NFL Free Agent Frenzy – who made a splash?

Kate Arhar
Senior Sports Editor

By Kate Arhar // @ClvlndK8 

The first day of the NFL’s “Free Agent Frenzy” period is over and a few teams made quite a splash. And even though free agency hasn’t truly started, the legal tampering period has brought some great news to some teams.

This is the time of year where Armchair Experts try to predict what their teams will do and are filled with either excitement over signings or depression when their team isn’t as active as they think they should be.

While the drama surrounding the trade of Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown to the Oakland Raiders took a lot of the focus over the weekend, Monday’s free agent activity brought us all back into the mix.

The Buffalo Bills and Detroit Lions made the loudest noise in adding talent to struggling teams. Their fanbases seem to be really excited about the possibilities these new players bring, but they aren’t the only teams who were active yesterday.

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Dolphins pull off “Boise” for the win against Patriots

Lisa
Lisa Johnson,
Miami Dolphins Reporter

By Lisa Johnson // @LJ1303 

Dolphins 34 – Patriots 33

Let me first start out by saying…”Alright Miami!” because that was my very first thought after watching the Dolphins pull off a miracle last play to win the game. I could hear good ole Jim “Mad Dog” Mandich’s voice in my head.

A fitting end to a very typical AFC East match-up. A game that saw nine lead changes, which now stands as the second most in an NFL game.

Don’t think many fans would have expected that outcome when it comes to a shoot-out with future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady.

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Grading the Dolphins 3rd preseason game vs Ravens

Lisa
Official Reporter Miami Dolphins

By Lisa Johnson // @LJ1303

Dolphins 10 – 27 Ravens

In preseason game #3 we saw the starters play the entire first half.  Earlier in the week, Head Coach Adam Gase wasn’t sure if we would see running back Frank Gore or not.  It was announced shortly before the game that Gore would dress for the first time this season.

Gore saw very limited action.  He only carried the ball 1 time for -2 yards. Then he caught a short pass out of the backfield for 1 yard.  The rainy conditions and wet field probably made up Gase’s mind to end Gore’s night after that.

The offense started out slowly, which was a disappointment considering Ravens Coach John Harbaugh sat all of his starters.   Later in the second quarter, however, quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the offense put together some nice drives.

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