Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 4/18/12

Legedu Naanee signed with the Miami Dolphins. Doesn't he look surprised?

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


Philbin Discusses Schedule « The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The game dates and times are now officially set for Joe Philbin’s first season as head coach of the Miami Dolphins.


Miami Dolphins sign WR Legedu Naanee | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins still may need a No. 1 receiver after trading Brandon Marshall to Chicago, but they certainly have a glut of receivers trying to fill the other four roster spots.

Naanee looking for best year of career | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Legedu Naanee has been a role player during his NFL career. He's looking for a breakout with the Dolphins.


Miami Dolphins linebacker Gary Guyton unfiltered – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
No matter how enjoyable, or unpleasant his four-year run with the New England Patriots was, Guyton didn’t have much to say about his former team, which he started 32 games for, when asked.


Dolphins Open 2012 Home Schedule Against Oakland Raiders
Two of the more storied franchises in NFL history will meet at Sun Life Stadium to open the 2012 home schedule for the Miami Dolphins as the Oakland Raiders pay a visit on September 16th at 4:15 p.m.


Former Chicago Bears college scouting director says Ryan Tannehill’s on-field performance warrants 2nd or 3rd round pick | The Daily Dolphin
He looks the part of a franchise quarterback, standing 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds with good arm strength and pocket mobility. And he threw for 3,744 yards last year for Texas A&M, with 29 touchdowns, 15 interceptions, a healthy 61.6 completion percentage and 133.2 passer rating.

Miami Dolphins: A simulated seven-round mock draft – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
A General Manager without a plan during a draft is a NFL executive destined for failure.

2012 NFL Draft Preview: Offensive Tackles
Regardless of how some of the recent rules changes have impacted the way the game is played on offense, if the protection isn’t there for the quarterback none of that matters. So the offensive tackles in this year’s draft class have some leverage when it comes to where they’re picked.


Miami Dolphins 2012 Schedule Breakdown - The Phinsider
How do players break down the schedule upon its release? National Football Post's Matt Bowen, a former NFL safety, gives us an idea.

2012 NFL Draft: Ten Wide Receivers the Miami Dolphins Could Target in Later Rounds - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins' search for a top wide receiver target continues. Can one of the following players fill that role?

2012 Miami Dolphins Schedule: The Best Case Scenario - The Phinsider
The best case scenario for Miami's schedule? Here's a look at what the 2012 Dolphins' schedule could be.

Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 31. Manny Fernandez - The Phinsider
Manny Fernandez was a stalwart for the Dolphins defense for eight seasons, centering the defensive line for the No-Name squad.

Finhead's Musings: Removing the kickoff would end careers. - The Phinsider
Removing the kickoff from the game may reduce concussions, but it would also end careers.

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