Last offseason, after working with Dolphins defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah at his popular local training facilities, Pete Bommarito offered a prediction: “You will see the real Emmanuel Ogbah this year. He’s a 280-pound guy who can run a 4.5. That proved prescient; Ogbah produced a career-high nine sacks, along with three forced fumbles.
The Houston Texans are now willing to listen to trade offers for disgruntled quarterback Deshaun Watson and the Dolphins have not eliminated themselves from the running, according to a source with direct knowledge. While the Dolphins remain interested to see how Tua Tagovailoa develops, they also continue to do due diligence to see if landing the three-time Pro Bowl quarterback is realistic, the source said.
The Dolphins' Mike Gesicki and the Bengals' Clark Harris stopped by a lemonade stand and youth football camp while visiting their hometown. STAFFORD, NJ — It's not every day you see an NFL player standing in line at a lemonade stand. But the Miami Dolphins' tight end Mike Gesicki and the Cincinnati Bengals' long snapper Clark Harris were among the customers who stopped by one in Stafford Township on Sunday.