• An open letter to Joe Philbin

    Summary of 12 articles · Updated Feb 20, 2014
    • ESPN NFL Live analysts roast Joe Philbin

      So what is the national reaction from the Joe Philbin press conference? Adam Beasley of The Herald is at the Indianapolis Combine and he tells me that national media were underwhelmed by Philbin but not overtly critical. Well, ESPN's analysts on NFL Liv…
    • Joe Philbin struggling to maintain credibility in wake of scandal

      Joe Philbin has survived the Dolphins' locker room bullying scandal, but his credibility problem remains.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Everything Joe Philbin said (and shouted) today

      Joe Philbin addressed the local and national media today. You already got a taste of what he said in shouting an opening statement and answering questions in a more calm manner. Well, here's everything he said. In total. (Opening statement) – “I remembe…
    • Joe Philbin begins year of accountability

      Something really stood out to me in the statement Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin released this week following the firings of offensive line coach Jim Turner and head trainer Kevin O'Neill. "It is not possible for a team to accomplish its goals wh…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Dolphins' Philbin vows to fix work environment

      Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin guaranteed Thursday that the team will have a better workplace environment in 2014.
    • Quickie highlights from Joe Philbin presser

      Joe Philbin today became the first Dolphins official to discuss the Wells report and the scandal that spawned that report. He stepped to the microphones in Indianapolis in front of the national and some local media (not me, I'm home) and started with a …

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