Miami Dolphins running back Daniel Thomas looks to get onto the field for the first time in the 2011 regular season, starting with returning to practice.
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Miami Dolphins In Depth
The good news for the Dolphins is that rookies Daniel Thomas and Charles Clay both practiced full, without limitations today, according to the injury report. Barring setbacks in the coming couple of practices, both will play against the Houston Texans...
Texans coach Gary Kubiak: RB Ben Tate has earned start over Arian Foster | The Daily Dolphin
(Practice update: OLB Jason Taylor, WR Roberto Wallace and FS Chris Clemons were all working on the sidelines at today’s practice, while DE Tony McDaniel was nowhere to be seen. RBs Daniel Thomas and Charles Clay were both working, though Clay did not participate in the one route-running drill we saw.)
Dolphins Running Backs:
Commentary: It might not be fair, but Miami Dolphins need Reggie Bush to be something special consistently
Only something special will do. That seems to be the game-by-game grading scale running back Reggie Bush is going to face in his debut season with the Dolphins.
Miami Dolphins rookies Daniel Thomas and Charles Clay could return to buttress backfield
Dolphins rookies Daniel Thomas and Charles Clay, who missed the opener because of hamstring injuries, practiced fully Wednesday, increasing the chances that they will be ready to line up in the backfield Sunday against Texas.
Dolphins Wide Receivers:
Brian Hartline gives Dolphins fans dance lesson – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
You know you’re officially getting old when you see an athlete do a dance and you’re thinking: "What the hell is he doing?"
Brandon Marshall: Andre Johnson No. 1 WR - AFC East Blog - ESPN
Both are big, physical wide receivers. Both have great hands and are among the best at their position.
Brandon Marshall calls Chad Henne "white Vick" | ProFootballTalk
ESPN the Magazine recently, and controversially, asked, "What if Michael Vick were white?" Brandon Marshall's answer to that question is that if Vick were white he'd be Chad Henne.
Miami Dolphins Talking Points 6-pack: Defense still believes it can be elite; players shocked over Benny Sapp; Ricky Williams takes more swipes | The Daily Dolphin
A lot of issues to discuss this morning as the Dolphins prepare for Sunday’s game against Houston.
Miami Dolphins: Three key Miami Dolphins defensive players nursing injuries - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Three key Miami Dolphins defensive players nursing injuries heading into game against Houston Texans
Miami Dolphins, trying to sort out defensive woes, re-sign Will Allen to play nickel cornerback
Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith had a simple reply when asked how he could improve his performance after Monday's loss to New England.
Inside The Honor Roll: Bob Kuechenberg
Bob Kuechenberg was one of the most versatile and durable offensive linemen in the history of the Miami Dolphins for the 14 seasons he wore the Aqua and Orange between 1970 and 1983.