MIAMI DOLPHINS (7-9)
New faces: Coach Brian Flores, QBs Ryan Fitzpatrick and Josh Rosen, DT Christian Wilkins, CBs Eric Rowe and Johnson Bademosi, DE Nate Orchard, LBs Sam Eguavoen and Vince...
MIAMI (AP) — Veteran safety T.J. McDonald, who started 14 games for the Miami Dolphins last season, has been released.
McDonald, a six-year veteran with 75 career starts, was due to make $5...
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Receiver Allen Hurns, coming back from a gruesome leg injury, is at the Miami Dolphins training camp in hopes of landing a job.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Two-time Pro Bowl safety Reshad Jones reported Tuesday to the Miami Dolphins' mandatory mini-camp after skipping earlier voluntary offseason practices.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — NFL interception co-leader Xavien Howard is doubtful for the Miami Dolphins' game Sunday at Minnesota.
The cornerback missed last week's game against New England with a left knee injury and didn't practice this week.
Safety T.J. McDonald is questionable because of an ankle injury.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Miami Dolphins safety T.J. McDonald, still steaming Monday about a receiving a costly penalty, said rules protecting the safety of offensive players are hurting the game.
"It's getting out of hand, man," McDonald said. "We've got a job to do. It's not fantasy football. It's getting kind of crazy."
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake is doubtful for Sunday's game at Cincinnati with a knee injury.
Wake sat out practice for the third day in a row Friday. He has been nursing the injury for a couple of weeks but hasn't missed a game since 2016.
Cornerback Bobby McCain (knee) and tight end A.J. Derby (foot) were ruled out. Seven players were listed as questionable, including safeties Reshad Jones (shoulder) and T.J. McDonald (foot) and receiver DeVante Parker (quad).
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Three-time Pro Bowl tight end Delanie Walker will have surgery on his right ankle in the next few days, and Tennessee coach Mike Vrabel said the Titans will decide if the veteran might be able to return later this season.
The Titans placed Walker on injured reserve Monday and signed tight end MyCole Pruitt off Houston's practice squad.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Three-time Pro Bowl tight end Delanie Walker has been placed on injured reserve after the Tennessee Titans' season opener.
The Titans announced the move Monday before coach Mike Vrabel's news conference. Tennessee signed tight end MyCole Pruitt off Houston's practice squad.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — After a bumpy start to the 2017 season, the New England Patriots are again the team to beat in the AFC East.
The Patriots (8-2) have overcome a preseason injury to receiver Julian Edelman and season-ending shoulder injury to linebacker Dont'a Hightower to post six straight victories following a 2-2 start .
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Dolphins say Damien Williams will get the start at running back on Monday night against the Carolina Panthers.
He's expected to split time in the backfield with Kenyan Drake.
Safety T.J. McDonald, who is returning from an eight-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, will also start.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Miami Dolphins right tackle Ja'Wuan James has been placed on injured reserve because of a left hamstring injury, ending his season.
James was hurt in last Sunday night's loss to Oakland . Jesse Davis, who has two career starts, will take over at right tackle Monday night at Carolina, ending James' streak of 25 consecutive starts.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Even when the Miami Dolphins trailed 40-0 in the fourth quarter of a prime-time fiasco, suspended safety T.J. McDonald stuck with his team, watching on TV at home and wishing he could do something to help.
Now he can. McDonald completed his eight-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, and he's expected to start in his Dolphins debut Monday night at Carolina.
"I can't wait to watch him play," coach Adam Gase said.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — The Miami Dolphins have placed starting guard Anthony Steen and starting safety Nate Allen on injured reserve, ending their seasons, and both spots are expected to be filled soon by players who have been sidelined.
LOS ANGELES RAMS (4-12)
New faces: Coach Sean McVay, defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, WR Sammy Watkins, WR Robert Woods, LT Andrew Whitworth, LB Connor Barwin, C John Sullivan, CB Kayvon Webster.
Key losses: WR Kenny Britt, TE Lance Kendricks, OL Greg Robinson, WR Brian Quick, S T.J. McDonald, DL William Hayes, DL Dominique Easley (injury), QB Case Keenum.
MIAMI DOLPHINS (10-7)
New faces: QB Jay Cutler, TE Julius Thomas, LB Lawrence Timmons, TE Anthony Fasano, first-round pick DE Charles Harris, DE William Hayes, S Nate Allen, S T.J. McDonald.
Key losses: Defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, LT Branden Albert, TE Dion Sims, S Isa Abdul-Quddus, TE Jordan Cameron, DE Mario Williams, DT Earl Mitchell.
MIAMI (AP) — Suspended safety T.J. McDonald signed a $24 million, four-year extension through 2021 with the Miami Dolphins, who also decided Saturday to keep five undrafted rookies — at least for now.
MIAMI (AP) — Defensive end Dion Jordan was released Friday by the Miami Dolphins, solidifying his status as a draft bust.
Jordan started one game and totaled three sacks after being taken with the No. 3 overall draft pick four years ago.
Jordan was reinstated by the NFL in July following a 15-month suspension for his latest violation of the league's substance abuse policy. He spent last season rehabilitating from knee surgery and hasn't played since 2014.
BAGSHOT, England (AP) — The Los Angeles Rams have allowed more than 400 total yards twice this season and won both games.
That's why they're not concerned by any potential challenge posed at Twickenham Stadium in southwest London on Sunday by New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — When the Los Angeles Rams desperately needed a big play in the final minute of their last two games, the defense delivered it.
That knack has the Rams (2-1) off to their best start in the decade despite a litany of concerns about everything from scoring to penalties.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The nation's second-largest city has waited nearly 22 years for Sunday.
When the Rams take the field in a sold-out Coliseum for their first regular-season home game of the season, the NFL will truly, officially return to Los Angeles.
A football-loving town had both of its teams simultaneously taken away by two owners with wanderlust after the 1994 season. But Stan Kroenke has brought the game back to a sprawling town that seems eager to unite behind the Rams.