Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Dolphins 2011 Season:
Miami Dolphins In Depth
The Dolphins have changed and that is a good thing, a thing that deserves some notice and some praise. This team of late is more full of life, particularly early in games. The offense attacks and does the unconventional, like...
Inside The Turnaround: Staying Together & Superstitions " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
It’s the question of the week, ‘How have the Dolphins turned it around?’ In a span of eight days, the team has gone from winless to a team with consecutive victories by double digits, not an easy thing in today’s NFL. On Dolphins Monday, The Finsiders talked to several players and Coach Sparano about the team’s turnaround.
The Dolphins Quarterback Situation " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The crew answers questions from the fans about the recent play of Matt Moore as well as the future of the Dolphins quarterback position when looking beyond the 2011 season. Also, hear the guys discuss which unit, offense or defense, has had more to do with the Dolphins turnaround.
Dolphins Running Backs:
Miami Dolphins: What’s happened to Daniel Thomas? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
As impressive as Reggie Bush has been the past month carrying the football, and the Miami Dolphins’ offense, there is a flipside to the coin.
Dolphins Tight Ends:
Fasano’s success has coincided with Miami Dolphins’ mini-streak - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
Tight end Anthony Fasano has seen his workload increase the past two weeks — coinciding with the Dolphins’ first two wins of the season — including coming up big in the clutch.
Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano's catches are few, but important
Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano shrugged his shoulders after Sunday's win when asked about his limited role in his team's passing game.
Should it be Tyrone Culver or Reshad Jones at free safety? (Three Things) – Mike Berardino – Sun-Sentinel
If it seems like the Miami Dolphins’ secondary has been more solid these past four weeks, Tyrone Culver surely has had a lot to do with that.
Dolphins Coaching Candidates:
NFL.com news: Bettis: Cowher not interested in coaching any rebuilding teams
Jerome Bettis knows Bill Cowher well. And he doesn't see the retired Steelers coach returning to the sideline unless it's with an established team. Philadelphia, perhaps?
Dolphins Quarterback Prospects:
Can Dolphins use Peyton Manning? - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Indianapolis is getting Andrew Luck. What will they do with Peyton Manning? And shouldn't the Dolphins be interested?
Should Matt Flynn be an option for Dolphins? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
I’m a Matt Flynn fan. I've been one ever since witnessing the former LSU standout rout the University of Miami during the 2005 Peach Bowl, producing a 40-3 victory over the last good Hurricanes team in his first start for the Tigers.
13 Minutes With Marino, 11/15/11 " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
In his weekly segment for Dolphins.com and TheFinsiders.com, the Hall of Fame quarterback breaks down the play of Reggie Bush as well as the recent dominance of the Dolphins defense. Also, don’t miss Marino’s preview of Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Buffalo Bills team that will visit Sun Life Stadium on Sunday.