Dr. Phil Offers Advice for The Miami Dolphins

This may be the strangest looking thing ever in the NFL. At least when Joe Montana changed teams, it was still to a red jersey. (Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE)

In what may be the strangest story I have seen in a while, NFL.com currently has an article featuring video clips of Dr. Phil offering advice to the teams that pursued, but failed to land, Peyton Manning. Why this even exists, I'm not sure, or how NFL.com convinced Dr. Phil to do it, but it's there - and to be fair, is pretty tongue-in-cheek.

Obviously, the team we care about the most is the Miami Dolphins. Dr. Phil doesn't exactly have a glowing review of Miami right now. Here is the post video write up that NFL.com added to the piece:

"How bleak are things in Miami? JaMarcus Russell won't even take the Dolphins' calls. Well, he probably would, but we're just exaggerating to make a point because things have become so bad in Miami, even Dr. Phil himself has to call in some reinforcements."

Head over to the NFL.com article to watch the video, and all of the other videos for the San Fancisco 49ers, Tennessee, Titans, and Arizona Cardinals.

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