What does 1,083 yards and one whole touchdown earn you? It earns you a five-year contract worth $30.8 million, with $12.5 million guaranteed. That is, if you play for the Miami Dolphins. Brian Hartline was the Dolphins' leading receiver during last season's barn-burning 7-9 season. And now, accord ... More >>
With two pre-season games left to play, the Dolphins still have a lot of unanswered questions lingering like a drunk old man who won't leave the bar. Ryan Tannehill wonders who he'll be throwing to. Joe Philbin wonders if any of the bubble players will step up and earn a job. Jeff Ireland wonders i ... More >>
The Dolphins' second pre-season game tonight against the Carolina Panthers should be interesting, in that the entire roster remains in flux with five weeks left to go before the season starts.Players are injured, the receiving corps is a huge question mark, and our once-reliable kicker is now just a ... More >>
HBO's Hard Knocks featuring the Miami Dolphins debuted last night and filled us all with the inevitable feeling of false hope and overhyped enthusiasm for our shitty, shitty football team.But a reality show featuring the Fins is a nice change of pace from their old NORAD-like, supersecretive attitud ... More >>
sportsgreed.comChad Henne: New Times' Best Sports Bust.New Times Best of Broward-Palm Beach edition is here, folks.If you noticed that Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne took the cake for biggest sports bust, you might wonder if we're second-guessing our selection of Henne over LeChoke LeBron ... More >>
flickr.comThis week brought news that Bill Parcells is leaving his post as vice president of football operations for the Dolphins. Upon closer inspection, it sure seems like the Tuna was given the hook. And though he's nothing short of a football legend -- and it might sound almost sacrilegious t ... More >>
Dolphins fans don't need another reason to hate the Jets, but New York's head coach sure gave us one more on Saturday. That's when Rex Ryan flipped off Dolphins Fans at a mixed martial arts bout in Sunrise. An astute spectator snapped a camera phone image, above, of Ryan's expression of Dolphins ... More >>
John Linn I really enjoyed my grilled, bone-in pork chop basted in Coca-Cola sauce and apple chutney at Bash Wine Cafe in Sunrise. The chop could've been a touch less done, but the Cola sauce was wonderfully balanced -- not overly-sweet like I'd expected -- and the chutney was soft and tangy. As ... More >>
flickr.com No pressure, Tim, it's only your brain. Though the University of Florida and coach Urban Meyer have been nothing but careful with their words, I don't think there was ever really a doubt that Tim Tebow would play in tonight's big game against LSU. This, just two weeks rem ... More >>
Corporate sponsorship has worked out really well for soccer uniforms.When NFL team owners meet in Fort Lauderdale in May, they will decide whether the Miami Dolphins will soon become the Wackenhut Security Services Miami Dolphins. Now, yes, I did take this story up a couple of levels. But what the t ... More >>
A Baltimore Raven defense led by two former University of Miami stars, Ray Lewis and Ed Reed, thrashed our spunky Dolphins yesterday, 27-9. I could've sworn the Ravens were playing with 14 men on defense, but I'll have to go back to the tape to make sure. At any rate, those blitz packages seemed to ... More >>
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