While Miami Dolphins players and at least one coach were highly criticized in the Ted Wells report on the harassment by teammates, one person who escaped much blame from Wells was head coach Joe Philbin. But that doesn’t mean Philbin has escaped the tarnish of the scandal.
While most of us spent the weekend enjoying some time off, the Miami Dolphins were hard at work trying to woo the top wide receiver in free agency to sign with the team.
Congress refused to vote for relief for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. The first Republican President famously said “a house divided against itself cannot stand.” The same holds true for the Republican Party today.
Mannageddon has officially taken hold of nearly every NFL city that could possibly need a quarterback. Miami has long been considered one of the top spots for Manning to land, but a new team powered by a retired Hall of Famer may be trying to make a big push.
While Peyton Manning’s new contract will be incentive-laden, there could be a secondary player who would come with Manning. For the Dolphins, this player could be a familiar face to Miami Hurricanes fans.
As brain trusts from every NFL team gathers in Indianapolis for the annual NFL scouting combine; all eyes are on three players: Peyton Manning, Robert Griffin, III, and Andrew Luck.; and all of their futures are intertwined with each other.
Every football fan and observer knows that head coach Tony Sparano is not going to be the Miami Dolphins head coach sooner or later. But when he’s let go, the question is, what now?