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Are the Miami Dolphins really this bad?

Mercifully, the Joe Philbin era in Miami has come to an end. Unsurprisingly, seasons of 7-9, 8-8, 8-8, and 1-3 so far this year just weren’t cutting it. As we know, Philbin previously served as Green Bay’s Offensive Coordinator—a team that continues to boast one of the most prolific offenses in the league. What can we take away from that? It’s pretty simple, really: it...
Via The Sports Post
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Dolphins Hire Al Saunders As Offensive Consultant

Albert Breer of NFL Media reports that the Miami Dolphins have begun the process of shuffling their offensive coaching staff on Wednesday. According to Breer, the Dolphins have hired veteran assistant Al Saunders as an offensive consultant. Breer notes that Saunders is close to current offensive coordinator Bill Lazor. Interestingly enough, Miami is also moving assistant quarterbacks...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Ryan Tannehill to practice squad player: 'Enjoy your practice squad paycheck, enjoy your practice squad trophy'

Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin was let go on Monday and on Tuesday the leaks on how he had lost control of the team are starting to come out. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was in the middle, starting a practice incident that got the ball rolling on Philbin getting his walking papers. Tannehill told a practice squad player: "Enjoy your practice squad paycheck, enjoy your practice squad...
Via 60 Max Power O
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Rick Ross still wants to be part-owner of Miami Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins fired head coach Joe Philbin on Monday, and the 2015 season may already be a wash. But the good news is that Rick Ross is still interested in being a part-owner of the team. Ross, who owns a home in Miami and has a Heat tattoo on his face, told TMZ Sports he applauds the Dolphins for firing Joe Philbin and still wants to own five percent of the team. If Ross...
Via The Sports Daily
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Through the Wire, Week 5: Cousins and Juniors

I'd like to begin this week's post with a big shout out to the homie Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. Good looks on firing Philbin my man, hopefully the next coach you hire can actually use Lamar Miller. Particularly in 1st-and-goal scenarios, but I know, I'm nitpicking. Now that the hey "how's your fathers", and the "did you get that lump looked at" are out of the way, we can move onto...
Via Razzball Football
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Former Pats WR: Brady paid practice squad guys for picks

Unlike Ryan Tannehill, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady rewards teammates who get the best of him during practice. Shortly after Joe Philbin was fired on Monday, a report from National Football Post indicated that tension has been brewing at Miami Dolphins practice for weeks over Tannehill’s alleged treatment of practice squad players. The former...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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PRESS RELEASE: Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl Center Mike Pouncey to join Jason Taylor in co-hosting Global Wealth Management JT's Ping-Pong Smash 12

Known for its share of prizefights, the Seminole Hard Rock Live is about to host a heavyweight battle like never before.  On Sunday, November 1, Jason Taylor, the legendary Miami Dolphins defender, will square off against current Dolphins Pro Bowl center, Mike Pouncey, in an epic table tennis match as part of the Global Wealth Management JT’s Ping-Pong Smash 12 – Presented...
Via PhinManiacs
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Getting to know Miami Dolphins coach Dan Campbell.

The first thing you notice are the massive boulders resting where mere mortals would have shoulders. Dan Campbell is by no means a small man, and looks like the same 6’5”, 265 pound player that spent eleven years playing tight end for four NFL teams. He looks like he could suit up for a game tomorrow, and as he takes over as head coach of the floundering Miami Dolphins, throwing...
Via PhinManiacs
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NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington blows up the most recent Ryan Tannehill report

When a coach is fired, it isn’t too surprising that some people start to air their dirty laundry. The Dolphins fired coach Joe Philbin yesterday and quickly after, a report about Quarterback Ryan Tannehill came out. Tannehill was apparently angry during Saturday’s practice and told the practice squad players to “enjoy their practice squad pay checks,” among other things...
Via cover32
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Miami Dolphins Drowning Under Weight Of Ndamukong Suh

The Dolphins as a team, are not going to be successful, when you pay one player 100 million dollars.  The Players work together as a team, when one player is singled out to be the savior for the team, he had better play inspiring football. Ndamukong Suh is NOT an inspiring player. Most teams put resources into the QB position, for production and leadership. For the teams management...
Via Football Nation
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Ryan Tannehill frustrated at Dolphins' practice squad

To say the Miami Dolphins 2015 season has been tumultuous might be an understatement. After being billed to make the playoffs in the preseason by several outlets, the Dolphins have underwhelmed and gotten off to 1-3 start. On Monday, owner Stephen Ross cut bait with Head Coach Joe Philbin and hired Tight Ends coach Dan Campbell to be the interim head coach. Around the same time...
Via Gamedayr
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Dolphins interim coach: We're going to be more aggressive

The Miami Dolphins haven’t been an aggressive team during the 2015 NFL season, but interim head coach Dan Campbell plans to change that. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Campbell—who is taking over for Joe Philbin who was fired on Monday—said Miami won’t play dirty but will have a more attacking nature. Campbell said doesn't want a dirty team but "We are...
Via Sportsnaut
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Report: Philbin told practice players to go easy on Tannehill

The Miami Dolphins have devolved into a complete mess, and it cost a man his job Monday. Head coach Joe Philbin was fired in the middle of his fourth season after the Dolphins’ listless 1-3 start to the season, culminating with an embarrassing loss Sunday in London to the New York Jets. One report paints a pretty ugly picture for Philbin and the Dolphins in his final day. Aaron...
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Did Suh make a statement with his footwear at practice?

Several Miami Dolphins players are reportedly unhappy with the scheme employed by defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle this season. Leave it to the highest-paid player on the team to express his frustrations in a childish manner. According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Dolphins defenders had a closed-door meeting with Coyle last week to ask...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins DC Coyle more likely to be fired than Philbin

Changes are expected in Miami in the very near future after the Dolphins embarrassed themselves for a third consecutive week, this time in front of an international audience in London. However, the head coach may not be the first member of the organization to get the axe. According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald,...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

London PR guy has hilarious reaction to angry Suh

Ndamukong Suh was supposed to be the catalyst for a Miami Dolphins ascension into the realm of NFL elites. Unfortunately, not only has Suh failed to live up to his excessively high price tag, but the Dolphins are now 1-3 at the quarter mark of the 2015 season. Needless to say, Suh was a grumpy boy after the New York Jets pummeled the Dolphins in London, 27-14, and a public relations...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Clock on the Dolphins season slowly ticks away

The unraveling of the Dolphins started rather quickly in London this afternoon. On the Dolphins opening drive, after a Lamar Miller first down run, everything seemed to fall apart and fall flat of expectations.  Those same expectations that highly touted the Dolphins as contenders as opposed to the near pretenders they currently are. The curse of Dan Marino seemed to loom over...
Via Phins Phocus
2 days ago  |  Discuss

CBS is digitally filling in the end zones in London

The New York Jets-Miami Dolphins game in London hasn’t been the best showcase for the NFL as the Dolphins didn’t show up for most of the contest. But in one of the stranger moves by a network, viewers have noticed that CBS is digitally filling in the team logos in the end zones. The groundskeepers at Wembley Stadium just drew the logos without the team colors so CBS took it upon...
Via Awful Announcing
2 days ago  |  Discuss

An open letter to Steven Ross, owner of Miami Dolphins

Mr. Ross: I am writing you today to discuss changes that are needed within the Miami Dolphins organization immediately, before the Miami Dolphins fan base withers away. First, let me introduce myself. I am your typical Miami Dolphins fan. I have watched the Miami Dolphins since the 1985 season, when my grandfather took me to my first Miami Dolphins game at the Orange Bowl (my “since...
Via cover32
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Jets rookie Williams sneaks in snooze … during sleep meeting

The New York Jets will take the long flight across the pond this week for the team’s showdown with the Miami Dolphins in London’s Wembley Stadium. Before the epic road trip and in light of how the team will have so little time to adjust, the Jets enlisted the expertise of a sleep specialist to assist the team in its preparations so players and staff could best combat the restlessness...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
5 days ago  |  Discuss

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