Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Miami Dolphins News:
Pressure point: Dolphins - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Examining who faces the most challenging season for the Dolphins and why. Some starting NFL quarterbacks have one challenger breathing down their nec
Miami Dolphins Wide Receivers:
How much more can Brian Hartline do for the Miami Dolphins? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
This Sun Sentinel blog has all the news, stories, and NFL player info for the professional football fan in South Florida.
Dolphins Sign Cunningham
The Miami Dolphins have signed wide receiver B.J. Cunningham.
Miami Dolphins Coaches:
2012 Fins Weekend Kicks Off With Coach Philbin Making His Debut
Fins Weekend kicked off one month earlier than usual tonight at The Fairmont at Turnberry Isle on Aventura with the official pairings party.
NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement:
Casserly Wonders Whether New CBA Will Affect Tannehill, Rookies " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
With an exciting draft in the books and summer practices looming, it’s easy to forget that this time last year there were legitimate concerns about whether a new NFL season would even happen. As another season approaches, we are beginning to see some of the tangible effects of the labor negotiations.
Former Miami Dolphins:
No charges for Brandon Marshall in New York nightclub incident - NFL.com
Police in New York City will not bring charges against Brandon Marshall for a melee at a New York nightclub in March, attorney Harvey Steinberg told NFL Network's Michelle Beisner on Thursday.
Yeremiah Bell "mystery" should be solved any minute now | ProFootballTalk
Early Thursday morning, agent Drew Rosenhaus told WQAM radio in Miami that former Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell would sign with a "mystery team" in the next 24 hours. Under that timetable, the mystery should be solved any minute now.
Saints Jonathan Vilma sues NFL commissioner Roger Goodell - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
New Orleans Saints Jonathan Vilma sues NFL commissioner Roger Goodell for defamation.