Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 1/9/13

Jim Rogash

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Joe Philbin stating a lot has to be accomplished this off-season.

Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:


Dolphins owner Steve Ross is finally putting his stamp on the football side of the organization, but is this a good thing? - South Florida
Does Steve Ross' business savvy translate to the NFL?


Joe Philbin: A Lot To Accomplish This Offseason
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin sat down with Dolphin Digest editor Andy Cohen recently and discussed a wide range of topics including the growth of Ryan Tannehill, needing more explosiveness on offense and what the defense needs to do to take the next step.


Bush Looks Ahead Toward Uncertain Future " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins’ season-ending loss in New England two weeks ago kicked off a very important offseason. With 12 free agents — eight starters — coming off the books, decisions will need to be made before the team makes five selections in the first three rounds of April’s draft.


AFC East salary cap numbers - AFC East Blog - ESPN senior writer John Clayton has the early salary-cap projections for 2013. Keep in mind, these are raw numbers before any roster cuts are mad


Nick Saban says coaching Miami Dolphins was frustrating - South Florida
Former Miami Dolphins coach admits NFL wasn't for him


Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross Meets With Media - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross met with the Miami media yesterday, giving his annual "State of the Dolphins" conference. During it, he talked about head coach Joe Philbin, general manager Jeff Ireland, quarterback Ryan Tannehill, and other topics

The Bjoern Identity - The Phinsider
The Phinsider's video review of 2013 NFL Draft prospects continues with a look at Florida State defensive end import Bjoern Werner, who went from considerable prospect to pass-rushing titan in 2012.

Phinsider Top Active Users in 2012 - The Phinsider
The Phinsider is a Miami Dolphins blog community. I stress the word community for a reason. Our Fan Posts, Fan Shots, and comments make this the place to go to discuss the Dolphins, and just about anything else as well.

Jets Relieve Tony Sparano of Offensive Coordinator Duties - The Phinsider

The New York Jets have officially fired offensive coordinator Tony Sparano after one season with the team. Sparano served as the Miami Dolphins head coach from 2008-2011.

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 1/8/13 - The Phinsider

A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include owner Stephen Ross meeting with the media, Davone Bess earns national honors, and so does Cameron Wake.

Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross On Logo Change: "It's time for an update" - The Phinsider

One of the worst kept secrets in the NFL this season was the Miami Dolphins' planned logo change. Hints to near confirmations throughout the year from CEO Mike Dee, kept the fans abuzz about what could be getting ready to come out of Davie.

SI's Peter King Includes Cameron Wake in All-Pro Team - The Phinsider's Peter King posted his 2012-2013 NFL All Pro Team today. While this is in no way an official award, it is nice to see a Miami Dolphins player land on the list. In this case, it is defensive end Cameron Wake.


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