• Dolphins' Misi involved in Fort Lauderdale nightclub brawl

    Miami Herald "Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi clocked a man in the head outside a Fort Lauderdale nightclub over the weekend, police say, but Misi was never arrested or charged because the alleged victim refused to press charges. Misi’s weapons, according to the Fort Lauderdale police incident report: hands,..." May 27

  • NFL's Koa Misi Allegedly Bashed Clubgoer In Head ... Cop Says

    TMZ "Miami Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi raised hell at a Florida nightclub -- knocking down a clubgoer with a massive strike to the head ... before trying to run from the scene, this according to the police report obtained by TMZ Sports. The report was filed by a Ft. Lauderdale police officer --..." May 26

  • Dolphins nearing agreement with Koa Misi on restructured contract

    Fox Sports "The Miami Dolphins are close to keeping a defensive starter in the fold for at least the 2016 season. FOXSports.com has learned the Dolphins are nearing agreement upon a restructured contract with Koa Misi, who is projected as the team's strong-side linebacker. " March 03

  • Branden Albert returns to full practice; Koa Misi returns too

    The Phinsider "The Miami Dolphins got some good news on Tuesday as Pro Bowl left tackle Branden Albert returned to full practice. The team also saw linebacker Koa Misi return to workouts. The Miami Dolphins are starting to get some key members of the team back to practice on Tuesday. Pro Bowl left tackle..." August 25

  • Koa Misi signs four-year extension worth reported $17 million

    CBS Sports "The Dolphins announced Saturday that they had signed linebacker Koa Misi to a four-year extension meaning he's now inked through the 2017 season and according to Brian McIntyre it's a deal worth $17 million with $8 million guaranteed. Misi the team's second-round draft pick in 2010 was in the..." September 07

  • Koa Misi sentenced to probation in 2011 battery case

    The Phinsider "Miami Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi has been sentenced from his no-contest plea stemming from a 2011 incident in California. Misi has been given three years probation, with 400 hours of community service and 12 anger management classes required, following Misi punching through the front door of an..." February 17