Michael Preston

#19WR,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 220
Born:
College: Heidelberg
Birth Place: Euclid, Ohio
Draft: Undrafted
  • Another encouraging Tannehill sign; Undrafted WR emerges; Dolphins notes
    Miami Herald

    Another encouraging Tannehill sign; Undrafted WR emerges; Dolphins notes

    A six-pack of Dolphins notes on a Friday: • What’s most encouraging about Ryan Tannehill is: A) how he improved under Adam Gase and B) how he’s back to 100 percent (in his estimation) after a frightening knee injury. But to a lesser extent, this is also heartening to the Dolphins: He continues to emerge as a leader, which is vital to the quarterback position. Tannehill’s ability to be a vocal, in-your-face leader had been a serious question, even a bit of a concern, earlier in his career. It shouldn’t be now. “Well, even as a rookie, I thought he was very poised and had great leadership qualities,” said new tight end Anthony Fasano, who played with Tannehill his rookie season before leaving and

  • The Cheat Sheet

    11 NFL Records That No One Has Been Able to Break

    In the National Football League, that saying couldn’t be any more true. In fact, it seems like there is a record of some sort being broken every week during the regular season. Narrowing it down wasn’t easy, but we believe we found the 10 most unbreakable records in NFL history.

  • Yardbarker

    What the Buffalo Bills need to do to compete in the AFC East this season

    It may be a lot to ask for Coach Sean McDermott and his new staff to lead the Buffalo Bills to the top of the division in his first year, especially with the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots holding down the division for most of the 2000s.  However, continuity on the offensive side of the ball, and a switch to a 4-3 defense which had them successful before Rex Ryan’s tenure could show some improvement for the club. McDermott also has a significantly different coaching style in comparison to Ryan, as he is more responsible, and holds his players more accountable.  The one thing Bills fans can be sure of this year is that the Bills won’t beat themselves, which was a major problem