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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/24/11

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

Miami Dolphins at Cleveland Browns Previews:

Game Preview: Dolphins at Browns,9/25/11 | The Finsiders - Miami Dolphins
Week 3 The Dolphins continue to look for their first win of 2011 and avoid an 0-3 start when they visit the Browns (1-1) in Cleveland on Sunday.

Commentary: Confidence shaky on all sides as the Dolphins head to Cleveland
The legal definition of "confidence game" is a swindle in which one party, persuaded to trust the other, pays dearly for that misplaced faith.

Dave Hyde | Sun Sentinel blogs | Hyde5: Five reasons Dolphins should win vs. Cleveland
For the first time, the Dolphins' defense doesn't face a dangerous quarterback

Dolphins Fullbacks:

Miami Dolphins: Rookie Charles Clay anxious to make debut - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Miami Dolphins: Miami Dolphins rookie Charles Clay anxious to make debut

Dolphins Wide Receivers:

Canton native Brian Hartline grew up a fan of Cowboys, not nearby Browns | The Daily Dolphin
One would expect Canton, Ohio native Brian Hartline grew up following the same Cleveland Browns he and the Dolphins will be facing Sunday...

Former Dolphins:

Inside The Honor Roll: Don Shula
On July 26, 1997, Don Shula capped an illustrious career when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, in his first year of eligibility. Shula’s unanimous election to the Hall was the ultimate honor in a career full of record-setting accomplishments. Shula’s record as head coach is unmatched in National Football League history.

Where is Bill Parcells when the Miami Dolphins need him? - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Who should be held accountable for the Miami Dolphins' struggles this season?

NFL Draft Lottery a Possibility:

"Suck for Luck" campaigns could result in eventual draft lottery | ProFootballTalk
Fans of the teams that quickly have congregated at the back of the pack are taking solace in the possibility of nailing down the first overall pick in the draft -- and thus securing the rights to the next can't-miss quarterback prospect, Andrew Luck.