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Miami Dolphins: Their Other 1st Round Targets

The Miami Dolphins have one of the proudest franchises in NFL history and they continue to attempt to build upon that tradition every year. However, for the last two decades, this franchise who was synonymous with winning has been in a complete rut. The Dolphins haven't seen much production from most of their draft picks in the last five years but recently with the drafting of DeVante Parker, Jarvis Landry, ...

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Miami Dolphins: Top Five Moves From Stephen Ross

When it comes to making money, there are few who do it better than Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. The real estate tycoon Ross is a living legend when it comes to getting paper and because of his hard work as a real estate developer, Ross was able to purchase the Miami Dolphins. For as wonderful as it is to own only one of 32 teams in the NFL, Ross is 72-years-old and he won't be running the franchise fo ...

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Miami Dolphins: Raising Money For Cancer Through Golf Tournament

It's been scientifically proven that that the most important meal of the pay is breakfast. In addition to maintaining a healthy body weight, breakfast provides a person the energy that's needed to survive throughout the day. This morning at Turnberry Isle & Resort, the Miami Dolphins helped serve breakfast to the people who were in attendance for their Inaugural Celebrity Golf Tournament. Even though br ...

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Miami Dolphins: What Should the Dolphins Do at RB?

It's safe to say that the Miami Dolphins have a unique way of conducting business when it comes to acquiring talent for their team. The reason that's said is because in the 2012 NFL Draft the Dolphins found a gem when they drafted the hometown hero, running back Lamar Miller in the fourth round of the. After 32 teams in the league passed on Miller three times the Dolphins took a flyer from the running back ...

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Miami Dolphins: Is Mario Williams Ready to Take Off for Dolphins?

All good things must eventually come to an end. Oh, how that saying couldn't be truer for the Miami Dolphins. After the new deal that defensive end Olivier Vernon signed with the New York Giants, it signaled the end of a relationship with the city that went back as far as birth. South Florida will forever be known as home for Vernon, but it will no longer be the place where he gets paid to play professional ...

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Ghosts of the Orange Bowl

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Miami Dolphins: Is Ryan Tannehill Going to Become Elite?

There might not be another football player in South Florida that stirs up more of a reaction than the Miami Dolphins signal-caller Ryan Tannehill. In the four years, Tannehill has played in Miami, he’s never won a playoff game. He’s never had a winning season. He’s also never been mentioned with the 15 best quarterbacks in the league. In spite of all the lack of accomplishments he’s managed to have in his c ...

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Miami Hurricanes: Five Players Invited to NFL Combine

It looks like things are starting to turn back around in South Florida when it comes to football. The Miami Dolphins might have disappointed last season with their 6-10 finish but the Miami Hurricanes had themselves a wonderful season last year as they finished with an 8-5 record. Many people doubted this team because they didn't think enough talent was on the roster but oh boy were they wrong. For the peop ...

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Miami Dolphins: Why They Should Get Matt Forte

Prayers get answered. If you look diligently for something then you need to get prepared when it's right in front of your face. The Miami Dolphins have been attempting to find ways to make their offense click for the last three years. This year though was the final straw for many of their fans. The philosophy and the game plan of their former head coach Joe Philbin was to let quarterback Ryan Tannehill thro ...

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Miami Dolphins: What’s Going to Happen to Cam Wake & Oliver Vernon?

Not for long. That's the moniker that players and coaches alike have given the abbreviations for the most popular league in North America, the NFL. Now that Super Bowl Sunday is officially over, it marks the beginning of the next season in the NFL, the offseason. If you watched the Super Bowl you saw how important it is for a team to have a strong pass rush. Von Miller was an absolute beast and his play is ...

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