Brian Naidus

Contributing Author

Brian (I like turtles) Naidus joined the Phinsider in early 2009 after the [insert depressing number here]th mediocre Dolphin season he had endured in his lifetime. Fortunately, this period was actually the first time Miami had actually claimed the division title (Take that New England!!!!). Despite his critical sense of humor, and realistic views of his favorite football team, Brian continued to showcase unique posts to the Phinsider, including the site's first "unofficial" newsletter, the Wildcat Weekly, which he posted after every team victory. In August 2012, he was offered a position to be a contributing author to the site. What he may lack in knowledge and actual writing skills, Brian usually makes up for in creativity. His posts are almost always interactive, and he will almost always aim to spark conversation with polls, trivia, games and when all else fails, New York Jets jokes (by the way, it NEVER fails).

When he's not living and breathing Miami Dolphins football, Brian is just a laid-back sports lover from South Florida. A UCF alum (Go Knights!), he is now an engineer that travels the country from project to project. You never know where he will pop up, but when he does, you should prepare yourself for a good insightful conversation, and most likely crude toilet humor. Mostly the latter.


Possible look at the new uniform?


This image surfaced today of a what very well could be Miami's new Home Jersey? While it could be a fan created item, it certainly does fit Ben Volin's description of what the jersey was going to be. Personally, I'm still getting used to the new logo, but I love this look. It's clean and the all white is a huge home field advantage to summer home games in the heat. What do you think?

Mike Wallace to the Dolphins "A done deal"?


GM Jeff Ireland and the Miami Dolphins seem poised to land the speedster free agent receiver right as Free Agency officially begins on Tuesday evening.

"A lot of Buzz between Dolphins and Mendenhall"


Apparently there is talk about the Dolphins having heavy interest in free agent Rashard Mendenhall. While I'd expect Miami to possibly explore replacements if Bush leaves, one would also think that Miami could look to the draft to do just that? If healthy, Mendenhall or a good pass-catching free agent like Kevin Smith could be worth a lookas a good fit in Miami's west coast offense.

Do you trust this man with your NFL team?


One man, One franchise, One Goal.

Free Agent Receivers- Diamonds in the Rough


Some smaller names that could make big impacts for the Dolphins at wide receiver this year...

Miami Dolphins Free Agent Wide Receiver Options


Miami Dolphins will head into Free Agency with Dwayne Bowe, Mike Wallace and Greg Jennings on their radar. Who would you want to see Miami try and reel in?

Richard Marshall on IR, Fins sign CB McDonald


Dolphins place CB Richard Marshall on IR, sign CB Brandon McDonald who was waived yesterday by Tampa Bay.

How to Beat Em': Week 9- MIA @ IND


How to Beat Em': Week 9- Miami Dolphins @ Indianapolis Colts

The Perfection Post 1.4


The Perfection Post 1.4- BOOM!

A look into the life of BSerious72


BSerious72's Dolphin Swag- Photos and Stories of my adventures with the Miami Dolphins.

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