wright, Malcolm Jenkins, Maurice Stovall, Maurkice Pouncey, Max Jean-Gilles, Michael Oher, Nick Roach, Rich Seubert, Sean Witherspoon, Vincent Jackson, Week 17 injuries 2011, Yeremiah Bell
A look at some of the notable injuries around the NFL in Week 17, starting wtih updates on Michael Oher and Haloti Ngata of the Ravens.
Channing Crowder supplied some fuel for the fire for Dolphins fans, offering up some choice words for those at Sun Life Stadium who voice their displeasure.
Posted: Friday, August 14th, 2009 | Pat Kirwan Tags: Bill Parcells, Cameron Wake, Chad Henne, Chad Pennington, Davone Bess, Gibril Wilson, Jason Taylor, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Pat Kirwan, Pat White, Patrick Turner, Phillip Merling, Randy Starks, Ricky Williams, Sean Smith, Ted Ginn, Vontae Davis, Yeremiah Bell
After watching the Miami Dolphins at training camp Friday, I leave knowing this is Chad Pennington’s team, Ted Ginn is making progress, Jason Taylor will start and Ricky Williams’ has a new-found burst.
Miami keeps spending and spending — to keep its team together and improve. The latest signing: Safety Yeremiah Bell has agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth $20 million, including $10 million guaranteed. Bell will play strong safety again this year and Gibril Wilson is expected to play free safety.
Just before the start of free agency, the Dolphins made another move, re-signing LB Channing Crowder to a multi-year deal.
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.
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.