Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/4/14

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including some players, reportedly, want Mike Sherman gone.


Some Dolphins players want Sherman out | ProFootballTalk
As Dolphins owner Stephen Ross continues to contemplate potential changes to his team, there's one change that some players wholeheartedly would support.

The arguments: Coaching vs. personnel dept. | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The NFL is about pitting opposing forces against each other in a battle for survival. It's about one team against another. An offense against a defense. A unit, perhaps offensive line, against another unit, such as the defensive line. Sometimes...


Dolphins must explore options at tailback - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
The Miami Dolphins need to retool their 27th-ranked offense, and running back is one of the biggest questions on that side of the football. Tailbacks


Fields Named Second-Team All Pro
Dolphins punter earns league-wide honor from Associated Press.


This season marked the sixth time in franchise history the Dolphins finished with an 8-8 record, but the first time since 1996.

Hyde5: Five thoughts on Dolphins, Golden decisions - Sun Sentinel
Five thoughts as the Dolphins and Hurricanes wrestle with issues at the top of their programs:


Previewing Dolphins' 2014 free agents - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
Following their fifth consecutive non-winning season, the Miami Dolphins (8-8) will have plenty of decisions to make to upgrade their roster in 2014.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/3/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include would a new offense hurt or help Ryan Tannehill, Stephen Ross visits Miami, and a look at the Dolphins upcoming free agents.

Dolphins changes still waiting: Stephen Ross makes no decision on Thursday - The Phinsider

After spending the entire day in the Miami Dolphins' training facility on Thursday, team owner Stephen Ross departed without making any decision on possible changes to the front office or coaching staff. Will there be any changes? When?

Deconstructing Dolphins - The Phinsider

Another offseason, another bout of waiting for Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross to make changes in the team's front office and coaching staff. How can Ross and the Dolphins ensure some solidarity in its talent evaluation and coaching ranks?

2013 NFL All Pro: AP releases list of top players - The Phinsider

The AP's list of First- and Second-Team All Pros for the 2013 NFL seaso has been released. The annual recognition of the top players from the league features one Miami Dolphins player for the past season.

Dolphins 2014 Free Agents: A look at the second 10 free agents to be - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins have numerous players scheduled to hit free agency this season. We will take a look at each of them, along with the type of free agent they will be and their 2013 salary cap hit. This morning, we look at the second half of the list

Phinsider Top Active Members in 2013 - The Phinsider

The Phinsider is a community of members commenting, posting, and sharing. Today, we take a look at the members with the most comments, FanPosts, and FanShots for 2013.

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