The Dolphins will upgrade their practice facility within the next four years, and team officials are considering a move to Miami, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
The Dolphins have trained at the facility at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida, since 1993.
The Davie complex also serves as home to Dolphins training camp. The Dolphins facility has undergone renovations and improvements, including the addition of an indoor practice field in 2006.
This was worth the risk.
The Cleveland Browns have recently become serious about adding established NFL players to their roster, which indicates that even the slow-moving Cleveland front office is ready to try to win games rather than simply accumulate draft picks.
And the move that best signifies that is the team’s March trade for Jarvis Landry, who after catching an NFL-record 400 passes in his first four seasons with the Miami Dolphins should become the ultimate safety valve in a young but talented Browns offense.
Brandon worked for the Yankees and thereafter the then-Florida Marlins before joining the Bills in 1997. He essentially ran the team in the final years of founder Ralph Wilson’s life, and Brandon steered the franchise through the search for a new owner. The Pegulas were sufficiently impressed to keep him around — and to expand his influence into their hockey operation.
Some have suggested that Brandon won’t be out of work for long. However, the internal investigation and what it uncovered complicates his future prospects.
Prior to bringing in Talib, the Rams also pulled the trigger on a trade for Kansas City Chiefs interception-machine Marcus Peters. And although Peters is entering the final year of his rookie contract, this is an even better move because he’s only 25 years old and will cost Los Angeles just $1.7 million in 2018.
Since entering the league as a first-round pick in 2015, Peters has 19 picks. No other NFL player has more than 14 during that span.