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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 10/21/11

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

Denver Broncos at Miami Dolphins Previews: news: Dolphins, Broncos getting healthy ahead of Sunday matchup
Receiver Brandon Marshall and running back Reggie Bush have returned to practice for the Miami Dolphins after sitting out one day with injuries.

Miami Dolphins (0-5) might have found a team they can beat: the 1-4 Denver Broncos
As bad as things have been for the Dolphins this season - and at 0-5, it's been impossible to avoid comparisons to the 1-15 debacle of 2007 - there are reasons for their fans to anticipate a breakthrough Sunday when the Denver Broncos visit Sun Life Stadium.

Dolphins 2011 Season:

What do Dolphins have left to play for? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
This Sun Sentinel blog has all the news, stories, and NFL player info for the professional football fan in South Florida.

ESPN’s Herm Edwards: Miami Dolphins’ offensive struggles are hurting the defense, too | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins’ defense was supposed to be the team’s strong point this year. They returned nine starters from last year’s unit, which ranked No. 6 overall

Dolphins Quarterbacks:

Miami Dolphins QB Matt Moore seeks to rebuild confidence after difficult first start - South Florida
Miami Dolphins QB Matt Moore seeks to rebuild confidence after difficult first start

Dolphins Running Backs:

Reggie Bush Is Not Giving Up! | Miami Dolphins
Running back Reggie Bush is looking for a win just like most of South Floridians these days! Bush believes that this team has what it takes to turn this losing

NOTEBOOK: Rookie RB Thomas Able To Carry The Load
Should circumstances on Sunday dictate it, rookie running back Daniel Thomas could end up shouldering the bulk of the load in the running game for the first time.

Dolphins Wide Receivers: news: Headed to Harvard: 'Fins WR Marshall to talk about disorder
Brandon Marshall to the Ivy League? That's right. One day after he faces his former Broncos teammates, the Dolphins star will share about the personality disorder he has battled for years.

Marshall Looks To Show New Side To His Former Team
When the Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos take the field this Sunday at Sun Life Stadium, it will be both a nostalgic and watershed moment for Brandon Marshall.

Dolphins Linebackers:

Jason Taylor Focused On Winning | Miami Dolphins
All of the talk about Broncos starting quarterback Tim Tebow have reached the limit with most Dolphins players! Linebacker Jason Taylor is entirely focused on the task at hand...

Dolphins Safeties:

Chris Clemons is working hard to get back on the field, but hamstring stands in his way - South Florida
The Dolphins are looking for a new starting free safety, but Chris Clemons, last year's starter, keeping re-injuring his hamstring strain

Dolphins Coaches:

Sparano attempts to offer reasons for hope
It's tough being a Dolphins fan these days. The team is winless. The team's home field no longer offers advantage. Players say they are monsters but play like pussy cats. Others challenge reporters to strap on pads during interviews but...

Former Dolphins:

Inside The Honor Roll: Mark Duper
Considered one of football’s most electrifying receivers over his stellar 11-year career, Mark "Super" Duper was primarily a track star at tiny Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana.