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Dolphins will practice on Tuesdays, take Thursdays off

Dolphins will practice on Tuesdays, take Thursdays off

profootballtalk.com Updated Sep 10, 2013
It’s no surprise that the Eagles under coach Chip Kelly’s “change is good” approach to football will be practicing on Tuesdays while getting Mondays off. It’s definitely a surprise that the Dolphins will, in the second year of Joe Philbin’s tenure, make…
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  • Starks: 'I regret' flipping the bird

    Starks: 'I regret' flipping the bird

    miamiherald.com Sep 10, 2013
    If you watched the game, you saw it. If you read this blog, you saw it. Randy Starks collected a sack on Sunday and celebrated with a one-finger salute aimed toward the Dolphins sideline. The move became the source of much speculation. (Not on this blog…
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  • CB Will Davis showing 'sense of urgency'

    CB Will Davis showing 'sense of urgency'

    ESPN.com Sep 10, 2013
    DAVIE, Fla. -- The injury bug has been prevalent among Miami Dolphins cornerbacks. Veteran Dimitri Patterson (groin) and rookies Jamar Taylor (groin) and Will Davis (toe) are all dealing with various ailments. That’s one reason the Dolphins kept 11 defe…
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  • Fins to use more 'speed' pass-rush scheme

    Fins to use more 'speed' pass-rush scheme

    ESPN.com Sep 10, 2013
    The Miami Dolphins, who face four of the NFL's top quarterbacks in the next month, figured it would be wise to come up with something fast.
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  • Randy Starks on reserve role: I’m willing to accept anything to…

    Randy Starks on reserve role: I’m willing to accept anything to help team win

    profootballtalk.com Sep 10, 2013
    During Sunday’s 23-10 win over the Browns, Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks was caught flipping the bird, as seen at right, to the Dolphins sideline after sacking Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden. Many assumed that Starks was expressing his displ…
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  • The latest from Dolphins camp right here

    The latest from Dolphins camp right here

    The Dolphins are back working and preparing for Indianapolis today and here's what's going on: CBs Dimitri Patterson (groin) and Jamar Taylor (groin) are not practicing today. QB Pat Devlin (ankle) is not practicing today. CB Will Davis, who missed last…
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  • Don Shula A Football Life tonight on NFL Network

    Don Shula A Football Life tonight on NFL Network

    miamiherald.com Sep 10, 2013
    Don Shula was the greatest NFL coach of all time. Yes, that is subjective. And an argument can be made for Vince Lombardi and Bill Walsh. A case can be stated that Chuck Noll won more Super Bowls. And I know George Halas and Paul Brown were league corne…
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  • Rob Chudzinski: Brandon Weeden isn’t on a short leash

    Rob Chudzinski: Brandon Weeden isn’t on a short leash

    profootballtalk.com Sep 10, 2013
    The Browns passing offense got off to a rough start on Sunday as Brandon Weeden threw three picks and completed less than half his passes in a 23-10 loss to the Dolphins. Given the way coach Rob Chudzinski refused to name Weeden the starter until late i…
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  • Miami Dolphins: 3 Potential Fixes to Running Game Woes

    Miami Dolphins: 3 Potential Fixes to Running Game Woes

    dolphinsgab.com Sep 10, 2013
    The Dolphins must get more production from running back Lamar Miller 20 yards on 23 carries. It’s no secret that the Dolphins’ dismal running game in Cleveland contributed to the third-lowest rushing total in franchise history and that Mike Sherman’s of…
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  • Tuesday morning one-liners

    Tuesday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Sep 10, 2013
    Bills RB Fred Jackson made a bid for more playing time with his play on Sunday. The Dolphins are working on ways to boost the production from their running game. The opener wasn’t a strong one for the Patriots’ rookie wideouts. LB Demario Davis‘ speed h…
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  • Mike Wallace: I was just mad at myself

    Mike Wallace: I was just mad at myself

    profootballtalk.com Sep 10, 2013
    Wide receiver Mike Wallace’s Dolphins debut was a bigger success for the team than it was for the individual. Miami beat the Browns 23-10 with Wallace catching one pass, leading to a post-game refusal to talk to reporters about his usage that just about…
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