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You KNOW players are making too much money, when the owner can fine you $10,000 for downloading a game. It is 2012 and with the world depending on technology and everything going digital, it should come as no surprise that the Miami Dolphins supplied their players with iPads to further enhance their team experience. Players [...]
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I think that we can all agree that the Miami Dolphins don't have the best receiving corps in the league. I don't think that the Dolphins have a bad group of receivers, but I don't see us anywhere...
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Daniel Thomas will be pushed for the No. 2 role in the Dolphins' backfield, according to the Miami Herald.
Reggie Bush is locked into the No. 1 spot, with Thomas being challenged by Steve Slaton and rookie Lamar Miller for the primary backup job. This is not surprising as Thomas had trouble moving the chains as a rookie, namely as he was a dismal 3-for-13 converting...
According to The Miami Herald, running back Daniel Thomas will remain the no. 2 back behind Reggie Bush. If he can’t improve his 3.5 yard per carry average from last season, rookie Lamar Miller would likely step in and get a shot.
“Daniel Thomas enters as the No. 2 running back behind Reggie Bush, but if he doesn’t improve his 3.5 per carry average and yards...
Chad Ochocinco is undergoing some drastic changes this offseason. The wide receiver joined the Miami Dolphins, got married, and now has changed his name. He'll once again be referred to as Chad Johnson, the Ochocinco New Network reports. "Chad Ochocinco has officially changed his name back to Chad Johnson," the website states. "The main reason behind the name change...
While the football world churns toward a new season, the usual off-season misadventures keep writers busy. There has been plenty of news, Dez Bryant and his mother, Aqib Talib and his sister, the usual suspects filling... Come here for the best Miami Dolphins blog on the web. We have all of the most up to date new and opinions on the Dolphins organization for its fans.
Chad Johnson is back. Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Ochocinco has officially changed his name back to his given surname of Johnson. Johnson, 34, was married on July 4, began the process of changing his name in court and was at the Broward County (Fla.) courthouse, which calls for a legal filing fee of $401. Johnson, a second-round pick from Oregon State who was a Pro...
According to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com, Chad Johnson is back, for real. The athlete formerly known as “Chad Ochocinco” made his name switch official today at the Broward courthouse. Hopefully the change of scenery (Miami) and change of name will get Chad back on track on the field.
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Chad Ochocinco is officially no more. The Miami Dolphins wide
receiver has changed his name back to the original Chad
According to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Ochocinco was in the Broward courthouse on Monday for an early morning hearing so he can change his last name back to Johnson.
What’s in a name? Chad @Ochocinco was in Broward courthouse today for 8:45 am hearing to legally change back to Chad Johnson. It cost $401.
— Jeff Darlington...
When Chad Ochocinco was traded to the New England Patriots about a year ago, some scratched their heads at why the Pats would do so. But me, and many others, thought it was a brilliant move. Adding a guy like Ocho, who has big time playmaking ability, was something that Tom Brady had lacked in the receiving game since Randy Moss had worn out his welcome in New England.
Due to recently marrying Evelyn Lozada, purposely eccentric Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Ochocinco finally changed his last name back to Johnson earlier this afternoon. “I’m refocused and locked in. Time to get back to the old me,” said Johnson, … Continue reading →