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CB Brent Grimes Feels He’ll Be Back In Miami In 2014

CB Brent Grimes Feels He’ll Be Back In Miami In 2014

Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes said today he’s optimistic but not certain that he will re-sign with Miami, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. He said his agent Ben Dogra has spoken to the Dolphins a few times. “I’m pretty optimistic,” he said.…
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  • Dolphins apparently eyeing Albert over Monroe in UFA

    Dolphins apparently eyeing Albert over Monroe in UFA

    Here we go again. The Branden Albert to Miami rumors have begun anew and, no, they are not a suprise but boy are they interesting. NFL Media insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday evening the Dolphins are expected to make a strong run at landing Albert if…
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  • Dolphins union rep says fallout is overblown

    Dolphins union rep says fallout is overblown

    ESPN.com Feb 24
    The players' union representative from the Miami Dolphins says the fallout from their bullying scandal is overblown because every NFL team has a similar locker-room culture.
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  • Two Dolphins’ Paths to a Bullying Scandal

    Two Dolphins’ Paths to a Bullying Scandal

    nytimes.com Feb 24
    While Miami’s Richie Incognito has been the leading figure in a bullying scandal, two offensive linemen, John Jerry and Mike Pouncey, served as henchmen, a report found.
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  • Two Dolphins’ Paths to a Bullying Scandal

    Two Dolphins’ Paths to a Bullying Scandal

    nytimes.com Feb 24
    While Miami’s Richie Incognito has been the leading figure in a bullying scandal, two offensive linemen, John Jerry and Mike Pouncey, served as henchmen, a report found.
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  • Ryan Tannehill says bullying case is “behind us”

    Ryan Tannehill says bullying case is “behind us”

    Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill says his team is ready to move on from the bullying case that led to one player leaving the team, one player being suspended by the team, and a coach and trainer getting fired after the season. “I think it’s behind us…
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  • Report: No offer from Dolphins to Paul Soliai yet

    Report: No offer from Dolphins to Paul Soliai yet

    With Randy Starks and Paul Soliai set to become free agents next month, the Dolphins have some decisions to make about how to move forward on the defensive line. If they’ve made one about how much they’re willing to pay Soliai, they’ve kept it to themse…
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  • Joe Philbin, Hickey working on rapport

    Joe Philbin, Hickey working on rapport

    ESPN.com Feb 24
    It is no secret that Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin and former general manager Jeff Ireland had a falling out last season. It was a major reason Dolphins owner Stephen Ross had to part ways with Ireland to split up the butting of heads and fighti…
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  • Evaluating the Miami Dolphins roster: Running Back

    Evaluating the Miami Dolphins roster: Running Back

    In 2013 the Dolphins running backs were like the Dolphins as a whole, inconstant. The combination of Daniel Thomas and Lamar Miller combined for the 26th ranked rushing game in the NFL at 90.0 yards a game. These two got no help from the offensive line,…
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  • Clayton's mailbag -- No weak link in NFC West

    Clayton's mailbag -- No weak link in NFC West

    ESPN.com Feb 24
    Expect the Rams and Cardinals to make the NFC West a four-team race. Plus: the Dolphins' O-line needs, QB salaries and more.
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  • NFL combine takeaways: Miami Dolphins

    NFL combine takeaways: Miami Dolphins

    The 2014 NFL combine is reaching its final stages. It was an interesting year with plenty of good stories and developments. Here are a few that stood out for the Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins clearly have a huge need on the offensive line. Therefore, tha…
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  • Monday morning one-liners

    Monday morning one-liners

    The Bills don’t expect to make sweeping changes to their defense. The state of the Dolphins was a big topic at Jason Taylor’s charity golf outing. Minnesota DB Brock Vereen would like to join a team other than the Patriots so he can hit his brother RB S…
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Sports Columnists

  • Draft keeps looking better as combine progresses

    Feb 24
    This year's draft keeps looking better as the combine progresses, with the defensive linemen and linebackers the latest to impress, writes John Clayton.
  • Clayton's mailbag -- No weak link in NFC West

    Feb 24
    Expect the Rams and Cardinals to make the NFC West a four-team race. Plus: the Dolphins' O-line needs, QB salaries and more.
  • Here’s (The Real) Johnny

    Feb 24
    INDIANAPOLIS — The offseason. That’s a good one. Browns chase Jim Harbaugh. Lose. Michael Sam meets the press. Wins. Then he lifts weights. Loses. Johnny Manziel undergoes radical image-ectomy. Early returns: good. Ray Rice undergoes radical image destr…