Picture of the day: Former USC players Jordan Cameron, Leonard Williams and Dion Bailey reunited in London on Sunday when the New York Jets defeated the Miami Dolphins, 27-14. Family. #USCtotheNFL¿¿¿¿¿¿ A photo posted by Dion Bailey (@dbailey37) on Oct 5, 2015 at 9:39am PDT In the Times: USC defensive...
The Boss is pleased... with Rick Ross telling TMZ Sports he's THRILLED the Miami Dolphins axed head coach Joe Philbin -- because now things are finally looking up for his favorite NFL team. Ross isn't just a HUUUUGE Dolphins fan -- he also…
Local football product and Miami Dolphins linebacker Spencer Paysinger has bought a home in the View Park-Windsor Hills area of Los Angeles for $895,000. Recently renovated, the 1940s Traditional behind gates features raised ceilings, large picture windows and a new kitchen complete with tile backsplash...
Since 1990 (the birth of the current playoff format), there have been just 25 playoff teams to start with a record of 1-3 or worse through four games. Needless to say, things do not look good for the Miami Dolphins. Owner Stephen Ross...Show More Summary
There are slim TE pickings on the waiver wire as Greg Olsen and Jordan Cameron hit the bye week. The bye weeks ramp up with four teams on bye in Week 5. The Minnesota Vikings, Carolina Panthers, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins are all...Show More Summary
With no Adrian Peterson or Chris Ivory available this week, we examine some potential waiver wire options at running back. The bye teams are cranking up this week, with the Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets and Carolina Panthers all getting Week 5 off. Show More Summary
The new Miami Dolphins coach says talent is not their problem.
The Miami Dolphins are dreadful. They’re 1-3 and in the AFC East cellar. They fired fourth-year head coach Joe Philbin on Monday. And reports continue to surface about an uninspired culture within the locker room. Much of Miami’s angst...Show More Summary
A look at the Miami Dolphins decision to fire head coach Joe Philbin. What should they be looking for in a full-time replacement moving forward?
Coach Joe Philbin was fired on Monday.
Miami Dolphins interim head coach Dan Campbell had some forceful words for his players during his first news conference as the team's new leader. "We have to change the culture," said Campbell, who was named interim after team owner Stephen Ross fired Joe Philbin on Monday. Show More Summary
For Miami Dolphins fans, the wait is over; after Sunday’s 27-14 loss to the Jets, Joe Philbin has officially been fired. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said in a statement “This was a tough decision form me […]
A 1-3 start was enough for the Miami Dolphins to decide they've had enough of head coach Joe Philbin. He was fired Monday after going 24-28 since taking over the team in 2012. The team ranks last in the NFL in rushing defense despite signing defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh for six years and $114 million in free agency.
With their season going nowhere following another lackluster performance in London on Sunday, the Miami Dolphins' brass got back to the United States and decided to make a head coaching change. Joe Philbin is out as Dolphins coach. Dan Campbell, the tight ends coach, will be the interim coach. Show More Summary
The Miami Dolphins are 1-3, they've fired their head coach and Ryan Tannehill is angry. Those are the things we already knew, but a report from Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post details just how weird things are inside the organization...Show More Summary
The Miami Dolphins have announced that Dan Campbell is their new interim head coach, replacing the fired Joe Philbin. Campbell has been the Dolphins’ tight ends coach for the last five years. He was initially brought to the staff by former head coach Tony Sparano, who first hired him as a coaching intern in 2010,…
Joe Philbin has been fired by the Miami Dolphins after a 1-3 start to his fourth season as the team's head coach. “This was a tough decision for me to make knowing how tirelessly Joe worked in his four years here to make this a winning team," Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said in a statement Monday...
Most of the time, when you see a headline like this, you think that the Miami fan in question will unleash a torrent of profanity, or break everything he owns. Nope. Following last week’s 41-14 loss against the Bills, this guy just started dancing and didn’t stop. But it wasn’t happy dancing. It was dancing to […]
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross seemed to be the only person who didn’t see the relationship with coach Joe Philbin ending poorly. Or maybe Ross had another agendas and didn’t want to see it coming. It was a surprise when Ross declared...Show More Summary
Joe Philbin became the first coaching casualty of the National Football League's 2015 season after leading the Miami Dolphins to a 1-3 start to the campaign, the team said on Monday.