When I say Quarterbacks I mean Quarterback. Sure Matt Moore is good but it doesn’t look likely at all that he will be taking Ryan Tannehill’s spot unless Ryan gets injured. Last year I was worried when the Dolphins drafted Tannehill with the 8th overall pick, he hadn’t really taken a lot of snaps in college so I was worried he would be a total bust. But that doubt instantly went away after his great rookie season. With 282 completions, 484 attempts, 3,294 passing yards, and 12 touchdowns and 13 interceptions, he was a great improvement over Chad Henne. Sure it wasn’t a great season but considering he had to work with a receiving core of Brian Hartline, Davone Bess, and Anthony Fasano how could you expect better?
But this season GM Jeff Ireland went out to put tools around the new franchise quarterback. Starting with the big playmaker Mike Wallace who had 64 receptions, 836 receiving yards, and 8 receiving touchdowns with the Steelers last season. It wasn’t his best season but he sti…
We all remember when the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders did their lip-syncing cover of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” last year, right?Well, the ladies are back and better than ever and this time their musical performance covers Taylor Swift’s “22″ hit song. Oh, the joys of 2013.The video pretty much uses the same successful ingredients as their last viral one. It involves a song that everyone knows, a group full of attractive women, and bikinis.No thanks required. You are welcome.Via The Big Lead
The Miami Dolphin Cheerleaders are at it again. A year after they covered “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen the bikini clad ladies are at it again.
This time the cheerleaders are taking on Taylor Swift’s hit song “22″ with bikini’s and pom poms.
Kudos to the girls who are hoping to have more to cheer about this year following a 7-9 season with a first year coach and quarterback. To help Joe Philbin and Ryan Tannehill out the Dolphins added receiver Mike Williams.
The girls are hoping you share the video using #mdc22 on twitter and facebook.
Remember last summer when EVERYONE had a parody video of ‘Call Me Maybe?’ Of course you do. You loved it. Well, we aren’t certain that Taylor Swift’s ’22′ is going to go the same route, but the Miami Dolphins’ Cheerleaders are back to kick this summer off with their own lip synching video to the popular song. Not that we needed another reason to stare at them. But whatever works. H/T BLS
Broward County Circuit Judge Kathleen McHugh can step out of the spotlight now that she has set Chad Johnson free.
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Chad Johnson only had to serve seven days of the 30-day jail sentence that was handed down to him last week. On Monday, Johnson was reportedly granted an immediate release from jail after he apologized to Judge Kathleen McHugh. That’ll teach him a lesson. For those of you who have not followed, McHugh agreed to [...]
Chad Johnson is a free man.
The Associated Press reports that Johnson was released from jail Monday after apologizing to Broward County Circuit Judge Kathleen McHugh for his behavior last week, when he playfully slapped his lawyer on the butt during a probation hearing.
“I just wanted to apologize for disrespecting the court last time,” said Johnson, wearing a tan jail jumpsuit with his hands shackled at the waist. “I apologize. I did have time to reflect on the mistakes I made in this courtroom.”
McHugh, who called his actions an “arrogant disregard for a court order,” accepted Johnson’s apology, slashing his 30 day jail term to just seven.
Now that he’s out of the clinker, the 35-year-old may opt to focus on continuing his football career. Between his age and ever-growing baggage, however, teams won’t exactly be lining up for his services. Perhaps more time with Porkchop is in order.
In newly filed court documents, Chad Johnson claims that he only makes $3,000/month, which is a far cry from the millions he used to make as a wide receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals a few years ago.According to a report, Johnson’s expenses outpace the income coming in, which has been calculated to the tune of $45,982.76 per month.Johnson has been in a battle with his baby mamas in an effort to get his child support payments lowered, as he’s not making the same amount of money when he had his kids, along with the fact that he’s unemployed.In documents filed in April, Johnson claims he only makes $3,000/month, but that low amount disappears thanks to the $16,525 he already pays in child support.Also, you have to look at what Johnson has to pay per month, which includes a $9,063.24 in mortgage payments, $2,000 in food, $2,650 on his car expenses, $3,500 on clothing, $250 for grooming, $5,000 in entertainment, $1,000 in pet expenses along with other various expenses that …
The Miami Dolphins have signed third-year undrafted free agent Joe Hastings. Hastings, who was recently released by the 49ers, has only appeared in one game back in 2011. He’s got a tough road ahead of him to make the final roster and could be headed to the practice squad.
In a corresponding move, the Dolphins released, highly regarded UDFA Courtney Gardner out of Sierra College. Gardner had been courted by the Chargers after the draft and later settled with the Dolphins. It’s not a good sign for a once promising player to be replaced this early by a third-year journeyman such as Hastings.
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Say what you want about Terrell Owens, but you can’t say he’s not a good friend. The former NFL wide receiver visited his buddy and fellow former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson in jail on Saturday. Johnson was sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating the terms of his probation, which came as a [...]
Even though Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace signed a five-year, $60 million contract, it turns out he ended up leaving some money some money on the table by signing in Miami.
“In free agency, with so many great guys, when you get the prize deal, it’s always a good feeling,” Wallace told USA TODAY Sports after Wednesday’s minicamp practice. “I just wanted to be happy. Money isn’t everything. A lot of people last year, when I held out in Pittsburgh, took it the wrong way, felt like I was just being greedy.”
Wallace’s father told USA Today Sports that his son turned down a contract worth $76 million.
“I know this: He’s going to give Miami their money’s worth,” Wallace’s father said. “Dolphins fans are going to love him. He worked hard and deserved everything he got. So don’t call him selfish.”
Mike said he chose the Dolphins because he felt like they could get him a Super Bowl ringer quicker.
“I performed so well for so long, I just wanted to be well compensated,” he said.
Could the Dolphins offense break out this season ? Well many National writers seem to think so.
Whether it’s Greg Rosenthal or Bucky Brooks the Dolphins has got the national media’s attention. In Bucky Brooks story on NFL.com (link below) he says Ryan Tannehill might be on the verge of stardom. Greg Rosenthal had Ryan Tannehill as one of the top 10 QB’s under 25 and USA Today asks if Tannehill be the next best AFC East QB. Even the folks at ESPN had Ryan Tannehill as the number one NFL player primed for a breakout this season.
The Dolphins as many are more than aware went on a shopping spree for some new toys for Ryan Tannehill and with viable help on the outside and down the middle this team maybe ready to take the next step this sea…
Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace was the hottest free agent in the 2013 class and his blazing speed made him the hot chick in the club so to speak.
However, Wallace says he’s no money hungry player who wants the biggest pay day; he wanted to get paid of coarse, but also wanted the right fit.
The perception was Wallace was out for top dollar, but the receiver disputes that claim.
He is scoffing at what he considers is the train of thought in Pittsburgh that he only wanted a boatload of cash when he signed a five-year, $60-million deal with the Miami Dolphins.
“In free agency, with so many great guys, when you get the prize deal, it’s always a good feeling,” Wallace said, via Jim Corbett of USA Today Sports.
”I just wanted to be happy. Money isn’t everything. A lot of people last year, when I held out in Pittsburgh, took it the wrong way, felt like I was just being greedy.”
“I performed so well for so long, I just wanted to be well compensat…
Last season, Brian Hartline caught 74 passes for just over 1,000 yards and led the Miami Dolphins in receiving.This season, Hartline might be the third best receiver on the team.The Dolphins improved in many areas of the roster this season, but none received a makeover like the receiving corps through free agency.With new bodies in place and a new tight end to throw to, Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has to like his chances of becoming a Pro Bowl player in only his second season in the NFL.“Absolutely, I think we are,” Hartline said in an interview on ProFootballTalk.com. “Add Dustin Keller in there, Lamar Miller’s a great back and Daniel Thomas is a great back out of the backfield. The whole passing game is an advantage of ours.”Last season, the Dolphins weren’t expected to be anywhere near as “good” as they were, pulling out a 7-9 season when most pundits thought they would be one of the worst, if not the worst team in the league.The highlight of the offseason was the signing…