Found May 25, 2012 on Dolphin Shout:
PLAYERS: Karlos Dansby
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
It seems that Karlos Dansby did.  In a recent interview with the Sun Sentinel it appears that Karlos is stepping up to the plate as a leader on this team.  He came to the OTAs in shape 6'4"... Come here for the best Miami Dolphins blog on the web. We have all of the most up to date new and opinions on the Dolphins organization for its fans.

Philbin: Dolphins new QB should emerge by week 3 of preseason

The Miami Dolphins are expecting an exciting quarterback competition this summer.  Matt Moore did a solid job in Miami last year, going 6-6, but helped the Dolphins finish the season winning 6 of their final 9 games…..David Garrard, who missed the 2011 season because of an injury, has experience in the west coast offense and [...]

Dolphins have what they need to replace Brandon Marshall

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QB Moore zeroed in on self-improvement

Even though Matt Moore was named the team's Most Valuable Player in 2011 after leading the Dolphins to a 6-6 record, and producing an 87.1 passer rating, the incumbent starter openly admits he views himself as an underdog in the starting quarterback battle. But Moore said he's not worried about rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill, whom he admits knows more of the Dolphins...

Lamar Miller could play some receiver for the Dolphins

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Miami Dolphins Twitter Crash Course

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Dolphins starting quarterback to be decided in Preseason

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First-year head coach Joe Philbin wants to have the Dolphins' starting quarterback in place by the time preparation for the third preseason game begins in late August. That's typically been the final dress rehearsal for the first-team offense and defense in preseason, with mostly backups and practice squad candidates competing in the final game before the regular season...

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