Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Initially thought the Miami Dolphins were in salary cap hell this offseason. That's what the books showed. Courtesy of Dawn Aponte's buy now, pay later contracts of 2013 the credit card bill was due this year. The Dolphins presently have $145 million tied up on the team's top 51 players..." January 27
Pro Football Talk "Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes played well in the Pro Bowl on Sunday, but he was not named the game’s Most Valuable Player. That has Grimes’s wife very unhappy. As a result, Miko Grimes went off on an epic Twitter rant against the NFL on Monday afternoon, starting off with complaints about..." January 26
Pro Football Talk "Early morning football from London is here to stay. The NFL announced today that all three London games in 2015 will kick off at 9:30 a.m. Eastern. The three early games are Jets-Dolphins on October 4, Bills-Jaguars on October 25 and Lions-Chiefs on November 1." January 22
Miami Herald "The Dolphins and their doctors are beyond encouraged, and pleasantly surprised, by how quickly left tackle Branden Albert has progressed from reconstructive knee surgery, a source has told the Miami Herald. That’s great news for Albert, the organization and quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who was..." January 22
Hickey won't say whether Mike Wallace will be back or if end of season drama will play into decision. He says everything is being evaluated.
It's not just Dennis Allen joining Saints. Former Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland is being hired to do college scouting for Saints, per source.
CBS Sports Fantasy News "Dolphins owner Stephen Ross was the latest person to weigh in on the Mike Wallace situation Friday, according to The Miami Herald. When asked if Wallace will be back with the team next season, Ross said: "I don't think anyone really knows." Wallace's status with the team has been in question..." January 17
Steve ross declines to say if Mike Wallace will remain on team. Says I don't think anyone really knows."
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Todd Bowles' recent hiring as the New York Jets' head coach could mean the Dolphins will lose one of the team's top assistants. According to a league source, Dolphins defensive line coach Kacy Rodgers is viewed as a front runner to become Bowles' defensive coordinator, running the New York Jets..." January 15
Pro Football Talk "South Florida wants back in the Super Bowl mix, and they’re hoping a refurbished Sun Life Stadium can get the big game back in 2019 or 2020. According to Craig Davis of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, local leaders are making a concerted effort to land one of the next two Super Bowls to be..." January 14
Could end up replacing Joe Philbin next month, regardless of what the Dolphins are saying. Jets had that concern, at least to some degree
Miami Herald "Rob Konrad spent six seasons battering linebackers as the lead blocker for the Miami Dolphins. But Konrad survived 16 hellish hours in the Atlantic Ocean last week because his will was somehow even more powerful than his body. That’s the belief of Diana Nyad, the famed long-distance swimmer..." January 13
Miami Herald "The Miami Dolphins wide receiver corps will be an interesting place for offseason decisions soon. The team could keep or cut Brian Hartline, Mike Wallace or Brandon Gibson. Jarvis Landry and Rishard Matthews are youngsters who are still on their rookie contracts so there's no financial decision..." January 11
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Mike Tannenbaum compared his new role as the Miami Dolphins' executive vice president of football operations to being a point guard on a basketball team. He was hired by owner Steve Ross as his point man, where his role is to set everyone on the team up to be successful. Tannenbaum said his..." January 10
CBSSports.com "Former Miami Dolphins fullback Rob Konrad might be the closest thing to an actual Dolphin that the team has ever employed. According to the U.S. Coast Guard, Konrad fell into the ocean on Wednesday and only survived because he was able to swim nine miles to shore. The Coast Guard told WPTV in..." January 09
Miami Herald "Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin's status for the 2015 season was not in doubt once team owner Stephen Ross publicly endorsed him before the season ended. But that endorsement raised the question whether the Dolphins would commit to Philbin financially beyond that '15 season, which was scheduled..." January 07
Sources tell @alexmarvez and me Dolphins are expected to hand over football operations to Mike Tannenbaum in the near future. Story coming.
Yahoo! Sports "Even as far back in the early 1990s, during the initial years of Junior Seau's brilliant two-decade NFL career, the linebacker would complain to his then wife Gina of searing headaches. "When he would come home from games, he would go straight to the room," Gina told Showtime's "60 Minutes..." January 05
ESPN.com "Two new names have emerged in the New York Jets' search for John Idzik's successor. The Jets have requested permission to interview Kansas City Chiefs director of player personnel Chris Ballard and Miami Dolphins director of college scouting Chris Grier for their general manager vacancy,..." January 03
Pro Football Talk "Via USA Today and NFL.com, here is the first-team All-Pro squad as announced by The Associated Press on Friday. Fifty NFL writers compose the AP’s voting panel: OFFENSE Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay. Running back: DeMarco Murray, Dallas; Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh. Fullback: John..." January 02
Newark Star-Ledger "There was a report bounding around the internet on Wednesday morning that said ex-Jets head coach Rex Ryan—it's only been two days, so it still feels weird to type that—had been offered $8 million to coach the Dolphins' defense for several years. There are obviously several reasons why such a..." January 01
Newark Star-Ledger "If this is how it's going to end for Rex Ryan as the head coach of the Jets, we got quite a show. On a day that began with a flurry of reports about the likely firings of Ryan and general manager John Idzik, Jets-Dolphins made for an entertaining Sunday afternoon. There were big plays. There..." December 29
Pro Football Talk "The Jets are 4-12 and might be clearing house in the organization, but it was the Dolphins supplying the locker room drama after the two teams ended their 2014 season. Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace was benched for what head coach Joe Philbin described as a “coaching decision” and what..." December 29
ESPN.com "Miami Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill knows he's made progress in his third season. With one game remaining Sunday against the New York Jets, Tannehill already set career highs for touchdowns in a season (26) and passer rating (93.2). "I feel like I'm better all-around," Tannehill..." December 26
NFL.com "The rosters for the 2015 Pro Bowl, which will be Jan. 25, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN in Glendale, Arizona, the site of Super Bowl XLIV, were announced Tuesday. Like last year, it's the unconferenced format with players selected without regard to conference in voting by fans, coaches and..." December 24
Miami Herald "When Stephen Ross announced that Joe Philbin would be back as Dolphins coach after the team’s dramatic 37-35 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, the news came as a shock to many on the outside. But within the organization, it was just the next logical progression for an owner who..." December 22
No surprise here, but Dolphins owner Stephen Ross told me today that GM Dennis Hickey will be back next season.
CBSSports.com "Good news: The Dolphins won a virtually meaningless late-December game, which is more than we can say during Weeks 16 and 17 of the 2013 season. The win came on a bizarre blocked punt. Better news: Joe Philbin will be coaching the Dolphins in 2015! Owner Stephen Ross, who has been linked to Jim..." December 22
New York Post "No Giant has ever won NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. Odell Beckham Jr. could change that, and even take a huge step toward that end Sunday in St. Louis. “It’s always in the back of your mind. But right now, honestly, just finish out the last couple of games and whatever happens, happens. You..." December 19
Miami Herald "Everything about this Miami Dolphins’ 41-13 blowout loss to the New England Patriots felt like a funeral. Miami’s playoff hopes? On life support for a week, they pretty much expired in the third quarter when New England scored three touchdowns to turn a close game into a rout. Those three..." December 15
Miami Herald "Joe Philbin fate seems sealed following Sunday's 41-13 blowout loss at the hands of the New England Patriots. It wasn't so much this lone failure that is the coach's undoing but rather the last two weeks in which Philbin has been unable to coax his team to play well in the biggest games of the..." December 15
CBS Sports Fantasy News "A source told Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald on Sunday that Joe Philbin's job may be on the line if he's not able to guide the Dolphins into the playoffs. Philbin is 22–23 as a head coach. Miami has not been in the postseason since 2008, and if that continues this season, team owner Stephen..." December 14
Pro Football Talk "The Dolphins have lost one of their reserve defensive tackles for the season. The club said Friday it had placed rookie lineman Anthony Johnson on injured reserve. The 21-year-old Johnson appeared on the injury report with an ankle ailment on Thursday, and he was seen on crutches and in a..." December 13
For the #Dolphins, LB Jelani Jenkins and LB Koa Misi are bouth Doubtful. Charles Clay and Cortland Finnegan among those Questionable
Covers.com "The NFL salary cap is projected to be $138.6 million in 2015, a 4.21 percent increase over this year's $133 million. The projection was revealed to NFL owners at their meeting in Irving, Texas. That number could rise as high as $141 million, two team executives told USA Today. Last year,..." December 11
SB Nation "Roger Goodell announced a new personal conduct policy at the NFL owners meetings Wednesday. The new policy will make several changes to how policy violations are handled. For example, accused players are expected to immediately be placed on paid leave after they have been charged. In addition, the..." December 10
The Phinsider "The Miami Dolphins have an elite player in Cameron Wake, but with the team on the verge of missing the playoffs again and possibly rebuilding, should they try to move their star pass rusher to get some draft picks? This is a subject many Dolphins fans don't want to think about. Cameron Wake is..." December 09
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Miami Dolphins addressed their injury-decimated linebacker unit by signing Jake Knott to the 53-man roster on Monday. Knott, a former Iowa State standout who spent portions of the past two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, recently served a four-game NFL suspension for testing positive..." December 09
Miami Herald "The late Hall of Fame coach Bill Walsh used to say a fourth-quarter pass rush was the key to winning in the NFL. Come the fourth quarter Sunday, Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco had time. Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill had Dallas Thomas. That’s perhaps an oversimplification. But the..." December 08
Baltimore Sun "The obvious decision was to punt the ball. The Ravens had already failed twice Sunday when needing just 1 yard to prolong a drive and short-yardage situations have troubled them all year. It was still early in the third quarter and the Ravens' deficit was just three. If they didn't get the..." December 08
Miami Herald "The Dolphins defensive injuries continue to mount, particularly in the secondary. Safety Louis Delmas sustained what appeared to be a significant knee injury and was carted off the field. He did not return. After the game, initial reports said Delmas tore the ACL in his right knee. That..." December 08
CBSSports.com "Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis remains hopeful of landing Jim Harbaugh to be his next head coach, league sources said, and is prepared to spend big bucks and part with draft pick compensation to do so. Harbaugh, whose family has expressed a strong desire to remain in the Bay Area in the past,..." December 07
#Dolphins limited in practice today: TE Charles Clay, CB Cortland FInnegan, WR Brian Hartline, C Samson Satele
Miami Herald "While most of the country was cooking Thanksgiving dinner, Mike Wallace was feasting on the Jugs machine. A national holiday wasn’t going to get in the way of Wallace’s post-practice routine. He was the last one off the field Thursday afternoon, catching another 250 balls from the..." December 01
CBS Sports Fantasy News "To make room for defensive back Don Jones on the 53-man roster, the Dolphins cut cornerback Lowell Rose." November 29
Palm Beach Post "Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry celebrated his 22nd birthday Friday. You’d never know he was that young or merely in his first season. “He doesn’t play like a rookie,” guard Mike Pouncey said. “He’s a guy that wants to score every time he touches the ball. He comes in and prepares like a..." November 29
Mile High Report "First Quarter The Broncos won the toss and elected to defer, giving the ball to Miami to start the game. Miami wasted no time marching the length of the field on 7 plays. They came out in 11 personnel and spread the Broncos out, allowing Lamar Miller room to run the ball. Daniel Thomas capped..." November 24
FILED TO ESPN: #Dolphins TE Charles Clay now is a game-time decision vs. DEN w/hamstring and knee injuries, according to a source.
Florida Times Union "The most appropriate grade to put on the Dolphins' passing game right now would be "Incomplete." That's not a shot at quarterback Ryan Tannehill. He's completing a career-best 65.4 percent of his passes, a number that ranks ninth in the NFL. Rather the grade of "Incomplete" is a statement...." November 16