BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Defensive tackle Jordan Phillips preferred re-signing with the Buffalo Bills as payback for providing him a fresh start over the opportunity to test the free agent market next...
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Two people with direct knowledge of the deal tell The Associated Press that defensive tackle Jordan Phillips has agreed to re-sign with the Buffalo Bills.
Phillips penalty hurts as Bills lose to Dolphins 21-17
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Jordan Phillips' eagerness to get the last word backfired on the Buffalo Bills.
The animated defensive tackle drew a costly penalty for taunting his former team, setting up a touchdown with nine minutes left that helped the Miami Dolphins rally past Buffalo 21-17 on Sunday.
Bills DT Phillips will bring hard feelings back to Miami
Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Jordan Phillips is not waiting to tee off on his former team, the Miami Dolphins.
Phillips was released by the Dolphins during Week 5. He said Wednesday he's glad to be gone, and fired up about returning to Miami when the AFC East rivals meet Sunday.
Bills promote safety Marlowe to shore up banged-up secondary
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills have promoted safety Dean Marlowe from their practice squad to shore up a banged-up secondary for their game against the Tennessee Titans.
Buffalo freed up room on its roster by releasing tight end Khari Lee on Saturday.
Marlowe's addition comes with starting safety Micah Hyde and backup Rafael Bush listed questionable to play Sunday. Neither practiced this week, with Hyde dealing with a groin injury and Bush a shoulder injury.
Dolphins hope for better play in trenches against Bengals
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — The drubbing the Miami Dolphins endured last week at New England has tested their vocabulary as they keep searching for new ways to describe the humiliation.
"We just got crushed," coach Adam Gase said Wednesday.
He was talking about his offensive line, but the depiction also fits the defensive line. The Dolphins were dominated in the trenches in a 38-7 defeat, and to have a chance Sunday as one-touchdown underdogs at Cincinnati, they'll need significant improvement up front.
Dolphins DT Phillips released after angry sideline outburst
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — The Miami Dolphins released defensive tackle Jordan Phillips on Tuesday in the wake of his angry sideline outburst after he came out of a lopsided loss at New England.
"Free at last free at last," Phillips wrote in an Instagram post that was later deleted. "Good luck to my brothers on the team. I'll miss ya'll, but I couldn't be happier to be out of there. ... Sometimes you got to put your future in your own hands and live with it."
MIAMI (AP) — Defensive tackle Akeem Spence has been acquired by the Miami Dolphins from the Detroit Lions for a late-round draft pick in 2019.
The Dolphins swung the deal announced Thursday to plug a hole created when they released five-time Pro Bowl tackle Ndamukong Suh for salary cap reasons. Spence will join a rotation at tackle that also includes Jordan Phillips, Davon Godchaux and Vincent Taylor.
Dolphins’ Phillips calls Patriots’ Andrews ‘dirty player’
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips has called New England Patriots center David Andrews a "dirty player" in an Instagram post.
Phillips' comment Tuesday was accompanied by a video of the play on which he injured his left leg in Monday night's Miami victory.
Andrews went at Phillips' legs trying to block him on a screen pass. Phillips limped off the field, but later returned to the game.
Miami Dolphins’ Jordan Phillips questionable for tonight’s game vs Ravens; Vincent Taylor may play DT
Former Oklahoma State standout Vincent Taylor likely would play some at defensive tackle if former Oklahoma Sooners standout Jordan Phillips cannot play in tonight's Miami Dolphins-Baltimore Ravens game, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Due to an ankle injury, Phillips is listed as questionable for tonight's NFL game.
Phillips is a 2015 second round NFL Draft pick by the Dolphins, while Taylor was a sixth-round pick in last year's draft, also by the Dolphins.
Dolphins’ Maxwell inactive vs. Saints; Tankersley to start
LONDON (AP) — Cornerback Byron Maxwell is inactive for the Miami Dolphins' game against the New Orleans Saints at Wembley Stadium on Sunday after injuring a hamstring in the team's walk-through the day before.
Maxwell will be replaced in the starting lineup by rookie Cordrea Tankersley, a third-round draft pick out of Clemson who will be making his debut after being inactive the first two games.