Johnson's arrest on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge on Saturday was merely the last of a succession of events that embarrassed the Dolphins' organization. Reported by NFL.com
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The time line looks something like this: we know Dolphins coach Joe Philbin sat down with Johnson when he first signed with the team to explain that he'd be under a zero-tolerance policy regarding his behavior. Thanks to "Hard Knocks," we also know Philbin had a conversation with him in the wake of his expletive-laced press conference just last week to warn him about representing the organization in an appropriate fashion. How did Johnson respond to that conversation? He posted a Twitter profile picture of him flashing two middle fingers -- both of them censored -- with the words "No F---s Given." Except he didn't use the dashes. The Dolphins didn't release Johnson on Sunday because they suspected him in the wrong for Saturday's incident -- they didn't need to go that far. And no, they didn't need to wait for a judge or a jury or a prosecutor to decide his fate. "It's more about the fit," Philbin said. "In my gut, I didn't think the fit was going to be beneficial to either party -- whether in the short term or the long term. That's what it was all about. It wasn't about one specific thing. It wasn't going to work." That said, Johnson has come out and said that he will try to catch on somewhere else in the NFL. That may prove to be a difficult task at this point.