Coming into the offseason, the Miami Dolphins needed an almost complete overhaul of the offensive line. The Fins have done a decent job plugging holes, but still need to make some moves to feel like the line is ready to protect quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
There was a little bit of Joe at the annual NFL meetings in Orlando Tuesday morning, but it wasn’t coffee. Instead, Miami Dolphins head Coach Joe Philbin met with reporters and tried again to move past the bullying scandal that defined the team last season.
After a weekend to digest the entire Ted Wells report, the Miami Dolphins and the National Football League are the next two entities expected to make decisions about several of the people named in the report.
Now that the NFL knows the scope of the racially charged Miami Dolphins bullying scandal, the league has been left to grapple with what its next steps should be.
The Miami Dolphins will have to completely rebuild the offensive line this offseason. The team will need new players at tackle and guard, but one player from last year wants to make the transition a little easier.
The final open coaching position on the Miami Dolphins’ coaching staff has finally been filled by head coach Joe Philbin.
Center Mike Pouncey and the Miami Dolphins can breathe a little easier.
With plenty to play for still on the line, the Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots must overcome a mountain of injuries in order to keep momentum going towards the final stretch and into the NFL playoffs.
The Miami Dolphins face a near must-win situation against the New England Patriots on Sunday and the team got a big piece of the offensive line back Friday.
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is sidelined again, but he’s expected to play Sunday against New England.