Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/7/12

After being called out by his coaches, Charles Clay, has fired back by flourishing in this new up tempo offense.

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


Miami Dolphins seek fast start to season: ‘You can’t dig yourself a grave’ - Miami Dolphins -
The Dolphins are focusing on getting off to a fast start this season — the exact opposite of what they did last season — to build momentum.


Greg Stoda: Miami Dolphins return to formula with Joe Philbin... |
He won’t dress up like a pilgrim. Joe Philbin, the first-year Dolphins head coach who will make his debut as an NFL boss Sunday afternoon in Houston, did the costume thing as a Green Bay assistant when the Packers were preparing for a Thanksgiving Day game at Detroit.


Miami Dolphins: With David Garrard gone, Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore can now focus on being the backup - South Florida
Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore content with backup role, but still feels he can contribute


Notebook: Clay Highlights Hurry-Up Offense; Injury Update; Other Notes
Tight end Charles Clay is flourishing in Miami's up tempo offense during the two-minute drills. Read this and the rest of today's daily notebook.


Miami Dolphins’ Nolan Carroll gets advice from his mom (the... |
For the record, Dolphins cornerback Nolan Carroll says his mother approves of the team’s switch from a 3-4 to a 4-3 defense this season.


Miami Dolphins: Tannehill, Wake, Long top list of important Dolphins - South Florida
How do you rank the Dolphins from 1 to 53? Talent. Position. Depth. And an all-important "importance to the cause" clause.


Miami Dolphins: With the recent struggles of Big 12 quarterbacks in the NFL, Dolphins rookie Ryan Tannehill has opportunity to buck the trend. - South Florida
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is among three rookie starters this season from the Big 12 Conference


Former Browns and Ravens Owner Art Modell Dies at Age 87 - The Phinsider
Former Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell passed away today at the age of 87. Modell was instramental in growing the NFL in the 1960s and 1970s.

How to Beat Em': Week 1- Miami Dolphins @ Houston Texans - The Phinsider
Well the season is mere DAYS underway and it is quite apparent that the overall excitement level is quite lower than usual for a season opener.

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/6/12 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins news stories from around the internet over the last 24 hours. Today's articles include the preview for Sunday's game, Gary Kubiak's praise for Ryan Tannehill, and Anthony Armstrong's adjustments.

Dolphins-oriented 2013 Wide Receiver Big Board - The Phinsider
The 2013 college wide receiver class will likely be an intriguing one for Dolphins. Which wideouts will make the most sense for Miami next spring? An analysis of the receivers who will best fit the West Coast offense.

Dolphins at Texans Injury Report - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins will play the Houston Texans this Sunday in NFL Week 1 action. Here is the Wednesday injury reports for both teams

Welcome back, NFL! How we've missed you! - The Phinsider
The NFL is officially back. SB Nation welcomes them back with this video.

Miami Dolphins Quarterback Ryan Tannehill Press Availability - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill met with the media yesterday. Here is a transcript of the press conference, as provided by the team.

Dolphins at Texans: Houston pulls Arian Foster from practice with knee soreness - The Phinsider
The Houston Texans pulled Arian Foster out of practice early today. The Texans host the Miami Dolphins this weekend.


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