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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/14/11

Dolphins running back Reggie Bush will continue to get 20 touches a game, according to head coach Tony Sparano.
Dolphins running back Reggie Bush will continue to get 20 touches a game, according to head coach Tony Sparano.

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

New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins Reactions:

Miami Dolphins: How will the Dolphins respond to blowout loss to Patriots - South Florida
Dolphins players and coaches say communication was a huge issue in Monday night's embarrassing defensive performance

Miami Dolphins: Dolphins can't win at home in September anymore, and it's time to ask why - South Florida
Maybe it's time to close the Miami Dolphins cushy practice bubble since the team can't win at home in September anymore

Commentary: Blowout behind them, road to recovery will be long if Miami Dolphins don't win next week
You couldn't find a Dolphin close to Tom Brady or his receivers for most of Monday night. Yet, roughly an hour after their dispiriting dismantling by the Patriots, Dolphins could be found all over cyberspace.

Dolphins vs. Patriots: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly | The Daily Dolphin
First, a couple of quick updates from Dolphins camp this morning. 1) No major injuries to report as of now. Tony Sparano said "we had some dings"

Miami's Offense Answered The Bell In First Test; Other Notes
Coming into the 2011 season the biggest question mark surrounding the Miami Dolphins had to do with how this new offense under offensive coordinator Brian Daboll would look. One game in, the answer was a positive one.

Dolphins Running Backs: news: Ex-Eagles RB Westbrook turns back clock in 'Fins workout
Ex-Philadelphia Eagles star Brian Westbrook said he felt like his 2005 self during a workout in Miami. Did he convince the Dolphins he was worth a roster spot?

Sparano says Bush will still get 20 touches per game | ProFootballTalk
In his first game with the Dolphins, running back Reggie Bush had 11 carries and nine catches.  Though the end result wasn't great, he'll continue to get the same number of chances.

Dolphins Cornerbacks:

Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Hyde5: Will Allen moves from unemployed to starter
Will Allen is now a starting cornerback. Let's dismiss this antiquated idea of a "nickle back." In the modern NFL, three cornerbacks start. 

Former Dolphins:

13 Minutes With Marino | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
In the debut of the new weekly segment "13 Minutes with Marino", the Dolphins legend provides his analysis of Chad Henne after Henne’s impressive performance against the Patriots. Also, don’t miss Marino’s preview of the Dolphins-Texans game on Sunday.