Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories from around the web you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
... And another thing that makes Manning wrong choice
A couple of days ago I made the case why I'm not too fond of the idea of the Dolphins signing Peyton Manning to be their starting quarterback in 2012. I'm not done.
Andy Cohen: Ricky Williams Was One Of A Kind
There may never be another Dolphins player quite like Ricky Williams. Talented. Controversial. Cerebral. Introspective. Independent. At times hard to figure. But always hard to tackle.
2012 Dolphins Season:
Looking at the Miami Dolphins' 2012 opponents - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
The 2012 NFL schedule won't be released until April, but we do know who the Dolphins will play next season and where the games will be played. The home games are particularly lacking in high-profile opponents, with the AFC champion New England Patriots the lone 2011 playoff team slated to visit Sun Life Stadium.
Dolphins’ players seem happy with changes on offense, not on defense | ProFootballTalk
As new head coach Joe Philbin re-shapes the Dolphins, the reviews from the players are reportedly positive on offense but negative on defense. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins' offensive players are happy that Philbin has replaced offensive coordinator Brian Daboll with...
2012 Dolphins Free Agency:
Miami Dolphins Free Agency News Roundup - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Miami Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland has a daunting task ahead of him this offseason: to save the Fins from toiling away in the bowels of the AFC East.
Will Dolphins chase Packers' free agents? - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
Here is a potential clue to tracking the Miami Dolphins in free agency: Watch the Green Bay Packers. Yes, general manager Jeff Ireland is running the show in Miami.
Early look at Dolphins free agency - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
We continue our series on AFC East free agency with an early look at the Miami Dolphins.
2012 NFL Draft:
TEST Football Academy has used a number of former Dolphins & NFL players as instructors in their combine training program - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Former Dolphins & NFL players training draft prospects at TEST Academy. TEST Football Academy has used a number of former Dolphins & NFL players as instructors in their combine training program
NFL.com news: QB-needy teams might have to trade up to get RG3
Most expect Andrew Luck to go No. 1 in April’s draft, but could the Colts opt for Robert Griffin III instead? Bucky Brooks provides five teams that will be interested in the Heisman Trophy winner.