Dolphins waive O-linemen Billy Turner, Dallas Thomas
The Dolphins have released offensive linemen Billy Turner and Dallas Thomas in the wake of the pair's struggles versus the Titans. Is coach Adam Gase sending a message?
What to watch for in Dolphins-Bengals on 'TNF'
The Bengals and Dolphins are set to kick off on Thursday night in Cincinnati. What are we looking forward to in this matchup? NFL.com's Marc Sessler takes a look.
Deep Dive: RBs and WRs to stash off the waiver wire
As the season progress, injured and suspended players like Kenneth Dixon and Josh Gordon are getting set to return. They're among Alex Gelhar's top Week 4 deep waiver-wire targets.
Miami Dolphins will treat RB Kenyan Drake as starter Sunday
The Dolphins plan to treat rookie running back Kenyan Drake as the starter this week, though they will mix in other runners against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, according to multiple sources.
Fantasy news & notes: Week 1 without Gronk?
Catch up on all of the fantasy-relevant news and notes as you prepare your fantasy lineup for Week 1 matchups. James Koh breaks down the top stories of the week that was.
AFC position battles: Broncos' QB derby nearing end
With Week 1 fast approaching, Gregg Rosenthal gets you up to speed on the AFC's top 20 position battles -- with one veteran QB (Mark Sanchez) on the outs and another (RGIII) sitting pretty.
Injuries: Falcons' Keanu Neal suffers knee injury
Arian Foster's first preseason catch wound up going for 16 yards thanks to a nasty stiff-arm. Keanu Neal was the recipient of the veteran's move, and more than his psyche was hurt after the play.
Gase: Arian Foster expected to make 'Fins debut Friday
Dolphins fans are days away from getting their first look at Arian Foster. Coach Adam Gase told reporters that the former Texans star is expected to make his preseason debut on Friday against the Cowboys.
Adam Gase: Ajayi has 'separated' from Dolphins RBs
The Miami Dolphins have one of the most inexperienced backfields in the entire league. New Dolphins head coach Adam Gase has made it clear that the starting running back gig is Jay Ajayi's to lose.
Dolphins finally add running back in Kenyan Drake
Dolphins tapped Kenyan Drake out of Alabama with the No. 73 overall pick. Drake is a shifty, explosive back with speed and the ability to make defenders miss on the second level.
Five smokescreens to watch out for ahead of NFL draft
It's often hard to differentiate fact from well-planted fiction in the days ahead of the draft. Here are five draft storylines making the rounds that no one should be buying this week.
Dolphins GM says he's 'comfortable' with RBs on roster
Miami Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said Friday he is "comfortable" with his stable of running backs, led by Jay Ajayi. The Dolphins still remain a prime candidate to draft a tailback next week.
2016 NFL Draft guide: One burning question for each AFC team
Will the Titans take Laremy Tunsil first? Can the Browns pass on Carson Wentz at No. 2? Will Jalen Ramsey be the first defender off the board at 3? Elliot Harrison poses AFC draft questions.
Rams waive Isaiah Pead, former second-round pick
The clock has run out on Isaiah Pead in St. Louis. The running back -- selected with the 50th overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft -- was waived by the Rams on Tuesday.
Rams RB Benny Cunningham likely to start vs. 'Hawks
What once looked like one of the most intriguing backfields in the NFL, the Rams will likely be without its top two rushers facing the Seattle Seahawks. Todd Gurley is out and Tre Mason is questionable, leaving Benny Cunningham to carry the load.
Tre Mason (hamstring sprain) questionable for opener
Rams running back Tre Mason left Saturday's game against the Colts after suffering a mild hamstring sprain. If Mason and Gurley both miss Week 1 action, is the Rams' backfield in trouble?
Adrian Peterson not expected to get preseason carries
Minnesota Vikings fans will have to wait until the regular season to see Adrian Peterson. The running back is not expected to play during the preseason.
Winners and losers from Preseason Week 2
After reports of a lackluster training camp, Colts wide receiver Hakeem Nicks looked like his old, electric self. Who were the other big winners and losers from the second week of the preseason?
Injury roundup: Ray Rice leaves game; X-rays negative
The Baltimore Ravens saw a few players leave the game with injuries during Saturday's preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys. Ray Rice had an X-ray on his shoulder, which came up negative.
Rams' Jeff Fisher concerned Isaiah Pead tore ACL
St. Louis Rams tailback Isaiah Pead may have suffered an ACL injury that could end his season after a non-contact injury he suffered on a kickoff return in Saturday's 21-7 preseason loss to Green Bay.
Jay Gruden, Washington Redskins eye NFC East title
The Washington Redskins brought in Jay Gruden to steer a team that ran aground in 2013. Albert Breer reports from training camp, where Gruden thinks his team is set to contend again in the NFC East.
Top 16 NFC position battles during training camp
With training camp around the corner, Around The League breaks down the top competitions, highlighted by a starting quarterback battle in Minnesota between a veteran and a first-round pick.
Zac Stacy not guaranteed St. Louis Rams' starting job
Zac Stacy was a standout rookie for the St. Louis Rams last season. So why is offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer saying that the running back isn't guaranteed a starting job?
Fantasy football backfield situations by team
So you have high hopes for your first-round fantasy running back, eh? Michael Fabiano breaks down the NFL's backfields to help you insure your big fantasy investment.