When and if Brown receives playing time this week he’ll be running behind a creaky offensive line boosted by the return of Jason Peters.
I’m not sure if I’m more amazed that J.P. Losman still receives consideration for quarterback vacancies, or that he was actually signed, even if it’s just the Dolphins doing something that’s so Dolphins of them.
Braylon Edwards returned to practice Tuesday, and will likely play Sunday for the first time since suffering a knee injury that required surgery in Week 1.
The roots of the Miami Dolphins’ winless and hopeless season won’t be found in any one specific loss. They can be traced back to last winter when an inexperienced and unintelligent owner boarded a plane to California to interview Jim Harbaugh without first making a decision on Tony Sparano‘s fate. That’s when a selfish, every man for himself mentality was born in South Beach, starting at the top and spreading throughout the locker room.