Ja'Wuan James

#70T,
Height: 6' 6"
Weight: 307
Born:
College: Tennessee
Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia
Draft: 2014 1st round (19th pick) by the
  • Alshon Jeffery on Cutler's Devante Parker comment: 'Whatever Jay says'
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    Alshon Jeffery on Cutler's Devante Parker comment: 'Whatever Jay says'

    Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer Close Follow on Twitter PHILADELPHIA -- Quarterback Jay Cutler and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will share the field once again this week as the Philadelphia Eagles host the Miami Dolphins for a pair of joint practices in front of Thursday's preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field. "It's going to be great," said Jeffery on Sunday, the day before Cutler's scheduled arrival. "I'm pretty sure we'll catch up. I'm always rooting for him, so it's going to be great." The two were battery mates on the Chicago Bears for five seasons. Jeffery had a couple big years with Cutler at the helm, including 2014 when he caught 85 balls for over 1,100 yards with 10 touchdowns. They

  • Dolphins rank 25th in ESPN's Power Rankings
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    Dolphins rank 25th in ESPN's Power Rankings

    The Miami Dolphins had rough three weeks of training camp filled with injuries. Now, it seems ESPN believes the Dolphins will have a difficult time overcoming the injuries on their team. In their latest power rankings, ESPN ranks the Miami Dolphins 25th out of the 32 teams in the league. Here’s what the network had to say about ranking the Dolphins at No. 25 Jay Cutler did have one of his best seasons under coach Adam Gase, but his completion percentage and touchdown-to-interception ratio that year each ranked 14th or worse leaguewide. Don’t be surprised if Matt Moore is elevated to No. 1 at some point soon. To no one’s surprise, the New England Patriots were No. 1 on ESPN’s power rankings list.

  • True Stories From True North -- Insider Tales From A Celebrity Golf Professional
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    True Stories From True North -- Insider Tales From A Celebrity Golf Professional

    If you don’t mind a little dew on your shoes, golf courses, especially private ones, are often places to find celebrities or follow in the footsteps of the famous. Longtime PGA professional Michael Kernicki, now the general manager at True North Golf Club, an upscale, pristine enclave in Harbor Springs, a boating community in the heart of “Pure Michigan,” sometimes shares his “star stories.” “Meeting Bill Murray, as you might expect, was a trip,” says Kernicki, who was the golf professional at Indian Creek Country Club, located on an island in the Intracoastal Waterway in Miami. Miami Dolphins football coach Don Shula; international singing sensation Julio Iglesias; and PGA Tour player Raymond