Found January 18, 2014 on cover32 - Dolphins:
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TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
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In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to get you ready for the AFC and NFC Championship games. Here is the week around the playoff-less Miami Dolphins.   Miami Dolphins - Bill Lazor is not your typical Dolphins hire (READ) - Who should be the next Dolphins GM? (READ) - Brent Grimes, comeback player of the year? (READ) -Dolphins fans lose a great one, Jesse Agler is moving on (READ)   National Columns - Grading the four remaining teams. This week’s Power Rankings. (READ) - Will Deion Sander lace ‘em up in Hawaii? (READ) - There’s a lot to dislike about each of the final four teams in the NFL. Buck Stanton has his top-10 lists. (READ) You may also be interested in:Weekly Rewind: Dolphins get their OC, GM up next?How should the Dolphins address the running back position?Is Bill Lazor the right guy to lead the Dolphins offense?
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