Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories from around the web you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Dolphins Coaching Staff:
Inside The Coaching Staff: Jim Turner
Every offense needs to be solid up front in the offensive line in order to produce in the passing game and the running game, which is why the offensive line coach is a critical member of the staff.
Miami Dolphins: What’s Robert Griffin III worth? – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The St. Louis Rams are actively shopping the No. 2 pick in the 2012 NFL draft, which most teams expect will turn into Robert Griffin III.
Don't expect the Miami Dolphins to pay the price to get Robert Griffin III — they want Peyton Manning
Last weekend at the NFL Scouting Combine, the St. Louis Rams let it be known to the entire league - they are open for business.
Match the QB with the QB priority | Miami Dolphins In Depth
If you read the last post you know the issue: At least eight teams that would welcome or need a quarterback upgrade this offseason. And only four such likely QB upgrades available. So who mates with whom?
Dolphins Offensive Line:
Dolphins Generations: Richie Incognito And Keith Sims
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 guard Richie Incognito and former Pro Bowl guard and current team broadcaster Keith Sims (1990-97)
Miami Dolphins to experiment with position switch for Koa Misi - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Misi likely moving to inside linebacker.
Report: Manning & Wayne May Be Package Deal " CBS Miami
While Peyton Manning’s new contract will be incentive-laden, there could be a secondary player who would come with Manning. For the Dolphins, this player could be a familiar face to Miami Hurricanes fans.
2012 NFL Combine:
2012 NFL Draft pro day schedule - NFL - SI.com
The 2012 scouting season is coming to a close as teams solidify their big boards for the April 26-28 NFL Draft.
NFL Combine Buzz: Peyton Manning, not Robert Griffin III, still the Miami Dolphins’ top priority, and other notes from across the league | The Daily Dolphin
Most general managers and head coaches from the 32 NFL teams addressed the media last weekend at the NFL Combine, to discuss not only their thoughts on this on this year’s NFL Draft prospects, but also about their team’s plans heading into free agency, which begins March 13.
Combine Day 6: Brandon Bolden's Exclusive Player Diary
There really is nothing like the NFL Scouting Combine, and what those 600 fans inside Lucas Oil Stadium saw on Sunday during on-the-field drills was only the tip of the iceberg.
2012 NFL Draft:
Should the Dolphins trade down? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
There has been plenty of offseason speculation that the Miami Dolphins would be interested in trading up from the No. 8 overall pick, presumably to land Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.
NFL.com news: Cost to acquire pick from Rams might drain Dolphins' interest
It's no secret the Rams fully intend to trade the No. 2 overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, and equally well known a handful of teams have interest in working their way up for the chance to select Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Which Texas QB fits the Miami Dolphins the best – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The state of Texas will be delivering two NFL quarterbacks who have amazing feet.
Miami Dolphins should sacrifice to get Robert Griffin III - Greg Cote - MiamiHerald.com
What better time than on Leap Day to exhort the Dolphins to make the leap and take a chance. This is the year for this conservative franchise and its leaders to do something out of character. This is the time for Miami to be daring and creative and not run scared from the idea that trading away future draft picks is blasphemy.
Miami Dolphins swap 6th round picks for Reggie Bush – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins presently have all of its draft picks in 2012.
2012 NFL Season:
NFL moves 1st game to Wednesday to avoid Obama
Powerful as the NFL is, it's making way for President Barack Obama. Opting to play a game on a Wednesday for the first time in more than 60 years, the NFL will open the regular season on Sept. 5