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Well, we can add Anthony Fasano to the list of Miami Dolphins’ players ripping Dolphins fans. Last week, it was Karlos Dansby and his “it’s not right bro” comments. This week, Anthony Fasano gave his thoughts on Dolphins fans that support Suck for Luck. The quotest below are from the story about the Dolphins TE [...]
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An 0-6 record appears to be taking its toll on the harmony inside Miami's locker room. Commenting on Bush's statement following the team's latest loss that the team stinks, Bell said, "He stinks."
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…
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Brandon Marshall is a beast on the football field (when he has a decent QB throwing to him), but he also has a beast living inside his head.
As everyone could have suspected, Brandon suffers from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). This disease affects its sufferers by causing drastic mood disturbances, instability, and dissociation. Brandon released this PSA to make the world...
There is discord in the Miami Dolphins locker room. Yeremiah Bell is mad that Reggie Bush said "This team stinks" after the Dolphins' painful 18-15 loss to Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
"We were up 15 points with what, five minutes left to go? And we couldn’t win it? It’s disgusting," Bush said at the time.
Bush's candor is what disgusts...
Football nomad Bill Parcells came into South Florida with a reputation for quickly turning around franchises.
When Wayne Huizenga stole Parcells from the Atlanta Falcons, handed him a vice president of football operations position for a 1-15 team, the Tuna promised to build a foundation that would set the Miami Dolphins up to not just win now, but in the foreseeable future.
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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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.
An official scoring change is now giving the Miami Dolphins credit for six sacks instead of seven on Denver quarterback Tim Tebow.
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.
There's little doubt that the Miami Dolphins are not only one of the NFL's worst teams, but also quite possibly the most dysfunctional. Their 18-15 overtime loss to the Denver Broncos last Sunday saw a tribute to the 2008 national champion Florida Gators (which, of course, included Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow), a visit by Urban Meyer to the sidelines as Dolphins head...