Good bye Chad.
Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories from around the web you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Dolphins Coaching Staff:
Inside The Coaching Staff: Mike Sherman
Now that new Head Coach Joe Philbin has filled out his coaching staff, Dolphins.com can give you a broader glimpse into what each new coach brings to the team.
Miami Dolphins to officially part ways with Chad Henne - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
The Dolphins won't be re-signing the embattled quarterback
Dolphins Wide Receivers:
Hartline Hungry for Winning Season « The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
With a new offense that could give him more opportunities, WR Brian Hartline is eager to live up to his big-play reputation.
Brandon Marshall shows off his ride & growth – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Brandon Marshall is far from a finished product, but it appears he’s taken the right steps towards getting his life and career together, and is heading in the right direction.
Dolphins Generations: Yeremiah Bell And Dick Anderson
In Dolphins Generations, we ask the same questions to both a current Dolphins player and an alumnus who played the same position to see how their answers differ based on the era they played in. This week's Dolphins Generations features current Dolphins Pro Bowl safety Yeremiah Bell and former Pro Bowl safety Dick Anderson (1968-77).
Scout.com: Free Agency and Franchise Fodder
Monday was a significance date on the NFL calendar as it marked the start of a two-week window where teams could place franchise tags on their players. For the Dolphins, though, it's likely to be a quiet two weeks because it would be a shock if they decided to franchise any of the upcoming free agents.
The Dolphins offseason plan? Possible version here | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Jeff Ireland has "a plan" for the offseason. He isn't giving details of what that plan is. He has no intention of unveiling it for public scrutiny to the point where he told Dolphins coaches not to even talk about...
Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Hyde5: 5 free agents for Dolphins to consider beyond QB
5 free agents for Dolphins to consider beyond QB
The 2012 draft features talent at many of the Dolphins' need areas - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Miami Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland said the 2012 NFL draft features "good depth"
NFL salary cap: Crunching the 2012 numbers – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Stanford Routt’s surprising release from Oakland, and quick signing with the Kansas City Chiefs serves as a perfect example of the ripple effects each team’s financial situation will create this offseason.