Found March 06, 2013 on Fox Sports Florida:
A Super Bowl-winning quarterback says so. So does an executive with three Super Bowl rings and a Hall of Fame wide receiver.The Miami Dolphins are in a good spot entering Tuesdays start of free agency. Theyre armed with about 37 million in salary-cap room and next month will have five of the NFL's top 100 draft picks. They have an up-and-coming quarterback in Ryan Tannehill and look to be a team on the rise.I think theyre attractive as a free-agent destination, said Joe Theismann, who quarterbacked Washington to a Super Bowl win after the 1982 season and is a longtime NFL analyst. I see at them as a football team that is definitely getting better.FOX Sports Florida talked to five notable NFL analysts about how the Dolphins look entering free agency, and all provided positive reviews. Others were Charley Casserly, who won a Super Bowl as Washingtons general manager after taking two as assistant general manager, Hall of Fame wide receiver James Lofton, three-time Super Bowl champi...
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