Thursday, February 4, 2010

Where the Buffalo roam...

Former Miami Dolphins Linebacker Coach, George Edwards was hired as the Florida Gators defensive coordinator in January, but has now forgone that job to accept the same position for the Buffalo Bills.  Edwards said he will replace Buffalo's usual 4-3 scheme with a 3-4 scheme, meaning the entire AFC East will now compete for Nose Tackles and bigger linebackers and elite pass-rushers.

Edwards was the a Dolphins assistant coach for the past 6 seasons in Miami.

20 comments:

  1. The Knight who says Ni!February 4, 2010 at 11:39 AM

    Traitor! Wow! Florida to Buffalo. Good luck with that. LOL

    Some additional Dolphins news.



    Brian Biggane, of the Palm Beach Post, reports Miami Dolphins RB Ronnie Brown said there has been no progress in contract talks with the Dolphins. Brown would be a restricted free agent if there is no collective bargaining agreement.

    Brian Biggane, of the Palm Beach Post, reports Miami Dolphins RB Ronnie Brown (foot) is still not allowed to run after undergoing surgery on his foot 11 weeks ago but said things are going well. "I don't know how this things works. It was a weight-bearing injury, so I couldn't put any weight on it for a while. But now I'm out here walking around and everything feels pretty good. Everything is going real well," Brown said.

    Brian Biggane, of the Palm Beach Post, reports Miami Dolphins CB Vontae Davis (wrist) said he will be ready for the team's offseason workouts and expects to switch to a smaller cast soon for the broken wrist he suffered in Week 17.

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  2. Well I learned a lot about this contract stuff last year, and it's not
    surprising that they haven't talked to Ronnie yet....same time last year
    they hadn't talked to Crowder's agent either.

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  3. The Knight who says Ni!February 4, 2010 at 11:56 AM

    The contract status with Ronnie doesn't bother me at this time. Just reporting some recent news I came across.

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  4. Is That His Real Face or
    Did His Pants Fall Down?

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  5. If RB isn't running there is no use for any talking.  He's not going anywhere.  If I were the Dolphins I don't think I would extend him a contract until I knew if he was totally recoverd.  They will get something done when the time comes.  Unlike JP, Ronnie has never been in the dog house.  Ronnie Brown is a class act and IMO if he returns to his former self, he will get his big fat wallet.

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  6. Did Knight say something about Brian Bigganne
    Wonder if he even gets the name yet?
    sports reporter ...
    Brian Big Gain

    Folks like rhyming names or names that start with the same syllable  good or bad as long as they rhythm
    They can keep repeating them Brian Biggane sean smith sammy sosa tim tebow  cassius clay humpty dumpty cat in the hat
    Who said humans have been dumbed down?
    ocho cinco ?

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  7. The Knight who says Ni!February 5, 2010 at 6:37 AM

    And then the little yellow bus pulled up and beeped it's horn to the rhythm of the rhyme.

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  8. The Knight who says Ni!February 5, 2010 at 7:22 AM

    ESPN.com reports FOXSports.com's Jay Glazer said during a radio interview that a fan heckled and spat on New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan, which promoted Ryan to use an obscene gesture toward the fan. Ryan was fined $50,000 for the incident.

    I don't think Rex is being totally honest. The fan didn't spit on him, he was just letting Rex taste the burrito he was eating.

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  9. Speaking of the Jets, here is proof that Pennington will be cast aside by
    the Dolphins. You can't say stuff like this and expect to survive walking
    onto the field during pregame warmups:
    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/jets/2010/02/05/2010-02-05_chad_pennington_willing_to_return_to_new_york_jets_to_backup_mark_sanchez.html

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  10. tin,

    ok, what is up, i can no longer open your site thru internet explorer.  i had to go thru aaalllllll th trouble of downloading firefox just to open your site.

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  11. The Knight who says Ni!February 5, 2010 at 7:51 AM

    Take care Pennington. Thanks for getting things started here in Miami.

    ffr, Explorer is a horrible browser. Why do you still use it?

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  12. I just threw up a little.... =-O :'( :(

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  13. You should have gotten firefox about 6 years ago. Welcome to sanity. If I
    can help just one person in my life.....blah blah blah....

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  14. Here is the thing that KILLS me about the browser stuff...I use firefox, but then there are places where I am FORCED to use IE because they doesn't recognize me any other way.  This would be my bank and the accounting firm we use.   Why is this?  Is there a reason these financial places only use IE?  Can't everyone just get along?  lol

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  15. "because they doesn't recognize me"
    please refrain from the ebonics before lunchtime...

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  16. I don't see anything wrong with what he said.  He didn't say he WANTED to play for the Jets, only that if he got the best oportunity from them that he would.  He even said it would be hard for him to do it. It's a business.  I left a construction company about 11 years ago to work for there biggest rival / competitor worked there for about 9 years and then went back to the first company.  It was tough, because the competition breeds dislike but I had to pay the mortgage.  After a while you adapt back.  If he took a job with the Jets again, he would bond with them again and then would root against us.  It's wierd, but that's how people are wired.

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  17. dammit....I was editing my thoughts and got a phone call, you need a preview here if you expect no mistakes!    LOL :-D

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  18. Rockphin, that's pure logic, but logic goes out the window when we're
    talking Jets/Dolphins.

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  19. The Knight who says Ni!February 5, 2010 at 9:44 AM

    Don't let anyone force you to do anything. Stand up for your rights and be a rebel!  :)

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  20. If you use MS for anything it will have a dollar bill behind the logic.  Your bank is using MS for all it's software therefore IE doesn't work with firefox for there application.  Making you use IE and look at all those pop ads you can't block, because they programed the advertising into IEs browser.  Remember that MS will get paid for that advertising that you can't block.

                                                  "Money talks and BS walks.  Micro Softs Motto"

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