According to Yeremiah Bell's agent, Bell will not be back in a Phins uniform.
Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Worcester Telegram & Gazette - telegram.com - Joe Philbin, Dolphins coach, got start here
The first paid coaching job that Joe Philbin landed was at WPI in the mid-1980s. He spent two seasons in Worcester making, well, not very much, while refining the run blocking and pass protection techniques of the Engineers' offensive linemen.
DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVER SITUATION:
What’s the ideal receiver for the Miami Dolphins? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The NFL keeps boasting the 2012 draft features the deepest class of receivers in a decade.
Charting Miami Dolphins free agency – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Guys like Chad Henne, Brandon Marshall and Yeremiah Bell, who are no longer on the roster.
Agent: Bell won't return to Dolphins | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The signing of Tyrell Johnson was obviously a blow to fans' hopes that the Dolphins would re-sign veteran Yeremiah Bell.
2012 NFL DRAFT:
2012 NFL Draft Preview: Defensive Backs
Last year the two most dominant defenses in college football met for the BCS National Championship, so it should come as no surprise that Alabama and LSU have the most representation among the top defensive back prospects in this draft class.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
SB Nation 2012 NFL Draft Profile Quinton Coples - The Phinsider
SB Nation continues to profile prospects ahead of the 2012 NFL Draft. Here's a look at defensive end Quinton Coples.
Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 40. Ricky Williams - The Phinsider
Heisman Trophy winner, hero, washout, scapegoat, traitor, and finally a returning conqueror. Ricky Williams was a lot of things to a lot of people in South Florida.
2012 Miami Dolphins Draft Plan Vote - The Phinsider
After the Phinsider Podcast this week, we have a poll question for the readers. Which pairing would you rather see the Dolphins draft: Tannehill and Perry or Ingram and Weeden?