Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 4/19/12

Quinton Coples adressed his "effort" concerns on The Finsiders.

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

DOLPHINS QUARTERBACK SITUATION:

Note to Miami Dolphins: If Ryan Tannehill is available at No. 8, grab him - Greg Cote - MiamiHerald.com
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland will avail himself to the media Thursday one week from the NFL Draft to effusively say as little as possible in terms of revealing anything important, instead peddling impalpable generalities.

DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:

Miami Dolphins receiver Legedu Naanee unfiltered – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The very first time Legedu Naanee appears on my radar he was a backup receiver for the San Diego Chargers, and the Dolphins were struggling to cover him.

Naanee Looks To Breakthrough With Dolphins " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
After spending several seasons learning from receivers like Steve Smith and Vincent Jackson, Legedu Naanee is ready for his next professional challenge.

DOLPHINS TIGHT ENDS:

Miami Dolphins sign basketball player Les Brown - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Miami Dolphins have confirmed their signing of a former college basketball player with the intentions of turning him into a tight end.

DOLPHINS 2012 SEASON:

Reason Pats strength of schedule is easier than Miami's | Miami Dolphins In Depth
When the schedule came out yesterday and even the day before when I posted the so-called strength of schedule chart, many of you wondered angrily how it is the NFL can possibly allow the New England Patriots to have the easiest schedule in the NFL.

2012 NFL DRAFT:

Coples Addresses Concerns About Effort " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Based on ability alone, Quinton Coples seems like a sure-fire top-10 pick. But some people have openly wondered about his effort level, and as a result, the questions keep coming.

The Miami Dolphins have fallen into draft traps - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
The Miami Dolphins haven't drafted too well over the past 12 years. They do show some of the common draft myths out there, though

FORMER DOLPHINS:

Draft Memories: Mercury Morris And Nat Moore
With the 2012 NFL Draft just a week away, there is a lot of anticipation among the crop of college football players hoping to hear their name called by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. It’s a moment these young men have dreaming about since they were little kids.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Today was truly a monumental day in The Phisider's history. Today,...our very own Kevin Nogle met... - The Phinsider
Have you seen Kevin yet???

SB Nation Profiles Stephen Hill for 2012 NFL Draft - The Phinsider
A look at Georgia Tech wide receiver Stephen Hill ahead of next week's NFL Draft. The Miami Dolphins could be looking to pick up a wide receiver in the second or third round.

Miami Dolphins 2012 Schedule: Fan Predictions - The Phinsider#comments
A fan poll for how many wins the Miami Dolphins will get next season. The NFL schedule was released yesterday.

Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 30. Kim Bokamper - The Phinsider#comments
Kim Bokamper played nine seasons for the "Killer B" defense of Miami at linebacker and defensive end.

2012 NFL Draft: Skill Position Draft History - The Phinsider
How well do NFL team draft skill position players? SB Nation breaks it down.




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