Miami Dolphins Stories You May Have Missed - 8/13/11

ATLANTA - AUGUST 12: Phillip Livas #85 of the Miami Dolphins celebrates after a preseason game against the Atlanta Flacons at the Georgia Dome on August 12, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Here are the Dolphins stories over the last 24 hours you may have missed:

Dolphins-Falcons Game Reaction

NFL Videos: Pre WK1: Dolphins vs. Falcons highlights
The Dolphins battled back from a 17-point deficit to defeat the Falcons 28-23 in Atlanta.

NFL Videos: Bess amazing diving catch
Dolphins QB Chad Henne passes short right to WR Davone Bess, who completes a fingertip catch for the first down.

NFL Videos: Moore Dolphins' TD pass
Dolphins QB Matt Moore floats a touchdown pass to WR Roberto Wallace to help close the gap.

NFL Videos: Hartline's remarkable catch
Dolphins QB Chad Henne connects with Brian Hartline on a 44-yard touchdown pass.

Andy Cohen: Many Things To Build On | Miami Dolphins
Chad Henne made some mistakes early against the Falcons. The first interception wasn’t his fault; the second one was. But there were two plays at the start of the second quarter that showed significant progress for the fourth-year quarterback.

Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Hyde5: Henne wasn't the biggest concern in Atlanta
This offensive line needs to improve. And fast.

Starters Excel, Depth Is A Mixed Bag: A Falcons-Dolphins Recap - The Falcoholic
The Falcoholic has a full breakdown of the Atlanta Falcons' pre-season game against the Miami Dolphins. The starters looked great but there are questions with depth, Dave Choate writes.

Miami Dolphins off to an ugly start - Miami Dolphins -
The Dolphins starters on both offense and defense were taken apart by the Falcons in the preseason opener on Friday night.

Miami Dolphins' Henne continues to frustrate us - Armando Salguero -
The pass that needed more air under it, the one that settled into the hands of an Atlanta defensive back, the pass that never should have been thrown, was simply one of those Chad Henne moments.

Miami Dolphins' defense has its struggles, too - Miami Dolphins -
It’s been the strength of the team, so one preseason game after only 11 practices isn’t a time to panic. But the Dolphins defense didn’t do much to build early confidence Friday against the Falcons

Miami Dolphins' Marshall, Bush out of action - Miami Dolphins -
If you’re searching for at least one formidable excuse for the Dolphins’ often-ugly preseason debut Friday, start with this: Receiver Brandon Marshall and running back Reggie Bush did not play.

Philip Livas returns punt for TD - South Florida
Miami Dolphins Philip Livas gives Miami Dolphins rare TD return

Dolphins Running Backs:

Same name, different lives? |
Reggie Bush plans to spend some of Sunday evening pacing — at least the part from 8 to 9 p.m. Central Time, when his segment of "Same Name" airs on CBS.

AFC East:

Ravens deal for Evans - The Boston Globe
In receiver Lee Evans , the Ravens acquired a proven veteran to play alongside Anquan Boldin .

Brett Favre: news: Favre: 'I don't have that feeling, that chip on my shoulder'
"I mean, I could easily talk myself into that chip on my shoulder like, 'Hey everybody hates you,' ... I could motivate myself."

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