Miami Dolphins’ Lack of Discipline Inexcusable

June 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Congratulations, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals, you have been officially usurped.
The NFL has a new gang of bad boys, and they hail from South Beach.
Ronnie Brown, Will Allen, Tony McDaniel, and Phillip Merling have all made national headlines for their run-ins with the law. And let's not forget about Jeff Ireland's mishap earlier this year, or the baggage that newcomers Brandon Marshall and Richie Incognito drag into the locker room.
It's troubling to watch players like Brown and Allen in handcuffs when they have been nothing but role models for the Miami community.
But the lack of discipline the Dolphins have taken with these players is even more trouble. Two DUIs, battery, and domestic violence appear to most as punishable crimes, but the Dolphins appear to disagree.
Granted, the NFL will likely investigate these cases and hand down suspensions or fines where they deem necessary, it still seems unprincipled of the organization to allow these pl...

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