This is the November 26, 2012 news archive. View today's Dolphins rumors and news.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- The New England Patriots lost their second defensive end in nine days on Monday when Jermaine Cunningham was suspended for four games without pay for violating the NFL policy on performance-enhancing substances.Share Tweet
I told you earlier that Ryan Tannehill took a step in his development on Sunday by rallying his team and helping to deliver a come-from-behind victory. Great quarterbacks must be able to do that, among other things. But I stress that feat is only a step…Share TweetMiami Dolphins defensive back Jonathon Amaya has been charged with battery after police say he choked a taxi driver.Share Tweet
Good News, Miami! There's More Stadium Work For You To Publicly Finance.deadspin.com Nov 26, 2012Miami has another outdated stadium that needs hundreds of millions of dollars worth of renovations. A politician instrumental in getting the Marlins taxpayer funding says the renovations are necessary. The Dolphins don't have the cash or the desire to p…Share Tweet
Dolphins sprinklers go off as stadium funding talk comes upFile this one under I, for “I’m certain it’s all just a remarkably timed coincidence.” On the very same day a local Miami politician said the Dolphins’ stadium needs upgrades, but he doesn’t know how to pay for them, the Dolphins’ stadium beShare TweetThe Bills gave up a return touchdown for the second straight week. Dolphins WR Davone Bess kept finding ways to get open in the fourth quarter. The Patriots will try to wrap up the AFC East this week. Speculating about possible coaching and personnel ca…Share TweetBush and Bush score simultaneous touchdowns At exactly 54 seconds past 2:03 Eastern Time on Sunday, both Reggie Bush of the Miami Dolphins and Michael Bush of the Chicago Bears hit the end zone. Ray Rice's amazing fourth-and-29 conversion This might beShare TweetNot that the Seahawks don’t have bigger problems, but they left Miami last night seething over a penalty they felt was unfairly called. Seahawks safety Earl Thomas was flagged for roughing the passer, after catching Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill wShare TweetESPN.com Nov 26, 2012Will the Miami Dolphins (5-6) make the playoffs? Find out now with ESPN.com’s Playoff Machine to. The Playoff Machine allows you to pick the winners and examine all the scenarios for the Dolphins and other teams to get into the postseason. We are down tShare Tweetdolphinsgab.com Nov 26, 2012Photo Gallery of the Dolphins Comeback Win Over SeattleShare Tweetdolphinsgab.com Nov 26, 2012The Dolphins young squad did a lot of growing up on Sunday, and it was led by their rookie quarterback who deserves a game ball. Ryan Tannehill and the Fins offense put up 17 fourth quarter points, the final three on a Dan Carpenter 43-yard field goal a…Share Tweet