Koa Misi took the first reps as the Dolphins' starting middle linebacker at Tuesday's OTAs.
A Dolphins source "emphatically" told the Miami Herald that Dolphins SLB Koa Misi did not refuse a position change to middle linebacker.
A source tells the Palm Beach Post that Dolphins SLB Koa Misi thinks moving to middle linebacker would be "too much" for him to handle.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are toying with the idea of moving SLB Koa Misi to middle linebacker.
Dolphins declared SLB Koa Misi, CB Dimitri Patterson, QB Pat Devlin, RB Mike Gillislee, G/C David Arkin, G/T Dallas Thomas, and RT Jonathan Martin inactive for Monday night's Week 10 game against the Bucs.
Dolphins signed SLB Koa Misi to a four-year contract extension through 2017.
Dolphins SLB Koa Misi was sentenced to three years' probation and 400 hours of community service for his role in an April 2011 fight.
The Palm Beach Post mentions Dolphins SLB Koa Misi as a candidate for an offseason contract extension.
Dolphins SLB Koa Misi pleaded no contest to felony battery and paid a $42,000 fine to a man he punched in the face in Santa Barbara (CA) two Aprils ago.
The Palm Beach Post still expects the Dolphins to switch to a 4-3 scheme as the primary defense this season.
Dolphins LB Koa Misi pleaded not guilty to a felony battery charge Friday.
The agent for Dolphins LB Koa Misi claims his client's Friday arrest was for an incident that occurred last year, during the NFL lockout.
Dolphins LB Koa Misi was arrested Thursday night in Broward County, Florida on charges of battery with serious injury.
The Dolphins are reportedly weighing a move of OLB Koa Misi to inside linebacker.