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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 12/30/12

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins have a ton of spending money in the off-season.

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


Game Preview: 5 keys for the Miami Dolphins vs. New England Patriots | The Daily Dolphin
Five keys for the Dolphins on Sunday vs. the Patriots (4:25 p.m., CBS): 1. Don’t turn the ball over (especially in their own end). The Dolphins average


Dolphins do Trusnik extension, in great 2013 cap situation | Miami Dolphins In Depth
It's not about this year anymore, as you know. It's about next year, and particularly next offseason for the Dolphins. And the team has been preparing for that mega-offseason in which the team will have five picks in the first...


Franchise tag in play for Dolphins’ Sean Smith | ProFootballTalk
The Miami Dolphins will be operating with a healthy dose of salary cap space this offseason, which should allow the team to retain core impending free agents while also being active on the open market.


Armando Salguero: Being set not necessarily a good thing for Miami Dolphins - Armando Salguero -
The Dolphins have been a whirlwind of activity the past dozen offseasons, and this one promises to be as intriguing as any, because, after all the building and rebuilding the franchise has done since last winning a playoff game in 2000, things are still not quite right.

It’s risky business in contract years for Miami Dolphins players - Miami Dolphins -
It will be crucial for the Dolphins’ 20 impending free agents to finish Sunday’s regular-season finale injury-free as they seek a new contract.

Dolphins top decision is what to spend for a free-agent receiver - South Florida
As the Dolphins close their season at New England, here's a step-by-step plan to solve the problems

Dolphins have $48.4 million to spend this offseason, but will it be done wisely? - South Florida
In the 2009 offseason the Dolphins gave five players bad contracts that totals $138.5 million

Miami Dolphins could be big free-agent market player -
The Miami Dolphins have several key players heading toward free agency, but they also have major cap room to retain the players they like before going after a big fish or two in free agency.


Phinsider Weekly Miami Dolphins Chats Presented By XFINITY - The Phinsider
Google+ Hangout live show returns tonight. Join us to discuss anything and everything Miami Dolphins as the prepare for their season finale against the New England Patriots.

Dolphins at Patriots Week 17 Injury Report - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins head north this weekend to face their AFC East Division rivals, the New England Patriots. Here's a look at the injury reports for both teams, including the status of Dolphins' starting cornerbacks Sean Smith and Nolan Carroll.

Phinsider NFL Week 17 Picks - The Phinsider
Thursday came and went this week without a NFL picks post from us, mostly because I simply did not realize it was Thursday (short work weeks mess everything up). Here are the Phinsider contributors' weekly NFL game winners picks.

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 12/29/12 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Ryan Tannehill excels on play-action, Armon Binns a surprise pickup, and Jared Odrick offers lots of versatility.

Dolphins at Patriots: Mike Pouncey Motivated Against Vince Wilfork - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins travel to Foxboro to face the New England Patriots tomorrow. Dolphins center Mike Pouncey, who was left off the AFC Pro Bowl roster this week, will have plenty to motivate him as he faces off against Patriots' defensive tackle Vin Evolution of Miami Dolphins Colors - The Phinsider

Throughout the season, has been taking a look at the evolution of each team's colors. This week, the Miami Dolphins took center stage.

Dolphins Update Injury Report - Starks Removed - The Phinsider

The Miami Dolphins have updated their injury report for tomorrow's game against the New England Patriots. Defensive tackle Randy Starks has been officially removed from the list.