Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 3/27/14

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Mike Pouncey could still be facing a suspension from the NFL.


Steve Ross shows patience with expectations for Dolphins - Sun Sentinel
Dolphins owner Steve Ross has committed $125 million to new contracts, but remains cautiously optimistic about his team's outlook in 2014

ORLANDO: Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross calls scandal ‘a wake-up call,’ backs Mike Pouncey - Miami Dolphins -
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross plans to cooperate with the NFL on any future punishment center Mike Pouncey receives.


Troy Vincent: Joe Philbin will adjust - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
ORLANDO, Fla. – NFL Executive Vice President of Football Operations Troy Vincent is one of the foremost figures in the NFL addressing football c

ORLANDO: Armando Salguero: Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin tackles lessons from Bullygate head-on - Armando Salguero -
It’s too simplistic to say Joe Philbin has been humbled. I’m not even sure that’s what has actually happened. But when an NFL coach spends much of an hour-long interview talking about how problems at work kept him awake some nights and how he has had time to reflect on what went wrong and has plans to change, it’s clear some significant transformation is underway.

Six At Six: Andy Cohen’s Six Thoughts On The Dolphins At Owners Meeting " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Coach Joe Philbin, General Manager Dennis Hickey and Owner Stephen Ross all spoke at the owners meeting Tuesday and here are some of the things I took away from their comments


Chip Kelly: Bill Lazor will succeed in Miami - ESPN
ORLANDO, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins have high expectations for their offense this upcoming season after hiring Bill Lazor from the Philadelphia E


ORLANDO: Miami Dolphins wait as possible NFL suspension looms for Mike Pouncey - Miami Dolphins -
Giants coach Tom Coughlin doesn’t think John Jerry will be suspended.

Evan Mathis trade will be discussed, but actually done? | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Yes, Eagles Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis is available in trade, as multiple NFL media have reported today. Yes, the Dolphins could use an upgrade at guard, as the entire Earth knows. So the issue will be discussed internally. And...


NFL Owners Meetings Day 3: Smith And Finnegan Strongly Endorsed By Fisher; Other Notes
An inside perspective on two ex-Rams thought to be solid free agent pickups for Dolphins from their former coach, Jeff Fisher.


Delmas, Vernon Help Spread Cheer At Ronald McDonald House Of Miami
Dolphins players help serve up pizza while spending time with the kids by answering questions, playing games, and sharing some laughs.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 3/26/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Joe Philbin speaks at NFL meeting, inside the roster with Dennis Hickey, and the Dolphins support Mike Pouncey.

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.

Bills owner Ralph Wilson passes - The Phinsider
Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson passed away yesterday, at the age of 95. Wilson founded the Bills in 1959 and has been the owner ever since.

Football 101: Compensatory Picks - The Phinsider
The NFL released the compensatory picks for the 2014 NFL Draft this week. Which made us wonder if everyone knows how compensatory picks work.

Dolphins rumors 2014: Evan Mathis available in trade? - The Phinsider
Reports this morning indicate Philadelphia Eagles guard Evan Mathis may be available in a trade. Could the Miami Dolphins be interested?

What do the Offensive Lines of Elite Offenses ACTUALLY Look Like? Part 2 - The Phinsider
Part 2: A look at the Pro Football Focus Grades of the offensive lines of the 10 best offenses in football.

Miami Dolphins Historical Perspective - 1968 Draft - The Phinsider
We are 43 days from the NFL Draft. To get us through, we will take daily look at the Miami Dolphins draft history. We will work our way up to the 2013 Draft, just before we settle in for the 2014 selection process. We continue with 1968 Draft today.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell talks Dolphins bullying scandal, new stadium - The Phinsider
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke to the press today as a part of the NFL's owners meeting in Orlando. During the media availability, he was asked about the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal, and the team's efforts for stadium renovations.

Miami Dolphins 2014 Dark Horse Player of the Year - The Phinsider
Every year a player comes out of nowhere to become a major contributor. Want to find out who that player could be in 2014?

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