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5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
BEST OF MAXIM
How close were these Dolphins to being more than afterthought? Miami was leading the Giants by 11 and the Patriots by 17 points at the half. These are the two teams playing tomorrow for the NFL title...
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Peyton Manning has finally reached the first step to getting back on the field in 2012, after doctors stated that he is cleared to return to NFL action.
Putting the Dolphins in any sort of Super Bowl context might at a glance seem ludicrous. That’s first because Miami is coming off a 6-10 season, and second, because when the Dolphins last won a Super Bowl, fans wore coonskin caps and rode to the game in cars with engines you cranked to start.
The talk about the Miami Dolphins as the landing spot for Peyton Manning is not going away. We’ve already heard that the Dolphins are interested in Manning if he becomes available, and now comes word from Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel, citing an unnamed NFL source, that Miami is on the short list of…
Iowa announced on Friday that long-time offensive coordinator Ken O'Keefe was leaving the program for another coaching opportunity. O'Keefe is expected to join another former Hawkeye assistant, Joe Philbin, the new head coach of the Miami Dolphins.
Is the search for a new offensive coordinator over in Kansas City? Per ESPN the Chiefs have hired former Miami Dolphins coach, Brian Daboll.
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Friday that Peyton Manning might be interested in playing for the Miami Dolphins if the Colts make him a free agent this offseason.
The Packers on Thursday promoted quarterbacks coach Tom Clements to replace Joe Philbin as offensive coordinator. Clements has coached the Green Bay quarterbacks since 2006. Philbin left last month to become head coach of the Miami Dolphins.