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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/20/11

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

Houston Texans at Miami Dolphins Reactions:

Miami Dolphins players: Bad practice habits and negative body language are affecting the team | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins’ first two regular season games have been filled with Red Zone failures, missed tackles and blown assignments.

Jason Taylor says Miami Dolphins’ woes can be traced to practices - Armando Salguero -
The second loss of the season was not yet dry in the history books when Jason Taylor, still in his uniform and a foul mood, decided it was time to gather his teammates and address something he has been worried about for days.

Dolphins vs. Texans: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly | The Daily Dolphin
Before we break down the Good, the Bad and the Ugly from the Dolphins’ 23-13 loss to the Texans, first a couple injury updates: Inside linebacker Karlos Dansby re-injured a groin pull in Sunday’s game, and Sparano said he’s "obviously concerned."

Are the Miami Dolphins lacking accountability? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
I’ve always thought a football team’s head coach and General Manager should be the smartest men in the room. And if they’re not they need to hire people who make them look like geniuses.

Dolphins Coaches:

Miami Dolphins Wrap: Keep it in context – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
There’s absolutely nothing that gets under my skin more in this industry than when media outlets/members take things out of context....The point of this finger waging is to point out the South Florida media, and the public have taken Tony Sparano’s "I don’t have any answers for it" comment about the team’s struggles at home out of context.

Coach Sparano Joins The Finsiders, 9/19/11 | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Coach joined the show to give a full recap of the Texans game after making his evaluations on the game film. Don’t miss Sparano’s insightful comments

Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano concedes there is some truth in Jason Taylor's harsh assessment
Jason Taylor criticized some of his younger teammates after Sunday's loss to Houston, saying that not everyone understands "the magnitude of what we're trying to do here and what's at stake.

Dolphins Running Backs:

Miami Dolphins In Depth
The Larry Johnson story was nice. You know, former star turned washout realizes the terrible error of his off-field ways and, after much soul-searching, transforms himself as a person, and after tons of hard work finds a new team.

Lex Hilliard Joins The Finsiders, 9/19/11 | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins fullback sat down with The Finsiders to talk about the team’s strong rushing performance against the Texans. Listen in to hear Hilliard’s thoughts on rookie Daniel Thomas.

Miami Dolphins need to find some magic — and more plays for Reggie Bush might do it
In 2008, desperate after an 0-2 start to his Dolphins tenure, Tony Sparano called assistant David Lee to the front of a plane returning from Arizona.

Dolphins Offense:

Wildcat 2.0 may be in play for Miami Dolphins - Miami Dolphins -
Once upon a time the Dolphins wanted to get Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams in the game at the same time. And so Wildcat was born.

Dolphins Defensive End:

In The Trenches With Kendall Langford | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins defensive end joins the show to evaluate the team’s defensive performance against the Texans on Sunday and what the unit needs to do better moving forward. Also, Langford gives his thoughts on the team hitting the road this weekend to take on Peyton Hillis and the Browns.

Dolphins Linebackers:

Miami Dolphins linebacker Kevin Burnett says it's time for one-on-one success - South Florida
Ex-Charger has experienced mid-year turnarounds before, says Dolphins must win individual matchups to get season going.

Dolphins Safeties:

Three Things: Yeremiah Bell says Miami Dolphins must stop doing dumb things – Mike Berardino – Sun-Sentinel
Three Things to consider on this sports Tuesday: Thing 1: Raised the question in today’s column that maybe the Miami Dolphins just aren’t good enough or deep enough to be a playoff contender in today’s NFL.

Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Hyde5: Would Darren Sharper help Dolphins defense?
The Dolphins have had free safety issues the past two games. Darren Sharper is out there - at least for now.

Dolphins Punter:

Kickin’ It With Brandon Fields, 9/19/11 | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
The Dolphins punter talks about his emergence as one of the elite punters in the league. Fields also is asked about the mindset of the team in the locker room on Monday.