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Joe Philbin

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  • Time for some answers from Dolphins

    Time for some answers from Dolphins
    Well, here it is. Here is their chance. Here is the perfect Dolphins' opener to show what's different besides, as coach Joe Philbin said, "all these differences." New offensive line. New running back. New offensive coordinator. New T-shirt logos ("I...
  • Sunday: New England Patriots (0-0) at Miami Dolphins (0-0), 1 p.m., Chs. 4, 12

    Kickoff: 1 p.m., Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens TV: Chs. 4, 12. Radio: WINZ (940 AM), WBGG (105.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish). Coaches: Joe Philbin (15-17, in third season with Dolphins); Bill Belichick (218-114, in 15th season with Patriots) Series:...
  • Playoffs or purge for Dolphins — and either possible

    Playoffs or purge for Dolphins — and either possible
    Another year, another hope, another Dolphins season where they're good enough to get the contracts of the old coach, the new general manager and the developing quarterback extended if they assemble the good season within their reach. That means playoffs....
  • What is behind Patriots' tradition of picking up discarded Dolphins?

    He was angry. So blessed angry. This was six games into the 2005 season and Heath Evans was just informed by phone the Dolphins cut him. But even as his blood cooked the phone rang again. New England wanted to see him. "A hurricane was coming that day,...
  • Ryan Tannehill can't explain deep ball issue

    Ryan Tannehill can't explain deep ball issue
     DAVIE – The question posed to Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill was a  simple one, and it was based on what happened against Dallas in the preaseason:  “Why is it you and Mike Wallace have trouble completing a deep pass yet Matt Moore can...
  • Dolphins looking to end playoff drought in 2014

    Quarterback Ryan Tannehill, the offensive line and the linebackers are the key to the Dolphins making their first playoff appearance since 2008. And if they don't earn a playoff berth, coach Joe Philbin's job could be in jeopardy after just three seasons....
  • Dolphins-Rams Transcripts: Philbin on Thigpen flub--'[Players] have to have a short memory'

    Dolphins-Rams Transcripts: Philbin on Thigpen flub--'[Players] have to have a short memory'
    Miami Dolphins Head Coach Joe Philbin (transcribed by Michelle Stone) (Opening Statement) – “I told the guys in the locker room, I thought anytime you come back from thirteen points down and win the football game in the fourth quarter, it&...
  • Dolphins face decision time after 14-13 victory over Rams

    Dolphins face decision time after 14-13 victory over Rams
    Quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the rest of the Dolphins starters got to relax Thursday. They didn't play a snap. The backups had the task of facing St. Louis in the preseason finale, and as a group they fared OK, defeating the Rams, 14-13, at Sun Life...
  • Self-evaluation: Philbin calls audible

    Let's see if this helps: When Dolphins players arrived for their first meeting of training camp, the music video from the Pharrell Williams song, "Happy," was playing on the large screen typically reserved for football video. That started a different...
  • Dolphins have one eye on St. Louis, one eye on New England

    Dolphins have one eye on St. Louis, one eye on New England
    Call it a game of split allegiances. When the Dolphins (2-1) host St. Louis (1-2) in Thursday's preseason finale, the reserves on the bubble to make the 53-man roster will be devoting their full attention to the Rams. This is their big game. Most of...
  • No mistaking Charles Clay's identity

    No mistaking Charles Clay's identity
    Don't call Charles Clay anything but his name. He's not a Chuck, or a Charlie. And even though he shares the same first and last name as his father don't dare call him Jr., or "the second" because their middle name is different. "When he was growing...