Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Jerry Jones, former GM Charley Casserly and Gil Brandt come to defense of Miami Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland and owner Stephen Ross | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland doesn’t have many friends these days among Dolphin fans, agents and current and former players.
Dolphins summon three top draft prospects and two veteran LBs; UM, Heat; Shaq/Van Gundy | Sports Buzz
Dolphins summon three top draft prospects and two veteran LBs; LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne, South Carolina outside linebacker Melvin Ingram and Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd.
Welcome Tyrell Johnson, Miami's newest addition | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Yes, the Dolphins have been slimed by some notable NFL names as a team to avoid. Warren Sapp and Pittsburgh safety Ryan Clark have been critical of Miami and said players are staying away from Miami for various issues.
2012 NFL DRAFT:
2012 NFL Draft Preview: Wide Receivers
Two top-flight receivers have emerged in this draft class, much like last year when A.J. Green and Julio Jones grabbed all of the attention. But while those two were speedsters and obvious deep threats, Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon and Notre Dame’s Michael Floyd are more complete.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 43. Roy Foster - The Phinsider
Roy Foster was a rock for Miami, protecting Dan Marino's blind side from the left guard position for nine NFL seasons.
Miami Dolphins Considering Logo Change for 2013? - The Phinsider
Will the Miami Dolphins adjust their uniforms for the 2013 season? According to CEO Mike Dee, it's possible.
Ryan Tannehill and the Legend of 'Pig Vomit' - The Phinsider
Ryan Tannehill could be a superstar or an outright bust for the Miami Dolphins. An in-depth look at why Tannehill is such a boom-or-bust project
Gregg Williams Speech Prior to San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints Playoff Game - The Phinsider
The New Orleans Saints bounty program took another turn today, as audio was released from Gregg Williams' pregame speech to the defense. The recording was made ahead of January's post-season contest against the San Francisco 49ers.