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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/20/14

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including reports are coming out that the Dolphins players do not respect some on the coaching staff.

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Dolphins' bizarre GM search centers on Browns' Farmer, Lions' Xanders -
With the power structure still in question because of owner Steven Ross' curious management style, the Dolphins' GM search rolls on. Cleveland's Ray Farmer and Detroit's Brian Xanders appear to be the leading candidates.

Source: Hickey 'hit one out of the park' | Miami Dolphins In Depth
When one NFL source floated Dennis Hickey's name to me as a Dolphins general manager candidate Thursday, I dismissed it. Hickey doesn't seem like a hot commodity. He's something of a career Tampa Bay Buccaneers worker drone. And, after all,...


Is Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross heading to London and China during GM search? | The Daily Dolphin
Various reports have said that the Dolphins are getting ready to bring back their top GM candidates for second interviews. But late Saturday night CBS


Report suggests Dolphins players don’t respect their coaches | ProFootballTalk
The trouble in Miami may go beyond the departed General Manager Jeff Ireland and offensive coordinator Mike Sherman. A report from Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald suggests that there are deep problems within the team, and that the locker room doesn't think highly of the coaches.

Concerns raised about Philbin, Dolphins' coaching staff; Fins, Heat, UM, Marlins chatter | Sports Buzz
SUNDAY BUZZ COLUMN So why is Dolphins owner Stephen Ross keeping Joe Philbin after ditching Jeff Ireland and Mike Sherman, rather than letting the new general manager pick the coach? Ross respects Philbin’s integrity, his organizational skills, the way he carries himself. And some of Ross’ closest associates, including Carl...


Miami Dolphins position breakdown: Secondary - ESPN’s Miami Dolphins page continues to examine the roster heading into free agency. Next up, we take a look at Miami’s secondary. U


Dolphins position breakdown: Specialists - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN’s Miami Dolphins page continues to examine the team’s roster heading into free agency. Next up, we take a look at Miami’s


NFL's Future Stars Can Be Found At The Senior Bowl
Dolphins have discovered some key players in Mobile.

A record-setting 98 underclassmen entered the 2014 NFL draft - Sun Sentinel
Each year the number of college defectors entering the NFL grows.


Davone Bess had previously unreported run-in with police | ProFootballTalk
Browns receiver Davone Bess's arrest this morning for allegedly assaulting a police officer was not his first run-in with police. The Miami Herald reports today that 10 months ago, six police officers were needed to restrain Bess during an incident in his home that ended up with Bess being hospit...

In shadow of Bess trade, Dolphins looking for integrity | Miami Dolphins In Depth
When Dolphins owner Stephen Ross released a statement telling the world what kind of person he wants as the team's next general manager he included this sentence: "This individual also must be a person with integrity who is open-minded and...


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/18/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include insight on Bill Lazor, Dolphins lose coach George Edwards, and what is Brent Grimes worth?

Dolphins GM search adds Dennis Hickey to list - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins may have hired a new offensive coordinator this week, but they are still searching for a new GM. The team announced that they had completed their seventh interview for the position, adding Tampa Bay's Dennis Hickey.

2014 NFL Draft First Round Pick Most Important for the Miami Dolphins in Recent Memory - The Phinsider
Are the Miami Dolphins a team on the verge of becoming a perennial playoff contender or a team destined for mediocrity? The first round of the 2014 NFL Draft may just provide us with the answer.

Dolphins Proven Performance Escalator earned by Charles Clay, Jimmy Wilson - The Phinsider

With the conclusion of the 2013 NFL season, 35 players around the league earned the Proven Performance Escalator. For the Dolphins, two players earned the increased pay for next season: Charles Clay and Jimmy Wilson.

NFL Free Agency 2014: AFC West soon-to-be free agents - The Phinsider

The 2013 NFL regular season is complete. Over the next couple of weeks, we will build our Phinsider free agency tracker, one division at a time. We continue this morning with the AFC West.