Found July 26, 2012 on
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Chad Johnson is Ochocinco no more. The always outspoken Wideout is with a new team this season, the Miami Dolphins, and has officially taken his last name back. In addition to all that newness (including being a newlywed) Johnson has announced that more of the “old Chad” will be showing up in Miami. “This season [...]
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Earlier today, Miami Dolphins players officially reported to training camp in Davie. Dolphins’ players were given their playbooks, yearly physicals and conditioning tests. Interestingly, the Dolphins waited until today, the first official day of training camp, to add another veteran to the roster. Earlier today, the Dolphins signed veteran guard, Eric Steinbach to a contract. [...]
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Johnson, formerly known as Chad Ochocinco, says that he’s going to have a “monster year” now that he’s no longer being held back the way he was last season.
“This season is going to be a monster year. I don’t care who’s playing quarterback. I’m going to have a great year. The first day I get to camp, everybody’s mouth...
The Miami Dolphins players begin reporting to camp today and tomorrow, with the first team practice taking place on Friday. As we mentioned earlier this week, the Dolphins have some work to do off the field, as they still have 3 unsigned rookies. The Dolphins are trying to beat the clock by signing all 3 [...]
Just as training camp is supposed to start, the Miami Dolphins have three players unsigned: QB Ryan Tannehill, DE Olivier Vernon, and TE Michael Egnew. While the Miami Dolphins enter camp this week, these three rookies could be looking at a delay of joining their teammates; critical time could be missed by promising 1st round pick Ryan Tannehill who is expected to compete with...
Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill, still unsigned, missed the Miami Dolphins' first practice of training camp Friday.
The eighth pick in the draft, Tannehill is the first quarterback selected in the first round by the Dolphins since they took Dan Marino in 1983.
Tannehill's agent, Pat Dye Jr., did not respond to an email requesting comment.
"He's obviously not...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill is working out at the IMG Football Academy with former NFL quarterback Chris Weinke.
Tannehill has to find a way to be ready for training camp when his contract finally gets done.
Weinke trained Panthers quarterback Cam Newton last year during the lockout
As the Dolphins entered camp earlier today, there was one glaring absence, first round draft pick Ryan Tannehill was not with his team.
Tannehill, the Dolphins' quarterback of the future, remains unsigned by the Dolphins. The delay is frustrating for an organization trying to move on after yet another disappointing season in 2011. General Manager Jeff Ireland expressed as much...
This afternoon, the Miami Dolphins addressed their needs at guard with the signing of Eric Steinbach. The story was broken by Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post.A veteran of 9 years in the league, Steinbach brings durability and consistency to the position of guard sorely needed on the Miami Dolphins. Steinbach has started 124 of 125 games until being out with a back injury requiring...
It's not easy to struggle when you're catching passes from Tom Brady, but that's exactly what Chad Johnson -- then Chad Ochocinco -- did last season with the Patriots. Now he's predicting a bounce-back season, even if it's Oprah Winfrey who's under center for the Miami Dolphins. "This season is going to be a monster year," Johnson said, according...