Friday, January 31, 2014
Morning take: Miami Super Bowl?
By James Walker
Here are the most interesting Miami Dolphins stories Friday from around the Web:
Morning take: I don’t know about every year. But I think Miami should be in a short rotation. However, failure to get stadium upgrades will hold Miami back, and I don’t see the Dolphins getting the public funding they’d like.
- Former Dolphins Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino thinks the Super Bowl should be in Miami every year, according to the New York Post.
Morning take: Hickey was in Tampa for 18 years, but it’s hard to know who exactly were his picks when he wasn’t the top person in the building. This draft is important for Hickey.
- Former Tampa Bay defensive lineman Warren Sapp praised new Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey, according to the team’s website.
Morning take: Incognito is in the midst of a bullying scandal with former teammate Jonathan Martin. We will know a lot about both players once the NFL releases Ted Wells’ report.
- Embattled Dolphins guard Richie Incognito is trying to clear his name, according to the Sun Sentinel.
Morning take: It’s not a coincidence that both players decided to bring this up during Super Bowl week. There are millions of sports fans focused on the NFL, and both are angling to get their side of the story out.
- The NFLPA says enough with the back and forth between Incognito and Martin, according to the Palm Beach Post.