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When Joe Philbin said he was implementing a zero tolerance policy he meant it. Per Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero Joe Philbin made the decision to let go Chad Johnson and the ownership was behind him 100 %.
Although Chad does not have a long history of criminal offense and he generally only causes headaches with his mouth at press conferences, after everything the Dolphins went through with Brandon Marshall they were left with no choice but to move on from the diva receiver.
Joe Philbin passes his first test under pressure in Miami as he absolutely made the right decision to move on from Chad Johnson. This team cannot afford off the field distractions and Johnson’sarrest goes against the family and strong culture Joe is trying to build in Miami.
Johnson released won’t cost the Dolphins much money as his contract was based on if he made the week 1 roster.
The Dolphins now might look to signing another vet receiver as a roster spot how now freed up however look for Roberto Walla...
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Chad Johnson was arrested for alleged domestic violence outside his home after allegedly head-butting his wife during an argument.
Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has gone on the record in regards to why the team cut Chad Johnson in a presser that was televised on the NFL Network.
Philbin assumed a stance that painted a picture that the decision was based on a “body of work” that was put together “both on and off-the-field.”
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Well that was quick. Miami Dolphins defensive captain was a guest on the Sid Rosenberg show on 640 AM in Miami and had some strong opinions on the teams decision to release wide receiver Chad Johsnon following his arrest for domestic violence on Saturday night.
This can’t be going over well with new head coach Joe Philbin, whose decision it was to cut Johnson. He first major...
So much for Chad Johnson turning over that new leaf.
According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and NFL.com, Johnson was arrested in Davie, Fl. on Saturday night for domestic violence.
The incident took place in a car, where the Dolphins receiver allegedly head-butted his wife, Evelyn Lozada, during a "heated argument." Cops on the scene noted Lozada had "a ...
John Jerry entered the offseason as the projected started at right guard, with Vernon Carey gone. Jerry, a 2010 3rd round pick, was drafted to be a starter by this point. However, he struggled in offseason practices and soon fell below Artis Hicks, who was a backup in Cleveland last season and heading into his age 34 season. They also signed Eric Steinbach, heading into his age 32...
According to Ben Volin of The Palm Beach Post, the future of wide receiver Chad Johnson is currently in doubt as a member of the Miami Dolphins.
“Dolphins receiver Chad Johnson’s standing with the Dolphins remained in doubt Sunday following his arrest Saturday night on a domestic violence charge stemming from an altercation with his wife,” reported Volin.
It's far from a crisis, but Dolphins rookie head coach Joe Philbin is facing a bit of a backlash with his handling of the Chad Johnson situation. At least one prominent Dolphins player isn't happy Philbin decided to jettison the controversial wide receiver after his arrest on domestic violence charges. "I hate that we didn't stand behind him," linebacker Karlos...
As you probably already know, Chad Johnson of the Miami Dolphins was arrested on domestic violence charges yesterday. Luckily for him he was able to get in front of a judge early this morning (in some states he would have been in jail until Monday, oh the horror!). Bond was set at $2500 in a very quick hearing as you can see in the video below.
I’m interested to see how this plays...
As @jayglazer reported, Dolphins have released WR Chad Johnson.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 13, 2012
Gonna be an interesting episode of hard knocks this week, after Chad Johnson was arrested. Remember what he said last week?
For those who don’t have twitter accounts or are dead to the world on weekends, Chad was arrested for allegedly head-butting his wife which...
So the Miami Dolphins decided to part ways with wide receiver Chad Johnson on Sunday in the wake of Johnson's arrest stemming from a domestic battery incident involving him and his wife on Saturday night. This was supposed to be the time when we would see a revival of a career that had fallen on hard times last season in New England. Johnson was probably going to be the Dolphins...
Innocent until proven guilty right? That theory does not apply when you bring unwanted attention to your business.
The Miami Dolphins are completely within their rights to cut Chad Johnson because he made a mistake that they do not want affiliated with their team.
The league has reported that the 34-year-old has already cleared out his locker at training camp.
Even if his account...
Assigned a $2,500 bail today, Miami Dolphins veteran wide receiver Chad Johnson will be released from jail following his arrest on a domestic violence charge for allegedly head-butting his wife, Evelyn Lozada, and causing a laceration on her forehead. Johnson hasn't been formally charged. If he is, it's a misdemeanor. Johnson is starting for the Dolphins, but his status could...
Well the Chad Johnson experiment didn’t last long in South Beach.
A day after the former star wide out was arrested on domestic violence charges for head butting his wife over a receipt for a box of condoms, the Miami Dolphins released Chad Johnson. (Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer)
The move immediately makes HBO’s Hard Knocks more excited but leaves the Dolphins with Davone Bess...
Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin on why the team released WR Chad