This is the seventh in a series of film breakdowns of players that the Dolphins could take early in this weekend's draft. Part 1: Haason Reddick. Part 2: Jordan Willis. Part 3: Forrest Lamp. Part 4: Taco Charlton. Part 5: Reuben Foster. Part 6: Jabrill Peppers. If nothing else, you gotta love Chidobe
Jake Long announced his retirement from the NFL. Jake Long will always be a part of NFL history, as all No. 1 overall picks are. Long didn’t have the long, productive NFL career expected of him when the Miami Dolphins made him the top pick in 2008, but that wasn’t necessarily his fault.
As the Miami Dolphins consider the players they'll select in the NFL Draft this week, some measurables have been staples for years — height, weight, speed, strength and tackles and touchdowns. But in an effort to improve their chances of drafting a successful player, Miami has asked a Harvard-educated