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Miami Dolphins Stories You May Have Missed - 8/23/11

Here are the Miami Dolphins stories from around the web over the last 24 hours:

Dolphins Quarterbacks:

Henne's leadership not news to everyone
While some Dolphins are praising Chad Henne's new found leadership, others know it's nothing new.

Reggie Bush: New offense will do ‘wondrous things’ for Chad Henne | The Daily Dolphin
Success didn’t spoil Reggie Bush. Even after an impressive performance in his first home game as a Dolphin last Friday night against Carolina, Bush was once again the last man on the practice field Monday.

Dolphins Running Backs:

Miami Dolphins In Depth
I told you yesterday that Reggie Bush shot down the idea of taking the rest preseason off to avoid the risk of injury. (I suck, because it was my suggestion). Well, that's not the only topic Bush addressed Monday during...

Daniel Thomas 1-on-1, 8/22/11 | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins running back spoke to our John Congemi about his first NFL touchdown vs. Carolina. Don't miss what he thought was the key to his success...

Larry Johnson signs with Miami Dolphins - ESPN
Veteran running back Larry Johnson signed with the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday after sitting out most of last season.

Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Hyde5: Five questions about odd Larry Johnson signing
If not him, why not Ricky Williams? They're similar, power runners with some years on them. The difference is Ricky produced the last couple of years for the Dolphins. Johnson had five carries for two yards last year in Washington. He's been dumped by three teams in the last two years. He's 31. This can't be about money. Ricky signed a two-year, $2.5 million contract with the Ravens. That's not a deal-breaker.

Dolphins Wide Receivers:

Davone Bess 1-on-1, 8/22/11 | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins wide receiver spoke to our John Congemi about the versatility of Brian Daboll’s new offensive scheme. Find out how Bess thinks Reggie Bush will help open up the passing game in 2011.

Dolphins Tight Ends:

Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano isn't flashy but quietly puts up solid statistics
Many Dolphin fans have come to regard tight end Anthony Fasano as they would a comfortable piece of furniture: The old sofa in the corner that never attracts much attention but gets the job done year after year.

Dolphins Offensive Line:

What the Joe Thomas extension means for Jake Long (Three Things) – Mike Berardino – Sun-Sentinel
Three things to consider on this sports Tuesday: Thing 1: That seven-year, $84 million extension Joe Thomas signed with the Browns – $44 million guaranteed — just added to the cost of Jake Long’s next contract.

Miami Dolphins’ offensive line seeking cohesiveness - Miami Dolphins -
With Jake Long back and the first game rapidly approaching, Miami is focusing on its offensive line

Dolphins Defensive Line:

Jared Odrick Joins The Finsiders, 8/22/11 | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins defensive end joined the guys in studio to discuss what his goals are for this upcoming season. Don’t miss an entertaining conversation between Odrick and Kim Bokamper about the different celebrations one could have after recording a sack.

Miami Dolphins: DE Jared Odrick is in a battle with Randy Starks for day one starting job - South Florida
After the Miami Dolphins selected defensive end Jared Odrick in the first round of the draft in 2010, he came into camp and won the starting job on the right side of the defensive line. Then, in the first game of last season, he suffered an injury and didn't play again.

Dolphins Linebackers:

Cam Wake Excited About Year 2 Under Nolan | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
Cam Wake talked about how excited he is about the potential of the Miami Dolphins defense for the 2011 season. Year two under ddefensive coordinator Mike Nolan should bring consistancy and a greater understanding of what Nolan is looking for out of this unit. Here’s Wake after practice:

Dolphins Safeties:

Will Miami Dolphins play it safe at safety? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Another year means another free safety. That’s become the norm for the Miami Dolphins, and something that’s become Yeremiah Bell’s annual challenge.

Former Dolphins:

Ravens Insider: Cameron says circumstances prompted Beck trade - Baltimore Ravens news, schedule, analysis and opinion -
It just over a year ago when the Ravens traded John Beck to the Washington Redskins for cornerback Doug Dutch.

NFL Supplemental Draft:

Pryor says he thought he was heading to Miami | ProFootballTalk
Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor joins PFT (Almost) Live today, via an interview that was taped earlier this morning. He says during the interview that he hadn't heard at all from the Raiders before the supplemental draft, and that he was thinking of a couple of other teams...

Tebow Speculation:

Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Hyde5: Why wouldn't Dolphins want Tebow for nothing?
Tim Tebow is as good a winner as there is in sports. The question is if he's a good quarterback. And the issue if Denver is crazy enough to release him becomes this: Why wouldn't the Dolphins want him for nothing? Wouldn't he be worth bringing on for a look the rest of this season?