Morning Walkthrough: Dolphins are Twitter happy to have signed Ochocinco.

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Morning Walkthrough: Dolphins are Twitter happy to have signed Ochocinco.

The Dolphins are twitter happy that Ocho signed in Miami. Why? Headphones, of course.

This stuff isn't funny. I used to think it was, but it isn't. It sucks.

Dustin Keller sees dough moving out to other Jets and fellow tight ends and is curious where his might be. On Gronk's deal, Keller says, ""He had two years left on his contract and was able to get a real nice deal done," Keller said. "Well above what the market before that was for tight ends. I'm really happy for him, and he's earned it for sure."

Really cool story about the workouts Browns receiver Greg Little went through while exiled from the UNC football program.

An argument for why Jim Schwartz should be in no rush to sign an extension in Detroit.

Clowney fined for hit on Brady; Rowe fined for unsportsmanlike penalty

Clowney fined for hit on Brady; Rowe fined for unsportsmanlike penalty

When Tom Brady complained to officials during the third quarter of last week's Divisional Round game against the Texans, he was wondering why Jadeveon Clowney wasn't penalized for a late hit. 

Not only did Brady get the call a little later in the game when Clowney hit him again in the fourth, but Clowney has now been fined for that hit. Per Pro Football Talk, Clowney was docked $18,231 for roughing the passer. 

Brady defended his on-the-field tantrum in the third quarter after Clowney's hit, insisting it may have helped lead to the Patriots being given extra yardage in the fourth. 

"Yeah, I would love to try to make sure the officials are paying close attention," Brady told WEEI's Kirk and Callahan show. "If we can get one of those 15-yard penalties, those are important."

Patriots corner Eric Rowe was also fined for his actions during the Divisional Round. He was hit with a $12,154 penalty after picking up an unsportsmanlike penalty for pulling a Texans player off of a scrum in the first quarter