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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/11/13

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Stephen Ross promises there will be no blackouts this year in Miami.

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Ross promises no blackouts this year in Miami | ProFootballTalk
A week after Dolphins owner Stephen Ross gave $200 million to Michigan, he threw a bone to South Florida. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Ross promised on Monday that all Dolphins home games will be televised.

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross prepared to improve Sun Life Stadium proposal - Miami Dolphins -
In a news conference to announce the hiring of Tom Garfinkel as the team’s new president and CEO, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross disclosed two encouraging pieces of news Monday:

Andy Cohen: New Team President Seems To Really Get It " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Tom Garfinkel was introduced Monday morning as the new President and CEO of the Miami Dolphins and, if first impressions mean anything, owner Stephen Ross has made an excellent choice.


Philbin Looks Ahead To Colts And Luck " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Joe Philbin’s football team is 1-0 on the year after defeating the Cleveland Browns, 23-10. As a coach, Philbin can’t help but be pleased that the Dolphins have started their 2013 campaign on the right foot.

Can the Dolphins overcome all this drama? - South Florida
The Miami Dolphins were one of four NFL teams that won by double digits last week. But you'd never know it.


Miami Dolphins, Mike Wallace wisely move on - ESPN
DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins could have had a public-relations issue on their hands Monday. Their star player -- No. 1 receiver Mike Wallace --

Mike Wallace: I was just mad at myself | ProFootballTalk
Wide receiver Mike Wallace's Dolphins debut was a bigger success for the team than it was for the individual. Miami beat the Browns 23-10 with Wallace catching one pass, leading to a post-game refusal to talk to reporters about his usage that just about everyone interpreted as Wallace expressing ...


Dolphins' "Speed" Package On Defense Creates Headaches
Athletic front seven gives defensive coordinator Coyle options.


Dolphins' Randy Starks expresses regret - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
DAVIE, Fla. -- It was one of the most bizarre occurrences in Sunday's 23-10 victory by the Miami Dolphins over the Cleveland Browns. Dolphins Pro Bowl


Miami Dolphins brace for difficult schedule, plan to increase use of 'speed' pass-rush scheme - ESPN
The Miami Dolphins, who face four of the NFL's top quarterbacks in the next month, figured it would be wise to come up with something fast.

A Salguero-PFF look back at Cleveland tape | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The Dolphins played well against the Cleveland Browns. Well, most of the Dolphins played well. With the exception of the offensive line, tight ends and running backs, it's fair to suggest the Dolphins had a good day on Sunday.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/10/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include Joe Philbin has issues to deal with, running game needs to get going, and Mike Wallace is fine now.

NFL Power Rankings Week 2: 49ers stay on top, Dolphins start to climb - The Phinsider

With the first week of the 2013 NFL season in the books, it's time to update our 2013 NFL Power Rankings. Of course, you are welcome to discuss how off my rankings are in the comments as well.

Week 1 Game Ball: Brandon Gibson - The Phinsider

Statistically, other players made more of an impact during Sunday's game. But one player in particular was at his best when his team needed it the most, as the game hung in the balance. That player was wide receiver Brandon Gibson.

Strikes & Gutters: Week 2 Fantasy Advice - The Phinsider

If you took my advice in week one and survived, WELCOME BACK!

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross guarantees no blackouts - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins have not had a blackout since 2000, thanks to owner Stephen Ross buying up thousands of tickets the last few years. Yesterday, he guaranteed he would do the same thing this year if needed.