Miko Grimes took to Twitter Sunday after the Dolphins 18-12 loss to the Colts, yet again making more headlines than her football playing husband. 

The wife of Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes spouted off on the social media platform, eviscerating Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill and three Miami area reporters—who she apparently has a running beef with—posting several vulgar tweets in frustration over the direction of the franchise and apparently its coverage.

Her account, @mikogrimes, was suspended by Twitter but Deadpsin was able to screen grab the incendiary tweets.

These are the PG-rated ones:

"i knew this qb stunk the minute we signed to this team but i tried to keep quiet so i didn't dicourage bae from believing in his team"

"i shoulve known we were gonna lose when i heard we didn't complete a pass a SINGLE PASS in 2min drills this week against the practice squad defense"

"My Column: How many people does ryan tannehill have to get fired before you realize he's the problem." 

The truly inflammatory tweets, according to Deadspin, were directed toward reporters Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post and Adam Beasley and Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald and anyone agreeing with them. Her reference to Magic Johnson in one of the posts was particularly in poor taste. 

"In conclusion ... the triple A's have an agenda. Destroy the defense and make everything look like Tannehill is not the problem. #GotIt."

"so according to these fuck boys yall call reporters, the d has to hold teams to 12pts per game since thats what our offense averages lately."

"the triple A's: armando, andrew and adam. fuck all three of yall with Magic Johnson's dick!"

"its funny how the RT fans are ok with the media trashing everyone EXCEPT him. get yall dick ridin asses out of my mentions! he's a BUM!"

"its like tannehill enjaculates and drops a drop of jizz in yall mouth like a mother feeding her baby birds in her nest"   

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Miko Grimes made headlines earlier this year when she was arrested on charges of battery on a police officer, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct following an altercation outside Sun Life Stadium prior to the Dolphins Week 3 matchup with the Bills. The charges were later dropped but the negative attention led WQAM to drop her from a radio gig with the station. 

The Dolphins have, according to the Miami Hearld, met with the couple at least five times to discuss Miko's social media habits. Sounds like they're about to be called back into the principal's office for a sixth time. 

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