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BY NICK ST. DENISStop the presses -- the Miami Dolphins are on a signing spree.With the start of free agency still a month away, teams are beefing up their arsenal of prospective practice squaders, and Miami made some moves in that regard Friday.The Dolphins announced the signing of receiver Ryan Spadola, defensive tackle Isaako Aaitui, running back Cameron Marshall, tight end Kyle Miller, H-back Emmanuel Ogbuehi, offensive tackle Michael Ola and offensive tackle Jason Weaver.According to The Sun Sentinel, all but Ola, who spent the last two seasons in the Canadian Football League, finished 2013 on the Dolphins' practice squad.Spadola is an intriguing prospect, as he had a good preseason last year with the New York Jets but was cut in early October. At the time, the Jets needed an extra body at another position in preperation for their game against the Atlanta Falcons.Gang Green wanted to bring him back, but he opted instead to sign with Miami. He was released and signed again b...
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The 2013 season for the Miami Dolphins started fast. 3-0 fast to be specific. The season ended just as quickly with 2 catastrophic losses to division rivals.
For example, the frantic and heart-racing finishes to the Pittsburgh and New England games in weeks 14 and 15 in Miami.
Or the whirlwind that surrounded the Dolphins when Jonathan Martin abruptly left the team and a media stakeout...
According to MiamiDolphins.com, the team announced the signing of seven players on Friday.
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With the 2013 season concluding and the disappointing end to the season for the Dolphins, to say the least, the 2014 NFL draft is on all the fans’ minds. All signs point to Eric Ebron, the 6’4”, 245 pound tight end from the University of North Carolina, being the targeted as the 1st round selection for Coach Philibin and his staff. Ebron obviously showed his freakishly athletic...
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports breaks down some of the major offseason decisions the Dolphins will be faced with in the coming months.
The first of which is impending free agent CB Brent Grimes who La Canfora’s sources refer to as the Dolphins No. 1 offseason priority.
La Canfora adds that the franchise tag is in play for Grimes, which would be unfortunate for him...
Today Richie Incognito took his frustration to Twitter on Thursday, taking a shot at Wells’ law firm. Paul, Weiss, Rifkind — Really taking your time on this one. Not like my career and life have been in the balance for 3 months. - Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) February 6, 2014 Wells’ firm released a statement Wednesday saying […]The post Richie Incognito has every right...
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross laid down the gauntlet last week when he said he doesn’t anticipate embattled offensive linemen Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin returning to the team following last season’s high-profile bullying scandal.
Incognito’s situation is simple. He will become an unrestricted free agent in March and simply won’t be re-signed in Miami. However...
Over the weekend, NFL Network reported that the Ted Wells investigation would be released on Thursday. Thereafter, Ted Wells said the report’s not coming until late next week, or early the following week.
That’s apparently not good enough for Dolphins guard Richie Incognito. He has taken to Twitter to complain about the delayed resolution of the case.
“Paul, Weiss, Rifkind...
The Miami Dolphins have plenty of cap space and an owner more than willing to spend big money (as they pronounced to candidates on countless occasions during their bizarre and meandering general manager search).
What they do not have, however, is much institutional strength or proven know-how, with the lingering dysfunction of that GM search still a topic in league circles as the...
Richie Incognito may want to quit while he is ahead. Earlier this week, the Miami Dolphins lifted a suspension they had on the offensive guard, shortly after Incognito’s attorney released 1000 text messages between his client and Jonathan Martin. Martin and his legal team have accused Incognito of bullying Martin, but the texts seem to […]Continue reading...
It is back to business as usual for Ritchie Incognito on Wednesday.According to thesportngnews.com, the embattled guard for the Miami Dolphins had his suspension left by the team after he was suspended for his part in the incident with fellow offensive lineman, Jonathan Martin midway through the 2013 season.The move was one that was agreed upon by all parties involved, not a statement...
Miami lifted Richie Incognito’s indefinite suspension on Tuesday. The veteran left guard will be an unrestricted free agent on March 11, and the Dolphins don’t want him back.
Incognito has a stench of controversy stuck to him since allegations of bullying teammate Jonathan Martin were levied near midseason.
Opinions about his conduct are varied and polarizing, but his portrayal...
Richie Incognito has been back on Twitter since his suspension has been lifted. He even tweeted his support for Jonathan Martin. In yet another strange twist in this story, he is now saying that Martin’s agent isn’t trustworthy and screwed him:
I guess you could say that Martin’s agent did give him some bad advice but who knows if he went rogue with all the bully stuff. He...
Former Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams thinks the NFL’s policy on marijuana is a joke. He also believes the NFL couldn’t care less if players smoke weed or not but enforce their drug policies to maintain a positive image as a family friendly business.
This seems pretty accurate. What type of message would the NFL be sending if they removed the ban on marijuana. Of...
At the beginning of the 2013 off-season, Miami Dolphins fans were craving for a number one wide receiver. A wide receiver that be the “alpha” wide receiver that the offense has been lacking for a while. A consistent wide receiver that would be the “big play” wide receiver that this offense needed. Well Mike Wallace happened to be a free agent in the off season and Dolphins...