Could Plaxico Burress be an option at wide receiver for the Phins?
Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
The starting job: Hand it to rookie QBs or make 'em earn it? - NFL.com
Cam Newton and David Carr both started from Day 1. One enjoyed success, the other certainly did not. Albert Breer examines whether teams should give rookie QBs the job or make them earn it.
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Do the Miami Dolphins need Plaxico Burress? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Plaxico Burress has been batting his eyes at the Miami Dolphins for a couple years now.
Fan Voice: Who will the Miami Dolphins miss the most? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins have cut ties with some key players from a season ago.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
SB Nation's Rookie FanChat, A Chance To Interview A Top Draft Pick From The Miami Dolphins - The Phinsider
SB Nation is giving you a chance to Skype for 15 minutes with Ryan Tannehill, Michael Egnew, or Lamar Miller. Here's how to enter to win...
Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 13. Mark Clayton - The Phinsider
Mark Clayton was an outside threat at wide receiver for 10 seasons in Miami. He was a five time Pro Bowler, and twice led the NFL in touchdown receptions. He ranks 12th on the NFL all-time leaderboard with 81 touchdown catches.
Six Questions About Miami Dolphins Draft Pick Jonathan Martin - The Phinsider
A look at Miami Dolphins rookie tackle Jonathan Martin, using six questions. The Kansas City Chiefs use these six questions in their scouting profile of a player leading up to the draft.
2012 Fantasy Football Rankings: Quarterback - The Phinsider
A look at the fantasy football rankings for the Miami Dolphins' quarterbacks. Both the combination of Matt Moore and David Garrard, and Ryan Tannehill make the list.
Buffalo Bills Agree To Deal With Vince Young - The Phinsider
The Buffalo Bills have signed free agent quarterback Vince Young today. The deal is reported to be a one-year deal worth $2 million.
Jason Taylor: 95-Percent of Players Would Do It All Again - The Phinsider
Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Jason Taylor appeared on the Joe Rose Morning Show today. They two spoke about the concussion problems facing the NFL right now.