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Harbaugh: Kaepernick still Niners' starting QB Updated Dec 3, 2012
Jim Harbaugh watched how Colin Kaepernick handled himself when things didn't go right for the San Francisco 49ers, and that told the coach plenty more about his second-year quarterback with all of three NFL starts to his name.
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  • Marlins trying to deal recently acquired Escobar Dec 3, 2012
    Yunel Escobar's tenure with the Marlins may be shorter than expected. According to an MLB source, Miami is actively shopping the 30-year-old infielder. At least two teams have been in contact with the Marlins, with one believed to be the A's.
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  • Report: Dolphins haven’t ruled out tagging Jake Long

    With Dolphins left tackle Jake Long possibly done for the year with a triceps injury, the question becomes whether the first overall pick in the 2008 draft will return to the Fins in 2013. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported earlier today that Long’s franchi
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  • Special teams negatively affecting chance to win Dec 3, 2012
    The Dolphins special teams has had some great moments from Marcus Thigpen this year and got excellent all-around games from the entire unit, particularly at New York, this season. But lately, the special teams have had to fight to merely keep from hurti…
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  • LeBron named SI's Sportsman of the Year Dec 3, 2012
    When LeBron James learned he was Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year, the Miami Heat star was surprised.
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  • Some curious coaching decisions on Sunday Dec 3, 2012
    I do not blame the Dolphins defense for Sunday's loss. I do not blame the coaching. I don't blame the special teams even though they cost the Dolphins points. I put the blame for Sunday's loss to the New England Patriots squarely on the collective shoul…
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  • Monday morning one-liners Dec 3, 2012
    RB Fred Jackson returned to a leading role in the Bills offense this week. Special teams errors really hurt the Dolphins in the first half. Patriots RB Stevan Ridley went over 1,000 yards for the season while helping close out Sunday’s win. A slide by R
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  • Video - LeBron James Sportsman Of The Year 03:36

    LeBron James Sportsman Of The Year

    Dec 3
    Brian Windhorst on LeBron James being named Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year.
  • Video - GameDay: Patriots vs. Dolphins highlights 01:09

    GameDay: Patriots vs. Dolphins highlights

    Dec 3
    The New England Patriots hold the Miami Dolphins to 277 total yards and improve to 9-3 after a 23-16 road victory.