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BY SEAN DONOVANAfter sweeping roster changes and some media observations during the team's minicamps, the growing belief was that the Miami Dolphins' defense was planning to focus more on zone coverage than man coverage this season. (photo: hcabral, Flickr)But Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle recently went on record dispelling that notion, saying that the team has no plans to concentrate on any one scheme."We've got versatile coverages," Coyle said, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel. "We don't go into it saying we are going to be 70 percent this, 30 percent that. You have to go with the flow as the season progresses."In the last year, the Dolphins moved on from the tenured cornerback duo of Vontae Davis and Sean Smith, a pair of players that specialized in man-to-man coverage. That, combined with the additions of zone-capable linebackers Philip Wheeler and Danell Ellerbe and cornerback Brent Grimes, seemed to signify a move to ...
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I was looking on reddit, which by the way is an incredible site, and I came across this Youtube video of a Miami Dolphins man cave that I doubt many of us can come close to matching. Check it out:
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Last season the Miami Dolphins wide receiver corps were mediocre with the no.1 receiver being Brian Hartline, thats nothing to brag about, Hartline is more of a no.2 receiver at best. Even though Hartline isn’t a great player, he put up impressive numbers, with 74 receptions, 1,083 receiving yards, with only one receiving touchdown. So...
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To the owners of the Miami Dolphins, tickets are tickets. Anyone who wants to attend a game pays up for seat and that's the whole idea of running a business.
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Chad Pennington in his last season (2007) with the Jets. [Getty Images]
Today, June 26, is the 37th birthday of former Jets’ QB Chad Pennington.
To celebrate, let’s take a look back at his career.
Pennington was selected by the Jets with the eighteenth overall pick in the 2000 NFL Draft following a solid five-year collegiate career at Marshall University. Pennington...
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In this day in age where people often jump from team to team, it’s great to see how dedicated some fans are to the teams they love. The Miami Dolphins man cave is truly impressive.
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