Miami Dolphins Stories You Might Have Missed - 8/3/11

Here are the stories from the last 24-hours that you might have missed from around the web:

 Miami Dolphins: Kyle Orton update (Day 6) – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
"The Kyle Orton to Miami trade is IN A VEGETATED STATE. All that’s left is for someone to pull the plug out of the socket."

Sun Life Stadium: Big-game future uncertain after Marlins leave - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
No guarantee of Super Bowl, BCS Championship returning, but soccer will help fill void

Former NFL QB Harrington hit while biking in Portland - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Former University of Oregon and Dolphins quarterback Joey Harrington was hit by a vehicle and seriously injured while riding a bicycle in Portland.

Former Miami Dolphins RB Ronnie Brown signs with Eagles - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
In another sign that the Dolphins are moving forward with a new corps of running backs, free agent Ronnie Brown signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on Tuesday.

Miami Dolphins: Mike Pouncey learning quickly with Dolphins - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
After missing first two practices, Dolphins' first-round pick Mike Pouncey has impressed coach Tony Sparano.

NFL Lockout Tested Coach Sparano's Spirit But Strengthened His Family | Miami Dolphins
"You don’t need to see Yeremiah Bell in his 10th year as much as you need to see a Reshad Jones in his second year, and the same thing maybe with a Brandon Marshall as opposed to a Clyde Gates."

NFL Lockout Tested Coach Sparano's Spirit But Strengthened His Family | Miami Dolphins
"You don’t need to see Yeremiah Bell in his 10th year as much as you need to see a Reshad Jones in his second year, and the same thing maybe with a Brandon Marshall as opposed to a Clyde Gates."

Solid Miami Dolphins defense gets stronger; players making lofty predictions - Sports Buzz - MiamiHerald.com
When coordinator Mike Nolan met with his players last week, here’s what he told them: "We were the No. 3 defense until the last game against the Patriots and dropped to six. We were top 10 in most categories. Everybody else should be happy with that, but we shouldn’t be. We want to be great."

Snakes, gators (but thankfully no seashells) marred Miami Dolphins' first camp in Boca Raton
A look back at Miami's first ever training camp in 1966.

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