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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 9/6/11

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

New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins Preview:

Miami Dolphins In Depth
The Dolphins worked on Labor Day. The players are off today. When the team reconvenes on Wednesday, it will begin in earnest the final preparations for the Sept. 12 regular-season opener against the New England Patriots. (Yeah, get your tickets...

Miami Dolphins Talking Points: Tony Sparano tries to downplay significance of Patriots game | The Daily Dolphin
Three Miami Dolphins talking points for Tuesday, an off day for the players as they prepare to face New England on Monday: 1. Tony Sparano tries to downplay

Andy Cohen: Why The Dolphins Can Beat The Patriots | Miami Dolphins
The cuts have been made. The preseason is history. The lineup is just about set. It is time for answers to come, statements to be made and the real product to come into focus.

Dolphins Defensive Line:

Soliai A New Man With Big Plans On Defense; Other Notes | Miami Dolphins
Paul Soliai’s journey from unproven rookie defensive tackle to franchise player for the Miami Dolphins has been anything but easy.

Dolphins Linebackers:

New fame won’t stall Dolphins LB Cameron Wake’s drive to be best - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
Like the old car he drives, Cameron Wake continues to chug along, silencing critics as he passes by.

Commentary: Dolphins' LB Kevin Burnett a study in perseverance
Kevin Burnett doesn't want this to be taken wrong. "Not in any way, shape or fashion," the Dolphins' new inside linebacker says.

Dolphins Cornerbacks:

NFL.com news: Acquitted of murder, Dolphins rookie just happy to be playing
"Every day I get a chance to play football," he said, "I'm going to smile."

Dolphins Fantasy Preview:

Fantasy Preview: RBs & WRs | Miami Dolphins
For the many of you that have your 2011 Fantasy Football drafts in one of the next several nights, here’s a quick look at the running back and wide receiver positions.

Former Dolphins:

Inside The Honor Roll: Larry Little |  Miami Dolphins