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Fox Sports Florida:
DAVIE, Fla. -- Karlos Dansby wears a wristband that reads "Confidence." Not that he ever needs to be reminded.
Dansby last season, even though he's never made a Pro Bowl, proclaimed himself the best linebacker in the NFL. Take a look at what he's now saying about himself.
The Miami Dolphins middle linebacker expects one day to end up in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. That's right, the one in Canton, Ohio.
"The Hall of Fame," Dansby said in an interview with FOX Sports Florida. "If I lead men and I stay focused on what I need to do, I'll get there."
Dansby, who has 30.5 sacks and 11 interceptions over eight seasons, believes what will earn him enshrinement is becoming a member of the 20-20 club in those categories. Only 11 players in NFL history have done that, although sacks didn't become an official statistic until 1982.
"To get that yellow jacket and be legendary, it's right there," Dansby said. "I'm nin...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Miami Dolphins needed to cut one final player in advance of the 4pm deadline on Monday to get their roster to 75 players. Julius Pruitt, listed on the Dolphins depth chart as a 2nd team wide receiver, didn’t expect to be that cut. It was thought that Pruitt would be a virtual lock to [...]
Once upon a time the Miami Dolphins were a good team. Not only were they a good team but a perennial contender with a Hall of Fame Quarterback and receivers with names like Mark Clayton, Mark Duper, Jim Jensen and Nat Moore. Like Crockett & Tubbs those glory days of the Dan Marino Miami era are long gone and Dolphins fans know it’s been a while since their team was even competitive...
A WING AND A PRAYER
The Dolphins' team plane was involved in a mishap at the Dallas airport when its wing clipped another plane on a runway as it was set to embark on a return flight to Miami.
Proving that you don't have to be a fan of the NFL to play in it, Ryan Tannehill revealed in Tuesday's episode of HBO's Hard Knocks that he basically has no idea which NFL teams are in which divisions
The Miami Dolphins and former Texas A&M quarterback told backup quarterback Matt Moore he was "so lost on the divisions."
"I know our division and...
Dolphin’s nation it’s time to a big deep breath, yesterday the Dolphins finally had luck on their side as it appears Jake Long’s ankle injury is only a minor tweak and he should even be ready to go for the opener although that has yet to be fully confirmed.
The offensive line would have been quite the mess with rookie Jonathan Martin moving to left tackle in practice as...
Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jake Long sustained a leg injury that forced him to leave Monday's practice, although the severity of the injury has not been determined. According to the Miami Herald, Long fell to the ground after blocking in pass protection. He remained on the ground for a few minutes, and eventually got to his feet. Trainers focused on the area between...
One could argue that the 2012 Miami Dolphins have been somewhat of a train wreck this season, with Chad Johnson’s tumultuous off-field transgressions that led to a release and former starting quarterback David Garrard injuring his knee while playing with his kids.
The team can now add a near plane crash to their list of reality TV story lines, as the team’s chartered flight out...
Today on ESPN Radio, hosts Mike Salk and John Kincade took turns taking shots at the Dolphins after last night'sepisodes Hard Knocks. Whether it was Vontae David calling his Grama or Ryan Tannehill not knowing the NFL divisions, the two ESPN radio hosts thought that last night's episode was another reason why the Hard Knocks and the Dolphins might not be the best fit....
The Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins squared off on Wednesday night in Arlington in both teams final preseason game for 2012. It was the final game before Dallas and Miami make their roster cuts down to 53 players. Typically in the final preseason game the starters sit while the second and third team players see extensive playing time so the coaches can better evaluate them.