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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 2/10/12

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Hated this guy when he was a Jet.  Now I'm sad to see him leaving the NFL.  I wish CP10 the best of luck with the rest of his life.
Hated this guy when he was a Jet. Now I'm sad to see him leaving the NFL. I wish CP10 the best of luck with the rest of his life.

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

Dolphins Linebackers:

Where does Koa Misi fit into Miami’s plans? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Koa Misi is a man without a true position, and depending on what the Miami Dolphins do in free agent and the draft this offseason Misi might end up as a player without a role.

Dolphins Cornerbacks:

Dolphins Generations: Sean Smith And Sam Madison
In Dolphins Generations, we ask the same questions to both a current Dolphins player and an alumnus who played the same position to see how their answers differ based on the era they played in. This week's Dolphins Generations features current Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith and former cornerback Sam Madison (1997–2005).

Dolphins 2012 OffSeason:

Miami Dolphins roster analysis: Top 5 position needs for 2012 | The Daily Dolphin
The 2011 season just ended four days ago, but wouldn't you know it, the 2012 season is already upon us!

Carry-over cash, cap space give some NFL teams money to spend - Football Wire - SunHerald.com
Sometimes it pays to be thrifty. That certainly appears to be the case for the Miami Dolphins and a number of NFL teams heading into 2012.

Peyton Manning's, Matt Flynn's futures at forefront of NFL offseason issues - Don Banks - SI.com
With the glow (and the now annual blame-game fallout) of the Super Bowl dying down, we turn our attention to the long NFL offseason, which won't end until teams start reporting for training camp in late July.

Former Dolphins:

Chad Pennington might file retirement papers soon; he's upbeat about Miami Dolphins' progress
While injuries have kept quarterback Chad Pennington off the field for virtually all of the last two seasons, he said Thursday that the Dolphins might be taking a bigger risk pursuing Peyton Manning than they would in re-signing him.