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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 10/29/11

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

Dolphins at Giants Previews:

New York Giants' Justin Tuck listed questionable, plans to go - ESPN New York
Justin Tuck was listed as questionable for Sunday's Giants game.

Miami Dolphins Vontae Davis, Dan Thomas still hurting - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Miami Dolphins CB Vontae Davis, RB Dan Thomas still bothered by hamstring injuries

Miami Dolphins CB Vontae Davis Doubtful vs. Giants, Jimmy Wilson likely to start; Yeremiah Bell fined by NFL | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins secondary will once again be without one of its top players on Sunday against the Giants, as cornerback Vontae Davis missed his third straight day

Commentary: Is Eli Manning an elite quarterback? That's up for debate, but the figures this year say he's a winner
Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Drew Brees are the top three quarterbacks in the NFL. In that order, according to current passer ratings.

Brandon Marshall tweets that Miami Dolphins will top New York Giants - ESPN New York
Brandon Marshall says the Dolphins will beat the Giants this week.

Is Nate Garner ready to start again for the Miami Dolphins? (video) – Mike Berardino – Sun-Sentinel
Nate Garner was sorely missed in 2010, when his versatility along the Miami Dolphins’ offensive line was lost to a twice-injured foot during the offseason.

A Giant challenge awaits Miami Dolphins - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
The Dolphins are hurting on the offensive line and in the secondary, which could play right into the Giants’ hands Sunday.

Giants Vs. Dolphins: Giants Need To Focus On Themselves - Big Blue View
Giants Vs. Dolphins: Giants Need To Focus On Themselves

New York Giants Vs. Miami Dolphins Preview: Five Things To Watch - Big Blue View
New York Giants Vs. Miami Dolphins Preview: Five Things To Watch

Dolphins 2011 Season:

NFL.com news: 'South Park' gets dig in on Dolphins in latest episode
These days, the winless Dolphins are getting it from all angles, and that now includes the folks over at Comedy Central's "South Park," who poked a little fun at the team in the latest episode.

Dolphins Are in the Middle of Another Lost Season - NYTimes.com
The Dolphins’ improbable defeat against the Broncos and Tim Tebow was a revealing signpost in the middle of another lost season in Miami.

Dolphins Coaching Candidates:

Report: Stephen Ross has reached out to Bill Cowher’s agent | ProFootballTalk
Tony Sparano is still the head coach of the Miami Dolphins. That didn't stop owner Stephen Ross from meeting with Jim Harbaugh about the job before Harbaugh signed on with the 49ers and it isn't stopping him from trying to talk to another possible replacement.

NFL.com news: Cowher only willing to talk with teams that have vacancies
One NFL team owner has been in contact with Bill Cowher's agent, but the former Steelers coach says he is only willing to speak with teams on one condition.

Miami Dolphins deny reaching out to Bill Cowher - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and CEO Mike Dee on Friday strongly denied an NFL Network report that Ross has reached out to Bill Cowher’s agent about Cowher becoming the team’s coach.

Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Ross strongly denies reports he contacted Cowher
Ross strongly denies reports he contacted Cowher

Miami Dolphins In Depth
There have been multiple reports of undercover and backroom wheeling and dealing by owner Stephen Ross as he tries to land a new coach for the Miami Dolphins. The latest is an NFL.com report citing an unnamed league source that...

Dolphins Offensive Line:

Carey Transitioning Well At Right Guard; Other Notes
Changing positions eight years into a solid NFL career is difficult by any stretch of the imagination, but Miami Dolphins guard Vernon Carey is making it look easy.

Andrew Luck:

The NFL is buzzing, but Andrew Luck isn't listening - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
The Stanford quarterback knows many consider him a once-in-a-generation prospect and a lock to be the No. 1 overall draft pick. But he insists he can tune all that out.