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Tim Tebow’s game-tying two-point conversion run on Sunday in Miami was aided by the Dolphins coming out in the wrong defense, multiple Miami players say. Dolphins defensive end Kendall Langford told the Palm Beach Post that he, nose tackle Paul Soliai and defensive end Randy Starks all should have been on the field for the…
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The Dolphins tight end lashed out at the team's fans who have jumped on the "Suck for Luck" bandwagon, calling them disloyal fans and referring to their actions as "sick."
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When the Dolphins began the 2011 season with five straight losses, it became no secret that Tony Sparano was on the hot seat. If Sparano thought the seat was warm prior to Sunday, it must be too scorching to even sit on after allowing Tim Tebow to erase a 15-point lead and beat Miami in [...]
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Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano isn’t happy with “sick” fans of the team, who want the won-loss record to be sufficiently bad to secure dibs on Andrew Luck. Fasano and at least one teammate also aren’t happy with the franchise’s decision to celebrate Tebow’s college team during a Dolphins home game. “[I]t was awful,” Fasano…
Miami held Denver in check for most of the game, then fell apart in the final five minutes.
With his team 0-6 and his dismissal seemingly inevitable, it would be easy for Tony Sparano to be swallowed by an avalanche of doom, gloom and negativity.
Tony Sparano is still coaching the Miami Dolphins, but the team may already be looking for his replacement, starting with the biggest of fish in the coaching pond: former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher.
CBSSports.com reported Tuesday that intermediaries for the team recently contacted "people close to Cowher" about becoming Miami's next head coach.
Sage Rosenfels is out for the season, once again. The Dolphins placed Rosenfels on the non-football injury list Tuesday and signed J.P. Losman to replace him on the roster. The Giants also put Rosenfels on injured reserve earlier this year when Rosenfels struggled with strep throat and back issues. Eventually Rosenfels was released by the…
Let's get right to the hard truth of it all: Andrew Luck is a very good quarterback and the Miami Dolphins are much better off losing every game they have left in order to draft him and fortify themselves at the most important position in football for the next 15 years.
That's a FACT. Winning four games and missing out on both Luck and Landry Jones would unquestionably...
BATON ROUGE - Renowned chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto, in light of the catastrophic tornadoes that ripped through Tuscaloosa, Ala,, on April 27, have partnered with longtime friend Bob Baumhower, an Alabama football legend and former Miami Dolphins nose tackle, for a special event.