Joe philbin

Weekend Notes
Why Joe Didn’t Know
Why Joe Didn’t Know
A CEO-type coach like the Dolphins’ Joe Philbin trusts in institutions such as the player development program and leadership councils to handle locker-room and other off-field issues. NFL players will tell you that approach will fail if those institutions aren’t strong
By Greg A. Bedard
On Further Review
There’s No Easy Answer
The Tuesday Mailbag
Opinions are wide-ranging on what needs to happen to assure another Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito situation won't reoccur. Readers weigh in, including one who believes the NFL should follow the example of another American institution
By Peter King
Open Field
The Fallout From The Ted Wells Investigation
The Fallout From The Ted Wells Investigation
The long-awaited report on the Dolphins' workplace environment is out. What was learned? It was more than just Richie Incognito harassing Jonathan Martin, punishment will be widespread and locker-room culture will never be the same
By Jenny Vrentas
Weekend Notes
Ted Wells Report: A Culture Gone Wrong
Ted Wells Report: A Culture Gone Wrong
The official report on the Jonathan Martin-Richie Incognito case isn’t an indictment of the NFL locker room as a whole, but a case study in what can happen when it’s left to operate without restraints or mature leadership
By Greg A. Bedard
Weekend Notes
There’s Life in Sun Life
There’s Some Life in Sun Life
Dennis Hickey, the Dolphins’ new GM, has the tools—and the cap room—to build a winner. Plus, how J.J. Watt plays into Houston’s Jadeveon Clowney decision
By Greg A. Bedard
The Conscience
More Than Wins and Losses
More Than Wins and Losses
In a world where coaching carousel news comes and goes as nothing more than mere fodder for the masses, Mike Munchak's firing was a stark reminder that the people on the sidelines are, you know, people too
By Don Banks
Business of Football
Here Come The Suits
Here Come The Suits
As the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin saga enters its second week, all parties involved are preparing for what comes next. From the players to the team to the league, here's a look at how this ugly situation in Miami might be resolved
By Andrew Brandt
Open Field
No Calming the Storm
No Calming the Storm
As information continues to leak out about the Incognito-Martin saga in Miami, nothing has been more porous than the patchwork offensive line. The Dolphins remain in the playoff picture despite rushing for just two yards and falling to the winless Bucs on Monday night. But for how long?
By Jenny Vrentas
Business of Football
Did the Dolphins Do Anything Wrong?
Did the Dolphins Do Anything Wrong?
The Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin story has put the spotlight squarely on the infrastructure of the Miami Dolphins organization. Who knew what and when? With the amount of support staff watching the players, <I>everything</i> is noticed
By Andrew Brandt
Behind the Face Mask
Incognito and Martin: An Insider’s Story
Incognito and Martin: An Insider’s Story
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Lydon Murtha pulls back the curtain on what he saw and what he’s heard of the relationship between Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin, from the locker room dynamic to that now-famous O-line trip to Vegas