It's no secret: the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets don't like each other. There's something extra in the air when these two teams meet, and this week will mark the second time they clash this season. Inevitably, when the game gets close, the trash talking gets louder. Except now, Laron Landry has decided to take it to a new level - and he's pretty dumb for it.
The Miami Dolphins face off against the Arizona Cardinals tomorrow, as both teams try to deal with various injuries. Players like running back Reggie Bush, defensive end Darnell Dockett, and tight end Todd Heap all litter the injury report for the two teams.
Miami Dolphins cornerback Richard Marshall sat out practice yesterday, bringing into question his availability for the team's game against the Arizona Cardinals this weekend. Marshall has been battling a back-injury all season.
Before the Miami Dolphins took on the New York Jets last Sunday, Jets coach Rex Ryan talked about wanting to put some "hot sauce" on Dolphins running back Reggie Bush. During the game, Bush suffered a knee injury, bringing "bounty" focus on Ryan's comments. Now, Ryan has clarified his statement, explaining that Bush misunderstood the comments.
Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush was injured during the Dolphins' game against the New York Jets this past weekend. Bush's bruised knee forced him to stay on the sideline during today's practice.