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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 11/16/13

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Jonathan Martin meets with Ted Wells.

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Miami Dolphins' Mike Pouncey, Mike Wallace questionable - ESPN
DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins have three starters listed as questionable on their final injury report. Dolphins No. 1 receiver Mike Wallace (ham

Dolphins Have Had Success Against The West At Home
Miami’s 80 percent winning percentage bodes well for Sunday.

Five key matchups in Chargers-Dolphins - Sun Sentinel
Here are the handful of the most key matchups that the Dolphins must win to take home a victory against San Diego on Sunday:

Dave Hyde's five keys for the Dolphins against the Chargers - Sun Sentinel
Can the Dolphins pick up the pieces after one of the worst regular-season losses in franchise history? Here is how they can start...


Miami Dolphins talking points: Former OL Murtha says coaches wanted Martin tougher; Pouncey questionable with "illness" | The Daily Dolphin
Former Dolphins offensive lineman Lydon Murtha, speaking on the Big O Show this afternoon on 640 Sports, says coaches wanted tackle Jonathan Martin

Jonathan Martin meets with NFL investigator Ted Wells -
Jonathan Martin of the Miami Dolphins met with independent investigator Ted Wells for over seven hours Friday to discuss the Richie Incognito saga. Read what Martin had to say.

Source: Dolphins did not know of harassment | Miami Dolphins In Depth
A primary reason Dolphins owner Stephen Ross asked the NFL to investigate the harassment allegations leveled by Jonathan Martin against Richie Incognito -- aside from the fact he probably wouldn't know where to start his own investigation -- is he...


The Dolphins' run defense, regarded as excellent before the season, has been a disappointment - Sun Sentinel
The Dolphins' run defense, regarded as excellent before the season, has been a disappointment


William Moore of Atlanta Falcons and Philip Wheeler of Miami Dolphins top week 10 fines - ESPN
Atlanta safety William Moore and Miami linebacker Philip Wheeler have been fined more than $20,000 apiece by the NFL for illegal hits during games last weekend.

NFL 2013:

NFLPA takes issue with Spirit Airlines bullying joke | ProFootballTalk
Last week, Spirit Airlines' modern-day Mad Men lost their marbles when coming up with an ad campaign that pokes fun at the ongoing bullying scandal in Miami. The NFL Players Association has now registered an objection to the company.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 11/15/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include Will Yeatman out for the year, Richie Incognito files a grievance, and fans turning up the heat on Jeff Ireland.

Richie Incognito grievance statement from NFLPA - The Phinsider

Last night, Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito filed a grievance against the team over his indefinite suspension. The NFL Players Association has confirmed the grievance with a statement.

2013 Miami Dolphins Position Review: Defensive End - The Phinsider

One elite player, 3 young guys with potential, perhaps not enough snaps to go around

Jonathan Martin arrives in New York for investigation hearing - The Phinsider

Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin arrived in New York this morning to meet with attorney Ted Wells about his allegations of player misconduct against Richie Incognito.

Mike Pouncey injury keeps him from practice - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins were back on the practice field today, but with one big absence - center Mike Pouncey. According to a report, Pouncey's laco of participation in the workout was due to a "minor medical issue."

Mike Pouncey, Philip Wheeler fined for Tampa Bay actions - The Phinsider

The NFL has fined Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey and linebacker Philip Wheeler for two separate actions against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night. Buccaneers returned Eric Page was also fined from activity during the game.

Jonathan Martin completes interview with Wells, says not discussing in public is "right way to handle" - The Phinsider

Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin spent the day talk to NFL investigator Ted Wells about the allegations of player misconduct Martin has made. After the meeting, Martin made a comment about not commenting to the media.