MIAMI GARDENS, FL - SEPTEMBER 18: Miami Dolphins wide receiver Marlon Moore #14 warms up before the game against the Houston Texans at Sun Life Stadium on September 18, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
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Matthews Truly Understands Memorial Day
Children of military parents have a different take about Memorial Day than others and Miami Dolphins rookie wide receiver Rishard Matthews is no different.
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Six Break Out Candidates for the Miami Dolphins - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Miami Dolphins not only have an unproven roster, but the roster is very deep with potential in numerous positions.
Can the Miami Dolphins challenge for AFC East crown – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Exactly what would some of you rather Karlos Dansby say were the Miami Dolphins’ team goals?
Miami Dolphins Talking Points: Dolphins, HBO’s Hard Knocks seem like a good fit | The Daily Dolphin
First, happy Memorial Day everyone! Please take a couple moments to reflect on the thousands of servicemen and women who have died to help preserve our freedoms
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
2011 Miami Dolphins Season in Review: Week 2 vs. Houston Texans - The Phinsider
A recap of the Miami Dolphins 2011 Week 2 game. The Dolphins hosted the Houston Texans.
Miami Dolphins All Time Depth Chart: Starting Quarterback - The Phinsider
The all time depth chart for the Miami Dolphins. We start with the number one quarterback
ESPN Poll: Ryan Tannehill the Next Tom Brady? - The Phinsider
A look at ESPN's SportsNation and AFC East blog poll for the top QB in the AFC East once Tom Brady retires. 33% of the voters feel it will be Miami Dolphins' rookie Ryan Tannehill.
NFL.com: Quarterbacks who passed for 500 yards in a game - The Phinsider
NFL.com took a look today at the 500-yard passing games from NFL history. Only 12 games have had 500-yards passing from one QB, and no QB has done it more than once.