Miami Dolphins discuss hiring former Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas - Business - MiamiHerald.com
Sources say former Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas is in discussions with the Dolphins about representing the team in political and community matters — including a renewed push for stadium renovations.
Philbin Looks For Team To Rebound Sunday " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The sting of Monday night’s loss may still be lingering in the Dolphins’ locker room, but the good news is, the short turnaround with Baltimore coming to town on Sunday has forced Miami to quickly move on and prepare for their next test.
Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill must have short memory against Ravens - ESPN
Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill must prove he can bounce back from adversity against reigning champion Ravens
Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill getting sacked at near record pace | www.palmbeachpost.com
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is being knocked down at nearly a historic rate. Tannehill was sacked four times in Monday’s 38-17 loss to New Orleans, bringing his total to 18 in four games.
DOLPHINS RUNNING BACKS:
Sherman: No change in RB opportunities | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Football coaches know a lot about football. Being a sportswriter, I know a lot about verbs. So I cannot pretend to tell Dolphins coaches about football just as I imagine they cannot tell me about verbs, even though Joe Philbin...
DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:
Mike Wallace wants more deep balls, Mike Sherman doesn’t want to force it | ProFootballTalk
Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace caused a minor conflagration after Week One when he expressed some dissatisfaction with the amount of passes thrown in his direction during a victory over the Browns, but things quieted down when he posted a big game to help beat the Colts.
DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:
Miami Dolphins: Richie Incognito issues challenge to Dolphins offensive line - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins leader Richie Incognito says "everyone should be fired" if Dolphins remain on their present sacks allowed pace.
Dolphins DC Kevin Coyle takes blame for Monday’s mess against Saints - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
Monday night’s torching by New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees dropped the Dolphins to 24th in pass defense and 26th in overall defense, and left Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle blaming himself to an extent.
DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:
Cameron Wake wants to play this week if he can | ProFootballTalk
Cameron Wake knows what the schedule says, but he wants to get back on the field. The Dolphins pass-rusher, who missed Monday's game against the Saints with a sprained knee, understands the Dolphins have a bye coming next week.
NOTEBOOK: Spitler Feels Like He Never Left; Other Notes
Former Ohio State linebacker gets to return to defense he knows.
Ellerbe Welcomes His Former Team To Sun Life Stadium
Dolphins middle linebacker wants to add another Super Bowl ring.
PRESS RELEASE: Dolphins Make Roster Move
Team re-signs linebacker.
DOLPHINS 2013 SEASON:
Miami Dolphins: Dolphins have already moved past Monday's loss. Focus turns to Baltimore Ravens - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins move past loss to New Orleans Saints
Dave George: Gloom over Dolphins’ first loss should pass quickly | www.palmbeachpost.com
It’s a good thing that the Miami Dolphins are stunned over getting clobbered by New Orleans on Monday night.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 10/2/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include the Dolphins are far from being elite, the Dolphins make minor roster moves, and Joe Philbin discusses pass protection.
Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The Phinsider
Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing.
The Miami Dolphins got beat 38-17 by the New Orleans Saints on Monday night. Today, we take a look back at the Miami snap counts, starting with the offense.
The Miami Dolphins have re-signed linebacker Austin Spitler. The team released Spitler at the end of the preseason, but has brought him back to fill one of the two roster spots created yesterday with the waiving of two players.
The Miami Dolphins have completed the first quarter of their 2013 season. Based on what they have done in the first four games, what could their stats look like after 16 games? We take a look.
Don't give up. Don't even give up...
Each week, we'll grade the performance of each 2013 Miami Dolphins draft pick and comment on their development. Here's the latest round of grades following Miami's 38-17 Week 4 loss to the New Orleans Saints.
One of the few, and I mean few, bright spots in Miami's 38-17 Monday night beating at the hands of the New Orleans Saints was the performance of the defensive line against the run, led by defensive tackle Jared Odrick.