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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/27/12

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the condition of star running back, Reggie Bush.

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


NFL reaches tentative agreement with refs |
So long, replacement refs. The NFL's regular crews will be back on the field starting Thursday night.


Miami Dolphins’ Karlos Dansby on Sunday’s game: ‘It’s a must-win’ |
To try to focus his players on the game at hand, without regard to the rest of the schedule, Dolphins coach Joe Philbin placed several signs reading "1-0" throughout the practice facility at the start of the season.


Miami Dolphins’ Ryan Tannehill gets another tough test - Miami Dolphins -
The schedule offers no relief for Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins’ struggling air attack.


Status of Miami Dolphins’ Reggie Bush remains unclear - Miami Dolphins -
Running back Reggie Bush was held out of practice Wednesday because of his banged-up knee, but if it was his decision, he’d play Sunday.

Diverse Running Game Paying Dividends On The Scoreboard
Five different ball carriers have found the end zone through three games for the Miami Dolphins, making life extremely difficult for opposing defensive coordinators.

NOTEBOOK: Bush Working To Get Healthy; Other Notes
Dolphins injury report lists three players who did not practice.


'Sound FX': Simply the Bess - NFL Videos
Watch and listen to wide receiver Davone Bess as the Miami Dolphins take on their division rivals, the New York Jets.


Miami Dolphins: Where have all the takeaways gone for Karlos Dansby? - South Florida
Dolphins linebacker believes he just "needs a break" to get back to his Arizona-style production


Dan Carpenter puts Jets failures behind him - South Florida
After a few days of soul-searching Carpenter expressed gratitude to his teammates and coaches for supporting him after missing a 47-yard field goal in the fourth quarter that would've given Miami a 20-13 lead, and then a 48-yarder with 8:00 left in overtime that would've earned the victory.


Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The Phinsider
Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing.

2012 Miami Dolphins Caption This Week 3 - The Phinsider
The Phinsider weekly photo caption contest. This week, we take a look at Ryan Tannehill against the Oakland Raiders.

Miami Dolphins Week 3 Reason to Celebrate: Reggie Bush's Knee - The Phinsider
A weekly look at the Miami Dolphins reason to celebrate. This week, the reason to celebrate comes down to one simple thing - Reggie Bush's knee.

SB Nation Fantasy Football Pick 6 Week 3 Standings - The Phinsider
SB Nation's Fantasy Football game Pick 6 continues this week, starting with tomorrow night's Thursday Night Football game. Before we move on to Week 4, here's a look back at the Week 3 results.

Miami Dolphins Running Back Reggie Bush on Sideline During Practice; McDaniel and Spitler Too - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins running back Reggie Bush was injured during the Dolphins' game against the New York Jets this past weekend. Bush's bruised knee forced him to stay on the sideline during today's practice.

Dolphins at Cardinals: Injury Report - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins will face the Arizona Cardinals in Week 4 NFL action this Sunday. The practice report for Miami includes running back Reggie Bush, defensive tackle Tony McDaniel, and linebacker Austin Spitler all of whom did not practice.

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/26/12 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins news stories from around the internet over the last 24 hours. Today's articles include the comments by Reggie Bush, Kevin Coyle looking for less penelties, and some roster moves.

Phinsider Podcast Live Thread - Jets Review, Cardinals Preview, Reggie Bush's Knee and More - The Phinsider
The Phinsider Podcast returns today with another episode. You can listen to us live here, or you can select a previous episode in the player. You can also download the podcast on iTunes.