Though it is not big news, the Dolphins will remain in a 4-3 defense under new defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. Joseph previously coached the Cincinnati Bengals secondary (like former DC Kevin Coyle). We will find out more about the defense when Joseph meets with the media Thursday.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Dolphins will remain a 4-3 defense under new coordinator Vance Joseph | The Daily Dolphin
MOBILE, Ala -- New Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph will unveil his defensive plans when he meets with the media for the first time on Thursday. But one thing is already clear: He will continue to run a 4-3 defense, according to a source.
King: Ross And Tannenbaum Believe Gase "Will Fix Ryan Tannehill" " CBS Miami
Editor in chief of MMQB on Sports Illustrated.com Peter King joined the Joe Rose Show on 560 WQAM to discuss the Dolphins hiring Adam Gase to "fix" Ryan Tannehill, Cam Newton taking over the NFL and Super Bowl 50.
Dolphins Offensive Line
Miami Dolphins: Meet the Super Bowl lineman that Miami sent packing | Dave's Digital Domain
As any Miami Dolphins follower knows all too well, the offensive line is the toughest unit to shore up, or even to keep in basic working condition. Very few teams are good at it for long. Injuries happen. High draft picks fail to develop.
Dolphins Defensive Line
Suh, Miami Dolphins have already agreed to a contract restructure | Miami Dolphins In Depth
So I spent some time on ProFootballTalk.com's live radio show Wednesday afternoon because Mike Florio is a friend and he pays me tons and tons of money (zero) to appear. And it was interesting that the topic of Ndamukong Suh...
Don Shula plans to attend the Super Bowl to root for his son
Hall of Fame coach Don Shula plans to attend the Super Bowl, where he'll root for his son, Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula.
NFL Pro Bowl
Dolphins Players Split Evenly At Pro Bowl Draft
Wide receiver Jarvis Landry and cornerback Brent Grimes will be playing for Team Rice on Sunday night, while tackle Branden Albert and safety Reshad Jones will be competing for Team Irvin.
Five Pro Bowl Dolphins? Something doesn't compute | www.palmbeachpost.com
There’s the kind of math you learn in elementary school that actually proves useful in life, assuming you don’t want to rely on your calculator app every time you leave a tip.
NFL Senior Bowl
Ohio State QB-turned-WR Braxton Miller learning from Edelman, Cobb | The Daily Dolphin
MOBILE, Ala -- Braxton Miller, one of the highest-profile players at the Senior Bowl, believes he can be a star NFL receiver. And he wants to put to rest any speculation that he might make one last effort to play quarterback in the NFL. "I'm a receiver now," Miller said.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
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Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The Phinsider
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Dolphins: Ndamukong Suh contract restructure on the table - The Phinsider
Mike Tannenbaum tells reporters the team will look at Ndamukong's Suh's contract this offseason to generate salary cap space. As has been previously reported, that was always the plan.
Senior Bowl 2016 rumors: Dolphins begin meeting with draft prospects - The Phinsider
The NFL's annual Senior Bowl is a chance for scouts and general managers to get a closer look at some of the potential draft prospects in which they may have interest. It is also a chance for the teams to actually meet with some of the college player
Dolphins free agency 2016 re-sign, tag, or leave: Spencer Paysinger - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have decisions to make on their soon-to-be free agents. We take a look at each player and decide if the team should re-sign, franchise tag, or allow the player to leave.