Found December 26, 2011 on Miami Herald:
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The stuff that Todd Bowles is concerned about this week seems on the surface important because a victory against the hated New York Jets is the first thing on his mind. So he’s worried about Jake Long’s health and making sure his replacement is ready. He’s thinking about how to get the Dolphins to play hard because they didn’t do that in the season finale last year. He’s concerned about getting tight end Anthony Fasano back in the lineup, something everyone expects.
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