KANSAS CITY, MO - NOVEMBER 06: Running back Reggie Bush #22 of the Miami Dolphins rushes against linebacker Jovan Belcher #59 of the Kansas City Chiefs during the first quarter on November 6, 2011 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Miami defeated Kansas City 31-3. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)
Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Dolphins 2011 Season Awards:
Moore, Dansby, Carpenter And Fields Win Team Awards
Considering he was the backup quarterback for the Miami Dolphins to start the 2011 NFL season, Matt Moore once again defied the odds by winning the Dan Marino Most Valuable Player Award tonight.
Stephen Ross makes $1 million donation to Pérez Art Museum Miami - Business - MiamiHerald.com
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross on Friday donated $1 million to the capital campaign for the Pérez Art Museum Miami, which is under construction in downtown Miami.
Dolphins General Manager:
Poll: Dolphins fans now crazy for GM Ireland - NFL.com
A recent poll in The Palm Beach Post hints at a striking turn around in public perception for Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland. Suddenly he's Mr. Popular.
Ryan Tannehill doesn’t know if he’ll start any games this year | ProFootballTalk
Andrew Luck knows he's the starter in Indianapolis and Robert Griffin III knows he's the starter in Washington. But the third quarterback taken in this year's NFL draft, Ryan Tannehill, says he doesn't know if he'll start at any point this season in Miami.
Dolphins Running Backs:
Reggie Bush stuck at Fort Lauderdale airport in hazmat incident - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush, flying back to Fort Lauderdale from New York, where he taped an episode of Live! with Kelly as a guest co-host with Kelly Ripa , was stuck atFort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport after an aerosol can apparently discharged at a checkpoint at Terminal 2, Concourse D.
Dolphins Offensive Line:
Miami Dolphins OL Lydon Murtha: 'I believe it's my time' (video) - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Lydon Murtha made it clear during a voluntary Miami Dolphins minicamp last month he wanted to win the starting job at right tackle.
Joe Long doesn't mind being a long shot
The Long brothers have covered the spectrum of how to enter the National Football League. In 2008, Jake Long was the No. 1 overall pick by the Miami Dolphins out of the University of Michigan. Four years later, along comes little brother Joe, an undrafted rookie offensive lineman signed by the Rams.
Former Dolphins TE Jed Weaver Wins Miami Dolphins Foundation Golf Tournament
Leave it to two former Miami Dolphins to wind up embroiled in an exciting and controversial finish to the 2012 Miami Dolphins Foundation Golf Tournament today in Aventura.
What does Bell's signing mean for Jets? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The Yeremiah Bell signing (one year, $1.4 million) creates more questions than answers. 1. What does this mean for Jim Leonhard?
Safety Yeremiah Bell signs one-year, $1.4 million deal with Jets | The Daily Dolphin
Safety Yeremiah Bell, who was released last month by the Dolphins despite leading the team with 107 tackles, was signed Friday by the New York Jets
Phinsider Stories You May Have Missed:
Yeremiah Bell will be missed... - The Phinsider
This was originally a response to the front page post of his signing with the NYJ, but considering the down time here I thought I would make a post out of it to try and elicit some discussion, I hope...
SB Nation YouTube at the NFLPA Rookie Premier - The Phinsider
SB Nation is at the NFLPA Rookie Premier. Don't miss the first video report, where Amy K and Dan Rubenstein talks health, fitness, and get weird, with some rookies.
Ryan Tannehill - How an Opinion Can Change - The Phinsider
Let me start off by saying, when I heard the Dolphins were planning on drafting Tannehill, I wasn't the biggest of fans. I was excited that they finally thought of drafting a quarterback in the first...
Preview of SB Nation Ryan Tannehill Interview - The Phinsider
The NFLPA Rookie Premiere events are on going, and SB Nation is there. The guys had a chance to talk to Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill earlier today.
NFLPA Rookie Primier Continues Today With Flag Football Game Featuring Ryan Tannehill - The Phinsider
The NFLPA Rookie Premiere continues today with a flag football game scheduled for tonight. Included in the game is Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Former Miami Dolphins Safety Yeremiah Bell Signs With New York Jets - The Phinsider
Former Miami Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell has signed a one-year deal with the New York Jets today. Bell had been the longest tenure Miami player, being with the team since 2003, before his release this offseason.