Last September, Dolphins coach Joe Philbin was unwilling to commit to Ryan Tannehill as the team’s starting quarterback before a game in London against the Raiders. Tannehill wound up starting and beat the Raiders to put a hold on considerations that came to a total halt this week when Tannehill signed a six-year extension with…
The 2015 NFL draft is the best opportunity for teams that are looking to build the roster for the future. Unfortunately, the Miami Dolphins may not have that long to wait. Head coach Joe Philbin is firmly on the hot seat, which means...Show More Summary
Greg Jennings picked the Dolphins as his next landing spot and the receiver cites his relationship with Joe Philbin and what the team is building on as major contributing factors into making his decision.
Let's face it, the approach to the draft is a little different when the people running the team are on the hot seat. Thus, while head coach Joe Philbin may not be the one with final say over all draft picks, the Miami Dolphins may take...Show More Summary
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin must have cooling packs in his back. That's the only way to explain how he's been able to withstand the heat of the hot seat over the past year-and-a-half since the locker-room scandal of Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito. Show More Summary
Dolphins’ insider Armando Salguero joins Mike Florio to discuss the Dolphins’ big investment in Ndamukong Suh and the future of Ryan Tannehill and Joe Philbin in Miami.
Winning free agency doesn't concern Joe Philbin. PHOENIX -- History has not been kind to the so-called "winners" from NFL free agency. Year after year the league's biggest spenders fail to live up to the expectations of a spring spending spree. In 2014, it was the Buccaneers. Show More Summary
What should Miami Dolphins fans make of Monday's news that head coach Joe Philbin received a one-year contract extension? Not much. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross announced at the NFL owners meeting in Phoenix that Philbin will be extended through the 2016 season. Show More Summary
The Dolphins have indeed added a fifth season to Joe Philbin’s contract. Philbin, who was in the final year of his original four-year deal with Miami, has had his contract extended through 2016, owner Stephen Ross indicated Monday, multiple Dolphins beat writers reported on Twitter. According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, Ross indicated…
Bills General Manager Doug Whaley said last week was ” the most activity I’ve seen on the trade front.” Can coach Joe Philbin change along with the Dolphins? Matt Light didn’t play in this Patriots Super Bowl win, but he still got a kick out of it. Jets cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie aren’t the…
The trade came two years after the Vikings tried to sign Wallace, who was benched by Dolphins coach Joe Philbin in the second half of their final game last season after an argument between the 28-year-old and the coaching staff.
The world was watching. We all knew what would happen, but we were all watching anyway during the eighth season of HBO's Hard Knocks, as Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin told wide receiver Chad Johnson that he would be releasedShow More Summary
Suh, GM Dennis Hickey, EVP of Football Ops Mike Tannenbaum and owner Stephen Ross all got in on the action. Joe Philbin was there too.
The Miami Dolphins have been the definition of mediocrity in recent seasons. It is indicative in their 8-8, 8-8 and 7-9 records over the past three years under coach Joe Philbin. Perhaps the biggest issue is Miami put together a roster filled with solid -- but not elite -- players. Show More Summary
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin is firmly on the hot seat. Whether general manager Dennis Hickey is feeling the same way or not could be the determining factor in how aggressive the Dolphins are in free agency. They could also be affected by their salary-cap situation, which is not one of the best in the NFL. Show More Summary
"Are we better off now than we were four years ago?" It's a question that often gets thrown around a lot during election season, as Presidential candidates try to convince the American public that the old guard needs to be replaced with a new vision. It's also a question that could be asked of Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin. Show More Summary
The Dolphins added a player with a connection to head coach Joe Philbin to their 90-man roster on Tuesday. The team announced that they have signed tight end Ryan Taylor, who was released by the Browns in late December. The Browns were Taylor’s third stop of the 2014 season as he also spent time with…
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin stood on the sideline at Gillette Stadium dejected after his team had been knocked out of playoff contention for a third straight year. The New England Patriots had walloped the Dolphins, 41-13,Show More Summary
The Dolphins decided to stick with Joe Philbin as their head coach for a fourth season and Philbin has decided to stick with defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle for a fourth season as well. Philbin said at the end of the season that he hadn’t made any decisions about which members of his coaching staff would…
It feels like we say this every year, but the 2015 NFL draft is of enormous importance for Joe Philbin and the Miami Dolphins. This is the point in the year when the deeper scouting and analysis starts up, and it can be overwhelmingShow More Summary