Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/21/12

Feb 23, 2012; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland speaks at a press conference during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

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


Inside The Coaching Staff: Phil McGeoghan
Considering how pass happy the National Football League has become, you can never have too many offensive assistant coaches. Phil McGeoghan is one of the youngest members of the Miami Dolphins coaching staff and will provide significant help to wide receivers coach Ken O’Keefe as his assistant wide receivers coach.


Dolphins better be right about Matt Flynn - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
Although the Miami Dolphins' regime wouldn't admit it, they will nervously keep one eye on how things progress with the offense of the Seattle Seahawks.

Dolphins reportedly not interested in Tim Tebow | ProFootballTalk
There was a protest calling for Jeff Ireland's dismissal in Miami on Tuesday, but the Dolphins General Manager claimed to know nothing about it.

David Garrard: "Healthy competition is great for everyone" – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
New Miami Dolphins quarterback David Garrard might be 34, which is ancient in NFL years, but he literally dares anyone to call him old.

David Garrard: Key to signing with Miami Dolphins was chance to earn starting job
Sitting on his couch watching NFL games after undergoing back surgery last year, David Garrard made a decision: This wasn't the way he was going to go out.

Garrard Sees The Dolphins As a Perfect Fit
Missing an entire football season has given new Miami Dolphins quarterback David Garrard a fresh perspective on the game.


Dolphins Add Westerman And Baker; Terminate Bell
Now that the 2012 league year is in full swing the roster moves are coming fast and furious for the Miami Dolphins.


Protesters line up in front of Miami Dolphins facility, and Jeff Ireland responds | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins have left a lot of people scratching their heads this offseason by not making a big move for a quarterback, trading away Brandon Marshall and failing to sign any impact free agents.

Ireland Staying True To His Vision
Miami Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland has always been meticulous in everything he does, so bringing this franchise back to prominence is no different.

2012 NFL DRAFT: Top 10 Hybrid Prospects
NFL Draft expert Dion Caputi takes a few minutes to star in our ongoing TOP 10 Prospect series. Caputi shares his top prospects who could switch from defensive end to outside linebacker at the next level.


2012 Matty Awards - The Reminder Post - The Phinsider
The final reminder and ballot listing for the 2012 Matty Awards. The Mattys are the Phinsider's way of recognizing the great contributions of our readers over the last year.

Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 57. Brock Marion - The Phinsider
A three-time Miami Pro Bowler, Brock Marion roamed the Dolphin's secondary for six seasons.

Finhead's Musings: Overreaction Edition - The Phinsider
Why is Jeff Ireland so hated in Miami? The complaints and facts of Ireland's tenure as Miami's GM.

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