Last season, Reuben Foster worked out for three NFL teams – the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Jets. However, he was unable to secure a contract from any of them. With the offseason in full swing, Foster is once again conducting workouts with NFL teams. According to...
The Miami Dolphins have had a whirlwind of an offseason, not only bringing in the likes of wide receiver Tyreek Hill and new head coach Mike McDaniel, but recently signing cornerback Xavien Howard to a historic contract extension as well. Now, they may be looking at adding a former standout Alabama linebacker and first-round draft selection who hasn't played in an NFL game since 2018.
Former Alabama football, star linebacker, Reuben Foster is being given a look by the Miami Dolphins. Foster has not played in an NFL game since Oct. 28, 2018. A late first-round NFL Draft pick in 2017, Foster has played in 16 NFL games. He was a starter for the San Francisco 49ers in every one of them.
The Dolphins are auditioning linebacker Reuben Foster (Twitter link via Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald). Foster is now healthy — per Jackson’s sources — and eager to mount another comeback. [RELATED: Dolphins Re-Sign J. Jenkins]. Foster has history with new Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel, dating...
Heading into the 2017 NFL Draft there was a list of players that many deemed as #elite prospects. Far and away, the best at their position. Alabama middle linebacker Reuben Foster fit the bill. He was a thumper. A hard-hitting linebacker that could change the middle of an NFL defense. He was also a multi-year starter—or so I thought.
Alabama’s hardest-hitting linebacker in the Nick Saban era is making an NFL comeback. Reuben Foster has been out of the league since late 2020, but he is working out with the Miami Dolphins. Barry Jackson, who covers the team for the Miami Herald, reported the news today. Foster was selected in the first round (No. 31 overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. He showed promise, but off-field issues led to him getting released from the team.
The Miami Dolphins will host free-agent linebacker Reuben Foster on a free agent visit, working out the former first-round draft pick on Friday. Adding Foster could give the Dolphins a solid depth player on the roster, though the linebacker has struggled to remain healthy through much of his career. The free-agent visit was first reported by the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson.
Former Alabama football linebacker Reuben Foster worked out with the Miami Dolphins on Friday, according to the Miami Herald, in an attempt to make a return to the NFL. Foster was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft after winning the Butkus Award in his final year at Alabama.
Reuben Foster would not be New York’s answer for its linebacker problems, Jets coach Robert Salehi indicated on Monday. And it looks as though the former Alabama All-American won’t be as the Jets started practice for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. When Saleh held his Monday press conference, New...
Earlier this week, it was announced that linebacker Reuben Foster would work out for the Cleveland Browns. Foster was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft out of Alabama. He had a fine rookie season, racking up 72 tackles and five quarterback hits. However, his professional career has been derailed by injuries and off-field issues.
BEREA-- The Browns are bringing in a free agent linebacker for a visit. The Browns are set to host linebacker Reuben Foster for a free agent visit Friday morning, a league source tells theobr.com. ESPN was first with the news. The visit will be a chance for the two sides...
The Browns have made some suspicious decisions in the past but signing Reuben Foster would be one decision too far. The team already has enough people on redemption arcs, the last thing they need is a man who’s been accused of domestic violence twice in the same calendar year. It boggles the mind that GM Andrew Berry is actually thinking that players with little-to-no character are going to help the team succeed.
This is a theme for Andrew Berry this season. He is trying to catch lightning in a bottle with former first-round draft picks. Berry signed Jadeveon Clowney and Takk McKinley. He also took a chance on a former second-round pick in Malik McDowell which appears to be paying dividends. Foster,...
The Browns will audition Reuben Foster on Friday, according to a source who spoke with Kimberley A. Martin of ESPN.com (on Twitter). Foster probably won’t be signed straight away, but he could be a candidate for the roster after Sunday’s game against the Texans. [RELATED: Mayfield, Browns Haven’t Had “Substantive...
The Cleveland Browns will take a look at Reuben Foster, though defensive coordinator Joe Woods said he is content with the team's linebackers.