The Miami Dolphins are about to find out if rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill is the real deal and capable of leading the team this season.
Now that the dust has settled from the failed Chad Johnson experiment, Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin still has the unfinished business of who will start at quarterback for this week’s game against the Carolina Panthers.
The Miami Dolphins struggled to get any semblance of an offense going Friday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The struggle will be more difficult after Chad Johnson’s alleged antics cost him his job.
When the Miami Dolphins chose rookie offensive left tackle Jonathan Martin out of Stanford, they knew he would be on a learning curve switching to right tackle. But with the release of the first depth chart, Martin seems to have won the Fins coaching staff over.
Lost amidst the hubbub of a quarterback battle, the Chad Johnson experience, and the Hard Knocks cameras is that Friday night, Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin will be coaching his first NFL game ever.
While quarterback has been the focus of much of the attention in the first week of training camp for the Miami Dolphins, the running backs could turn out to be the best thing to happen to the quarterbacks.
It took several other teams to say no, but HBO’s “Hard Knocks” series has finally settled on a team to be the focus of this year’s show, the Miami Dolphins.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has struggled at times as a NFL owner, but in a conversation with CBS4′s Kim Bokamper, Ross said he is sticking to his plan to build a winner in Miami.
The Miami Dolphins have tried to wine and dine Peyton Manning, Matt Flynn, and Alex Smith to get them to sign here to play quarterback. But after losing out on all three, the Fins are right back where they started with Matt Moore set to be the team’s starting quarterback.
The Miami Dolphins didn’t hire Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer as their head coach, but it appears the Dolphins will hire one of Zimmer’s assistants.