Dolphins coach Joe Philbin wasn’t able to save offensive line coach Jim Turner’s job. But Philbin was able to save Turner’s pay. Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports that the Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wanted to fire Turner with cause, which would have cut off the two remaining years of salary under his contract…
Though Jim Turner was fired as Dolphins offensive line coach, he got a pretty decent going-away gift.
The Miami Dolphins dysfunctional workplace has been a popular topic of conversation over the past several months, culminating in the release of the Ted Wells report last week. In light of the detailed findings of the report, head coach Joe Philbin has vowed to address the toxic work environment that has flourished unchecked in the... Show More Summary
Is running back a draft need for the Bills? Greg Cote of the Miami Herald doesn’t think Dolphins coach Joe Philbin should be vilified for not knowing what was going on with his team. The Patriots interviewed a slew of tight ends on Thursday. There are draft options at tight end for the Jets. How…
A few hours after Joe Philbin spoke, Broncos coach John Fox continued the conversation about how a coach oversees a locker room.
Something really stood out to me in the statement Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin released this week following the firings of offensive line coach Jim Turner and head trainer Kevin O'Neill. "It is not possible for a team to accomplish its goals when the fundamental values of respect are violated," Philbin said. Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS — Joe Philbin had his fallback line. Any time there seemed to be some doubt in his voice as he addressed the media at the scouting combine, he said something along the lines of: "I'm the one that's in charge of the workplace." It's...Show More Summary
Joe Philbin is responsible, except when he's not.
INDIANPOLIS – Speaking for the first time since the release of the Wells report on the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito saga, Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin on Thursday took blame allowing the environment within the organization to reach a toxic point. He also vowed to do everything in his power to improve the culture of […]
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Miami coach Joe Philbin promised Thursday that he would make the Dolphins locker Philbin Promises Better Work Environment In Miami - -
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has taken a lot of heat for his role, or lack thereof, in the controversy involving Jonathan Martin, Richie Incognito and other members of the organization. He states it won't be allowed to happen...Show More Summary
Joe Philbin claimed responsibility at the 2014 NFL Combine while also managing to not claim responsibility.
Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin kicked off the NFL Scouting Combine Thursday morning by accepting his share of the blame for the recent bullying scandal. “I want everybody to know, I’m the one responsible for the workplace environment at the Miami Dolphins,” Philbin said. Philbin was a late addition to the Scouting Combine speaker rotation,…
The initial roster of coach/G.M. press conferences to be conducted at the Scouting Combine in Indianapolis included new Dolphins G.M. Dennis Hickey — but excluded coach Joe Philbin. Philbin has now been added to the list. The Dolphins have announced that Philbin will meet with the media at 9:45 a.m. ET at Lucas Oil Stadium. …
If Dolphins coach Joe Philbin didn’t know what was happening in his locker room, he should have. Michigan State men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo explained on Friday’s edition of The Dan Patrick Show that Izzo relies on workers other than assistant coaches to keep an eye on the locker room. “I think our trainer and…
The Ted Wells report says that Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin had little knowledge of the goings-on in his own locker room. B/R's National NFL Columnist Mike Freeman spoke to an AFC coach who found it unlikely Philbin could be...Show More Summary
The “Ted Wells report” came out with plenty of findings against Richie Incognito, John Jerry, and Mike Pouncey for their roles (...)
Maybe Joe Philbin didn't know what was going on in the Dolphins locker room. But it appears offensive line coach Jim Turner did know.
The Miami Dolphins and head coach Joe Philbin need to figure out what they have in quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Is he a franchise quarterback? Can he lead the team for the foreseeable future? Is backup Matt Moore a better option? Watch...Show More Summary
The Dolphins changed offensive coordinators and general managers this offseason and they may be open to changing quarterbacks down the road as well. Jason LaCanfora of CBSSports.com reports that Dolphins coach Joe Philbin was talking up Matt Moore to prospective G.M. candidates before Dennis Hickey was hired for the job and quotes a source who…