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The Miami Dolphins' 2012 season was all about establishing a new culture centered around first-year head coach Joe Philbin and rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill.Little was expected from the Dolphins on the field going into the year, but the team managed to briefly flirt with Wildcard contention before fading in the second half of the season en route to a 7-9 finish.As did his team, Tannehill had highs and lows to his season, but he did not definitively answer whether or not Miami has landed it's long-awaited franchise quarterback. Big front office/coaching moves: Nothing major, with Zac Taylor being promoted to quarterbacks coach and Marwan Maalouf being added to the staff as an assistant special teams coach.Key Free Agents: LT Jake Long, CB Sean Smith, DT Randy Starks, WR Brian Hartline, RB Reggie Bush, QB Matt Moore, TE Anthony Fasano, FS Chris Clemons, DT Tony McDaniel, WR Marlon Moore.First Round Draft Position: 12th.Draft Picks By Round: 1st (1), 2nd (2), 3rd (2), 4th, ...
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You would think after the 2 seasons that Reggie Bush had for the Miami Dolphins they would be jumping at the chance to resign the running back who has rushed for over 2,000 during his time with the Dolphins. Bush who has played in the NFL for 7 seasons deserves to be paid for his services. The Dolphins have cap room to pay Bush but the team isn’t interested in using that money...
One of the most underrated defenses in the NFL, the Miami Dolphins, are set to evaluate the areas where they can improve in 2013. The Miami Dolphins 2013 defensive draft needs are quite simple, if the Dolphins are open to moving Jared Odrick to the interior. Your defense is only as good as your front four or five, and the Dolphins can make that group better in 2013. Randy Starks...
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According to the Miami Herald, a league sources has informed them that the Dolphins have held ”extensive discussions” with impending free agents Brian Hartline and Chris Clemons.
The report adds that Miami could look to “kick-start” further negotiations at next week’s NFL Combine.
Clemons, 27, was a big contributor for the Dolphins this season. He tallied 99 tackles...
MIAMI (AP) -- Even if voters approve using tax money to help upgrade the Miami Dolphins' stadium, a deal might be contingent on the NFL awarding the 2016 Super Bowl to the city.
The Dolphins confirmed Monday they've reversed their position and agreed to a referendum. A no vote would scuttle the plan.
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez says that should the measure pass...
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The Miami Dolphins have survived with Brian Hartline and Davone Bess, who have developed into quality second and third options. But Ryan Tanneshill needs a true No. 1 receiver to help him develop into the quarterback the Dolphins believe he can be. Ideally, the Dolphins can land a tall, outside receiver to complement Bess, who excels in the slot.
2. Defensive end...
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Miami Dolphins defensive end Olivier Vernon's 2012 campaign paralleled his team's -- he trended up through the first half of the season and down after the midway point.But like his team, he was never really out of it until the end. The third-round rookie gained steam through the first five games of his rookie season and had his best showing Week 6 against the St. Louis Rams...
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