Adam Gase worked hard to get to where he is now as the head coach of the Miami Dolphins. Gase went out and got a defensive coordinator who deserved the shot. Enter Vance Joseph. We heard great things about Joseph when he officially joined the coaching staff and he is making a great impression with his players. Keep in mind, Joseph was blocked from being the Denver Bronocs defensive coordinator last offseason. People around the league think highly of him and some believe he has head coach potential.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
CB Bobby McCain embracing Miami Dolphins' nickel role
Bobby McCain isn't likely to start, but with more teams using spread offenses, the second-year CB should receive ample playing time at nickelback.
Dolphins 2016 Offseason
With Dwyane Wade gone, can a Dolphin be face of Miami sports scene? - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
With NBA star Dwyane Wade leaving the Heat for the Bulls, the Miami sports scene needs a new top dog. Can Ryan Tannehill or another Dolphin step in?
Ex-Dolphins star Ricky Williams to open new pot-smoking gym | www.palmbeachpost.com
Former Miami Dolphins running back Ricky Williams is set to open a new venture in San Francisco — a gym that allows you to smoke marijuana while working out.
Davone Bess says he has bipolar disorder, was off meds during incident | ProFootballTalk
Former NFL wide receiver Davone Bess told an Arizona television station that his bizarre behavior which led to a SWAT team extracting him from his home was because of an undiagnosed mental illness.
Report: New Miami Stadium might not be ready for Dolphins', Hurricanes' season openers | FOX Sports
It's being described as a "dicey situation."
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Can the Dolphins become THE team in Miami again? - The Phinsider
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