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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 2/8/12

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

Dolphins Head Coach:

Special bonds formed in football will help new Dolphins coach Joe Philbin cope with personal tragedy
As the longtime pastor of the University of Miami football team, Leo Armbrust saw that the sport intersects with tragedy too often.

Dolphins Quarterbacks:

49ers, Dolphins have best odds in upcoming Manning Sweepstakes | The Daily Dolphin
It could happen any day. While the Indianapolis Colts don't have to make a decision on Peyton Manning until March 8, when they will owe him a $28 million.

Dolphins Offense:

Miami Dolphins Depth Chart – Offense – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins have yet another regime, which means yet another rebuilding project, and there’s no telling what this blueprint will include just yet.

Dolphins Defense:

Miami Dolphins Depth Chart – Defense – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Is it fair to be disappointed and impressed with the 2011 Miami Dolphins defense all at the same time?

Dolphins Offseason:

Every NFLteam's path to success in the offseason - Jeff Diamond -
The road map to success in today's NFL starts with the quarterback and revolves around the passing game. Look at the league's top teams -- the Super Bowl champion Giants, runner-up Patriots, regular-season-best Packers, etc. -- most boast top QBs and highly productive pass offenses.

Miami Dolphins have $9 million cap surplus – Miami Dolphins – Sun-Sentinel
Sometimes it pays to be thrifty. That certainly appears to be the case for the Miami Dolphins, and a number of NFL teams heading in 2012.

Dolphins Draft:

Steep price of trading up can be worthwhile
Sometimes trading up is the right thing to do. Sometimes trading up is brilliant. Sometimes trading up helps win a Super Bowl. Or two. If the Dolphins were to have doubts they can fill their quarterback situation the hard way...

Former Dolphins:

Dan Marino foundation plans to open college for the developmentally disabled in Fort Lauderdale
The Dan Marino Foundation's plans for a downtown college for the developmentally disabled could give students the real-world experiences they need to make it on their own.

Former NFL quarterback Chad Pennington believes his NFL playing career is over - South Florida
Former Jets and Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington doesn't plan to attempt another comeback news: 'Retired' Dolphins LB Crowder interested in playing for Falcons
Retired Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder told the Atlanta Journal Constitution that he would "love to play in Atlanta," adding that "(Falcons defensive coordinator Mike) Nolan is my guy."