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DAVIE, Fla. - Miami Dolphins linebacker Kevin Burnett just needed a little time.
After a slow start statistically,...
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When the Miami Dolphins signed Karlos Dansby, prior to the 2010 season, they thought they were getting a play-making linebacker who would provide more big, game-changing plays. The Dolphins gave Dansby a 5 year contract worth $43 mil, with $22 guaranteed. In 2010, the Dolphins didn’t exactly get their money’s worth (3 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, [...]
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Former Redskins defensive end Jason Taylor is back with the Dolphins now, in his 15th season. He is also the cover star of this week’s Dolphins Playbook magazine.
It’s nice to see that the man who once made headlines for his post-career career is totally focused on football, back with the team where he started. After all, he was once a runner up on...
“He’s aging fast, man. He’s a great linebacker, but he’s aging fast. I respect all the linebackers. But I’m better. That’s just how I feel.”
-Miami Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby on Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher, as well as how he (Dansby) compares to all linebackers in the league.
The Miami Dolphins' Karlos Dansby said Sunday that he considers himself the best linebacker in the NFL.
It started with a sack and ended with the games final tackle that sealed the Dolphins first home victory in 364 days. And in between, Karlos Dansby had an interception, two passes defended, a quarterback hurry and, of course, those 10 jarring tackles.
Now riding a two-game win streak, the Dolphins are sounding and acting like a much different team than the one that started 0-7.
MIAMI - While the quarterback of his present team was explaining why the Dolphins' offense is finally transforming...
After a turbulent week of off-field troubles, Vontae Davis made big plays in his return.
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After wondering when — and maybe even if — the Dolphins would win a game, they'll now go into Sunday's battle against Washington in a different role: as the team expected to win. That fact led to a reporter asking Jason Taylor this week whether he was concerned about the Dolphins being overconfident. Yep, it's funny how things can change with just one great showing.
Reggie Bush scored two touchdowns and the Miami Dolphins twice intercepted new Washington starter Rex Grossman to earn
their first home victory in nearly a year by beating the Redskins