Found September 09, 2012 on Phins Phocus:
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Each week, as a way of bringing out the best in the Miami Dolphins, I plan on featuring a player the fans can be proud about.This week, Jared Odrick is the guy that captures my attention and I have big expectations for not only in Houston later today, but throughout the season.With size compared to almost like a Jason Seymour standing 6'5" 302 lbs, Odrick is a beast for any offensive line pushing from any defensive line position.  While, Odrick missed much of his first season with a broken fibula in practice, his first game versus the Buffalo Bills showed some promise contributing right away with a tackle.However, with his season cut short, Odrick was automatically labeled a bust and injury prone in the eyes of most Dolfans.  However, last season with a clean bill of health and more comfort within the defense, Odrick flourished in the Mike Nolan coached defense with a share of sacks out of the DE position. Odrick recorded 6 sacks, 22 tackles, and 1 forced fumble.  Not to me...
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