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Top Position Battle to Watch in Miami Dolphins Training Camp

The Miami Dolphins will open training camp July 30 under fourth-year head coach Joe Philbin. What is the top position battle to keep an eye on in Dolphins camp? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in-depth with Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms in the video above. Read more NFL news on

PFT Live: Late-season collapse lies on Joe Philbin’s shoulders

Playing 23-25 football under current coach Joe Philbin, the Dolphins are on the doorstep to something great, but Armando Salguero says it takes actual leadership from Philbin to get the team over the threshold.

PFT Live: Dolphins talk with Armando Salguero, Saints talk with Larry Holder

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin says that he didn’t come to Miami to be “average,” but that’s what the Dolphins have been in his first three years on the job. On Monday’s PFT Live, we’ll be talking about their chances of being better than average when Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald joins Mike Florio for…

Joe Philbin didn’t come to Miami to be “average”

Coach Joe Philbin has guided the Dolphins for three seasons, to a record of 23-25 and no playoff berths. He knows that’s not an acceptable track record. “I came here to win championships. I didn’t come here to be average and be 8-8,” Philbin told James Walker of “Steve Ross doesn’t own the team…

Tom Coughlin and NFL Head Coaches Under the Most Pressure in 2015

A 6-10 record last season cast an unfriendly shadow on the New York Giants' two Super Bowl titles under Tom Coughlin. As a result, he, Jay Gruden, Joe Philbin and several other NFL head coaches are under immense pressure in 2015 to bring winning ways to their respective franchises. The NFL is a cruel and unforgiving business. Show More Summary

The 5 Biggest Issues Facing Miami Dolphins with OTAs Wrapped

The Miami Dolphins have taken extraneous measures to improve their roster this offseason. Now, with organized team activities (OTAs) wrapped, head coach Joe Philbin is getting his first look at the roster and how it's assembled. TheShow More Summary

Philbin takes blame for Sturgis injury

Dolphins coach Joe Philbin spoke to the media on Monday, for the first time since kicker Caleb Sturgis suffered an injury while playing kickball. And while Philbin didn’t have much to say about it, he said enough to make it clear that Sturgis doesn’t bear any blame for it. “Everything that happens from the minute…

Injury helps put Dolphins kicker Caleb Sturgis on hot seat

Being hurt isn’t the kind of thing that automatically puts your job in jeopardy. But when you were on the fringes of jeopardy because of your performance, it doesn’t help. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said kicker Caleb Sturgis would miss the rest of the offseason work because of a leg injury,  with no timetable on…

ProFootballTalk: Does Joe Philbin’s job rely on a playoff appearance?

The receiving corps in Miami is much improved since last season, but Mike Florio says it’s “playoffs or bust” for head coach Joe Philbin and it’s up to Ryan Tannehill to step-up his game.

Wednesday morning one-liners

The Bills want to run as many plays as possible at OTAs. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin wants to see how his players finish. (If they don’t finish in the playoffs, Philbin may be finished.) Here’s a look at the Patriots’ rookie class. The Jets hired seven new scouts. Ex-Ravens DT Terrance Cody has an August…

Monday morning one-liners

A look at the Bills safeties heading into OTAs. Said Dolphins coach Joe Philbin of the team’s new wide receivers, “So the biggest thing from a coach’s seat is let’s get these guys out on the field, let’s get them as many reps as we possibly can, as many looks and as many different coverages…

Sunday morning one-liners

Mario Williams is preparing for a change in his role on the Bills Defense. Dolphins coach Joe Philbin is looking forward to the team’s organized team activities. The chance to see QB Jimmy Garoppolo in a game could prove to be a positive for the Patriots. Jets coach Todd Bowles shared his thoughts on making…

Agent: Dolphins are “betting on the come” with Tannehill deal

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 Complete Miami Dolphins Draft Primer

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

PFT Live: Greg Jennings says Miami a ‘great fit’ for his skillset

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.

6 2015 NFL Draft Picks Who Could Be Opening-Game Starters for the Miami Dolphins

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

Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Miami Dolphins' Top 3 Picks

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

PFT Live: Dolphins can no longer afford to get stop-gap veterans

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.

The Dolphins aren't letting history stand in their way

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

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