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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 12/9/11

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Reggie Bush is proving Tony Sparano right, according to the Palm Beach Post.
Reggie Bush is proving Tony Sparano right, according to the Palm Beach Post.

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

Eagles at Dolphins Previews:

Miami Dolphins: After starting the season as the Dream Team reality has set in for the Philadelphia Eagles entering Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins. - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Despite several big-name free-agent signings, the Philadelphia Eagles are just 4-8.

Miami Dolphins In Depth
The Michael Vick experience (remember that?) is coming to Sun Life Stadium Sunday and that usually means the defense should be watching a lot of film on the Philadelphia quarterback and dub it, "The spy who loved me." Vick, you...

Dolphins Coaches:

Dolphins coach Tony Sparano proves he can adapt – 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.

A Tough But Rewarding Change For Sparano
Football coaches are creatures of habit, so there is no more daunting of a challenge than to get one to willingly change things up in midstream

Dolphins Running Backs:

Miami Dolphins' Reggie Bush proving Tony Sparano right that he can be regular, successful NFL back
Reggie Bush faced a decision. And as he recalled it Thursday, it wasn't an easy one. The Dolphins were pursuing a trade with New Orleans last July when Bush learned coach Tony Sparano intended to make him his feature back.

Dolphins Tight Ends:

Miami Dolphins: 2-tight end set could improve offense – 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.

Dolphins Offensive Line:

Miami Dolphins’ offensive line basks in turnaround - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
The Dolphins were recognized Thursday for having the best offensive line in the league in Week 13 and are now contenders for the third annual John Madden Protectors Award.

Dolphins Secondary:

Yeremiah Bell And The Secondary Must Play Smart " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
The secondary has played with a physical style for the Miami Dolphins as of late, and hasn’t been giving up the big play down the field. Safety Yeremiah Bell has set the tone and knows he’s facing a enormous challenge going up against the Philadelphia Eagles trio of quarterback Michael Vick, running back LeSean McCoy and wide receiver DeSean Jackson. Speed and quickness are traits all three players have plenty of and Bell talks about the challenges of facing these talented athletes: