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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/18/14

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including what is Brent Grimes worth?

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Seventh GM interview: Dennis Hickey | Miami Dolphins In Depth
The Dolphins continue to search for their next general manager and that search today has led to the interview of Tampa Bay Bucs director of player personnel Dennis Hickey, league sources are saying. Jickey is the seventh person to interview...

Dave George: Dolphins’ GM candidate Brian Xanders goes from... |
Brian Xanders may not wind up being the Miami Dolphins’ choice as general manager but if the answer is no, somebody may have to tell him twice or even three times before it sinks in.

The Miami Dolphins have one of 1 of 32 GM jobs, and one of two openings this season, which makes it impossible to believe this isn't an attractive job - Sun Sentinel
What exactly is the Dolphins' next GM getting himself into?


New Dolphins offensive coordinator Lazor gets high praise - Sun Sentinel
New Dolphins offensive coordinator gets kudos from boss at University of Virginia

Eagles Insider Gives Insight on Lazor " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins offense is now under new management with the hiring of new offensive coordinator Bill Lazor. Formerly the Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach, Lazor helped inspire a tremendous second half of the 2013 season from Eagles QB Nick Foles. The University of Arizona product put up some gaudy numbers in his second NFL season, including 27 touchdowns, a 119.2 quarterback rating, and only two interceptions in 13 games (10 starts).


Ryan Tannehill: 2013 Year In Review
Second-year quarterback showed significant growth in Year 2.


How much is Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes worth? - Sun Sentinel
The first time I saw Brent Grimes he was shooting hoops at Dave & Busters at a Miami Dolphins charity event, and my first thought was "this is the guy everyone expects to be the defense's savior in the secondary?"


Miami Dolphins lose linebackers coach George Edwards to Vikings - Miami Dolphins -
Just when the Miami Dolphins filled one vacancy, another opened up.


Former Miami Dolphins receiver Davone Bess arrested - Broward -
Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bass spiraled into more trouble Friday morning: He was arrested at Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport.


Jaguars had better TV ratings than Dolphins in 2013 | The Daily Dolphin
The Miami Dolphins came close to a playoff berth, but it didn't translate to TV viewers. The Dolphins ratings rose slightly from last year -- 17.1 in 2013


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/17/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include taking a look at the new offensive coordinator, George Edwards heading to Minnesota, and a look at Brian Xanders.

Pro Bowl captains announced: Drew Brees, Jamaal Charles, Robert Quinn, and JJ Watt to pick teams - The Phinsider
The NFL announced yesterday the four active players who will join Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders as captains for the 2014 Pro Bowl. This is the first year the teams will be determined by captains, without regard to conference.

Davone Bess arrested for assaulting officer at airport - The Phinsider

Former Miami Dolphins and current Cleveland Browns wide receiver Davone Bess was arrested this morning at the Fort Lauderdale International Airport for assault. This continues a rapid downfall for the wide out. publishes debut 2014 mock drafts - The Phinsider

With the Jan. 15 deadline for underclassmen to declare in the rear-view mirror, mock draft season has officially arrived. And with it comes two debut 2014 mock drafts courtesy of

Bill O'Brien on Bill Lazor and developing quarterbacks - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins hired Philadelphia Eagles quarterback coach Bill Lazor as the team's new offensive coordinator. While Lazor will, of course, will focus on all of the offense, a big portion of his job will be developing quarterback Ryan Tannehill.