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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 1/26/12

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

Dolphins Coaching Staff:

Two former assistants might stay with Dolphins – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
New Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin is in the process of interviewing candidates to join his first coaching staff, and the process is moving quickly.

Source says most Dolphins coaches are being "held hostage." They haven't officially been fired yet, but aren't allowed to look for jobs. Ben Volin

Hearing that Mike Sherman's getting the Bucs head coaching job. Guess Joe Philbin needs to line up some OC coordinators. Omar Kelly

Dolphins Quarterbacks:

Priority would be Manning first, Flynn as fallback
For five days now I've been telling you the Dolphins are on the quarterback hunt -- again. I told you Saturday that Peyton Manning is a possibility for the team and that he's prominent on the team's radar.

Aaron Rodgers calls Matt Flynn to the Miami Dolphins a "strong possibility" – Mike Berardino – Sun-Sentinel
Matt Flynn to the Miami Dolphins? Aaron Rodgers thinks it’s a "strong possibility."

Dolphins Cornerbacks:

Will Allen Participates In Souper Bowl Of Caring
Miami Dolphins cornerback Will Allen visited an art class at Tropical Park Elementary in Plantation.

Dolphins Safeties:

Is Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell in the danger zone? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
There’s a good chance Yeremiah Bell, who has led the team in tackles every year since 2008, becomes a salary cap casualty. Bell’s cap number is $6.2 million in 2012. It’s the fourth highest cap number on the team, trailing Jake Long, Brandon Marshall and Karlos Dansby.

Dolphins Defense:

Depth Chart: How do the Miami Dolphins look in a 4-3 defense? | The Daily Dolphin
In today’s newspaper, we have a story about the Dolphins potentially looking like a much different team in 2012, even if a lot of the players will be the same.

Dolphins Free Agency:

Which elite free agent should the Dolphins sign?
Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland declined to share information on the Dolphins salary cap situation when he met with the media Tuesday.

One free agent: AFC East - AFC East Blog - ESPN
There is one game remaining, which is the Super Bowl. But for the other 30 teams it is time to start rebuilding for 2012.

2012 NFL Draft: news: Which 2012 prospects are first to top charts?
Music has the Billboard Top 100. We have Gil Brandt's "Hot 100" -- prospects that is. Find out whom our draft and scouting guru has chosen for his initial list.

2012 Senior Bowl:

Miami Dolphins: Senior Moments in Mobile – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Omar takes a look at RGIII and other players.

Senior Bowl Day 3: Small School Players Standing Tall
Two of the tallest offensive skill players in this year’s Senior Bowl happen to come from two of the smallest schools, and they both hope to make a big impact.

Senior Bowl has quarterback options for Miami Dolphins - Miami Dolphins -
If Miami can't get one of its top choices for quarterback, it might find one attractive enough to draft at the Senior Bowl this week.

Senior Bowl Wednesday practice report - Tony Pauline - draft expert Tony Pauline is live in Mobile, Ala., where some of the draft's brightest talent are taking part in Senior Bowl week, the annual prospect showcase. He'll be providing live analysis from practice each day throughout the week.

2012 Pro Bowl:

Pro Bowlers want game to stay in Hawaii
Many NFL stars are hoping that when it comes to the Pro Bowl in Hawaii, aloha doesn't mean goodbye. The NFL all-star game doesn't have a home beyond Sunday's game.

News Around the AFC East:

Joe Namath says Jets quarterback MarkSanchez will be fine with right roster - NFL -
NEW YORK (AP) -- Joe Namath had just watched a film about a young quarterback who threw too many interceptions, then learned to trust his teammates and led his club to a championship.

New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski listed as unable to practice - NFL -
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski was listed as unable to practice on Wednesday on the team's first injury report since he injured his left ankle in the AFC title game against the Baltimore Ravens.