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The Daily Dolphin:
The Dolphins were as close to full strength as they’ve been since the start of training camp when they reconvened Tuesday to start preparations for next Monday night’s game against the Jets at New Meadowlands Stadium. Everyone on the roster took part in stretching, and only cornerback Nolan Carroll and safety Chris Clemons, both of [...]
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Last week, we told you about Jason LaCanfora’s assertion that the Miami Dolphins have Jon Gruden at the top of their list to coach the Dolphins in 2012. Here we are, 6 days later and Tony Sparano is still the coach of the Dolphins….where he could remain for the foreseeable future. However, this will not stop rumors [...]
It’s seemed like an eternity since the Miami Dolphins last played in an NFL game…doesn’t it? It probably feels that way because so much has happened with the Dolphins since they lost to the Chargers on October 2nd. The Dolphins lost their starting QB (and signed Sage Rosenfels), the coach’s seat got a little hotter, [...]
To say the Miami Dolphins have been disappointing would be a monumental understatement. Since the Dolphins last game, a loss to the Chargers, much of the attention has been placed on the Dolphins Coach, Tony Sparano. Sparano has gotten much of the attention because many Dolphins fans and ‘experts’ thought that the Chargers loss would [...]
Dolphins coach Tony Sparano knows that one game can change a season.Given the Miami Dolphins are coming off their off week, it has been a few days since we’ve heard from Tony Sparano. The Dolphins coach made his weekly appearance on the 940-AM with The Finsiders and spoke on a variety of topics: The team’s injury situation, preparing for the New York Jets and, of course, where...
Mike Pouncey is an admitted Tim Tebow discipline.
Mike Pouncey says Tim Tebow starting vs. Dolphins "is faith."
That’s how the Miami Dolphins’ starting center knew Tim Tebow’s day as an NFL starter in 2011 would eventually come.
Pouncey monitors the progress of his former Florida Gators teammates, so he saw Tebow play the second half of Denver’s game last Sunday...
It truly is one of the NFL’s better, bitter rivalries by any measure, and might be the best of all if one starts with the animus each city’s fans feel for the other. Welcome to Jets Week, Dolfans, except this latest renewal of Miami vs. New York limps in with the usual bravado nowhere to be found
If the Dolphins plan to get their first win and beat New York, they will have to get to Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, who has been sacked 13 times this season.