Traylor Tackles Saban

Veteran nose tackle Keith Traylor knew all along he wanted to return to the Dolphins for another season in 2007, but only if there was a new coaching staff in place. Traylor didn't mince words on Monday when he talked about his feelings on former Dolphins head coach Nick Saban.
July 30, 2007

Timeout for Traylor

The Dolphins' stout run defense will be missing a key ingredient on Sunday -- and perhaps longer -- with news that nose tackle Keith Traylor will be kept out of action until his right knee, as Coach Nick Saban put it, settles down.
November 15, 2006

Traylor in trouble?

The status of veteran defensive tackle Keith Traylor appeared up in the air earlier in the offseason when the Dolphins tried -- unsuccessfully -- to land free agents like Sam Adams, Ron Edwards and Justin Bannan, so one has to wonder whether his weekend arrest in Oklahoma will cost him a roster spot in Miami.
May 17, 2006

A big pick-up

Coach Nick Saban was busy in the offseason and training camp reshaping the Dolphins' roster, and we made several significant additions to the team, such as veterans Kevin Carter, Vonnie Holliday, Lance Schulters, Gus Frerotte as well as rookies like Ronnie Brown, Channing Crowder and Travis Daniels. But one of his most unheralded personnel moves might turn out to be the best, at least for this year.
September 15, 2005

Former Patriot Traylor Will Make Running Tough

Keith Traylor was a one-year solution for the New England Patriots in their quest to return to the Super Bowl. Traylor filled in admirably for a journeyman nose tackle. He now has a chance to do the same for the Patriots' division rival, the Miami Dolphins. Traylor's knowledge of the Patriots players and their system will make things tougher on the Pats in 2005.
May 31, 2005

Insiders: Miami Closing In On Traylor

Patriots Insiders have learned that the Miami Dolphins are speaking with the agent for Keith Traylor about having the veteran nose tackle join the Patriots' division rival for the 2005 season. Talks heated up when it became apparent that Miami's current interior linemen may not be ready in time for the season. More on the former New England nose tackle Traylor inside.
May 18, 2005

Patriots Newswire: Camp Notes & Free Agency

As news from Foxboro continues to come it's way out of Gillette Stadium and into the media, reports from other NFL cities on the departure of Jim Miller from the Giants and the Ty Law saga continue to be the main headlines for the day. New England fans have continued to follow the team on a regular basis throughout the offseason in spite of news being on the slow side.Today's Newswire is full of information on the Miller story, as well as a new twist to the Ty Law situation.
May 18, 2005