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Bill Belichick

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  • Dolphins stand behind Dallas Thomas, expect he'll rebound

    Dolphins stand behind Dallas Thomas, expect he'll rebound
    Two days before the worst performance of his football career, Dallas Thomas was riding high after being given the Miami Dolphins' Credo Award for the week's top performing offensive player. That honor, and its impressive warrior trophy, is given out...
  • Kelvin Sheppard set to make his first start for Dolphins vs. Patriots

    Kelvin Sheppard set to make his first start for Dolphins vs. Patriots
    The Miami Dolphins beat the Patriots with backup linebackers in the season-opening 33-20 victory over New England, and it appears Joe Philbin's team will need a repeat of that Herculean effort from reserve linebackers on Sunday. Starting inside...
  • 'Tis the season for NFL trolling, with Johnny Manziel among the targets

    'Tis the season for NFL trolling, with Johnny Manziel among the targets
    Have you noticed? Late in this NFL season, a sophomoric sense of humor seems to be creeping into the staid, conservative league. Consider: •The fun began with St. Louis Coach Jeff Fisher last Sunday during the coin toss preceding the Rams' game...
  • Hyde: Give Tannehill his money — but can Dolphins save season?

    Hyde: Give Tannehill his money — but can Dolphins save season?
    Give him his due. Give him his money. The Dolphins know enough about Ryan Tannehill after three years to know he's not perfect, not yet polished, but he's their quarterback for the foreseeable future. So give him $15 million to lock him up for 2016,...
  • Sunday: Miami Dolphins (7-6) at New England Patriots (10-3), 1 p.m., Chs. 4, 12

    Kickoff: 1 p.m., Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass. TV: 4, 12. Radio: WINZ (940 AM), WBGG (105.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish). Coaches: Joe Philbin (22-23, in third season with Dolphins); Bill Belichick (228-117, in 20th season, 15th season with...
  • Patriots Rout Dolphins, Clinch AFC East Title

    Patriots Rout Dolphins, Clinch AFC East Title
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Patriots have taken care of the formality of clinching their sixth straight AFC East title. Cornerback Kyle Arrington romped 62 yards and somersaulted into the end zone with a blocked field early and the Patriots...
  • Kelly: Patriots help Dolphins unravel in third quarter, leaving team speechless

    Kelly: Patriots help Dolphins unravel in third quarter, leaving team speechless
    – The mood was light, the spirits were high, the optimism was overflowing. And most importantly, Joe Philbin's halftime speech actually did more than hold the team's attention. The Miami Dolphins' head coach is usually pretty uninspiring when it...
  • Belichick Among Possible Witnesses At Hernandez Trial

    Patriots coach Bill Belichick, team owner Robert Kraft and two NFL players who were college teammates of Aaron Hernandez are among the more than 300 government witnesses who could testify at the Bristol native's murder trial, which is scheduled to open...
  • Hyde: End of the Philbin Era is coming

    Hyde: End of the Philbin Era is coming
    At the end of another Sunday that couldn't end soon enough, Steve Ross walked out of the loser's locker room, just as he has at Gillette Stadium all six times as Dolphins owner. He buttoned his jacket against the cold, turned left down a hallway with...
  • If Trestman can't fix Cutler, then what's the point of Trestman?

    After losing to the Dolphins, a game in which he threw another interception and committed another fumble on a sack, Jay Cutler had nothing for you. “I wish I had some more answers,’’ Cutler said with resignation, as if his usual...
  • Ray Rice could be reinstated, but the road back will be a long one

    Ray Rice could be reinstated, but the road back will be a long one
    Former Ravens running back Ray Rice will probably have to be reinstated by the NFL after his appeal hearing Nov. 5-6, but he most likely won't play again until next season. Rice is still carrying too much baggage and can't completely start rebuilding...