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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/13/12

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The key to getting Manning is in this guys hands.
The key to getting Manning is in this guys hands.

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


With Peyton Manning set to visit with Miami Dolphins, pressure on rests on coach Joe Philbin to land him | The Daily Dolphin
Joe Philbin has been the Dolphins' head coach for all of 6 1/2 weeks. And now the entire fate of the organization is potentially in his hands.


Inside The Coaching Staff: Ken O'Keefe
Try to imagine what the interview session was like between new Miami Dolphins Head Coach Joe Philbin and wide receivers coach Ken O’Keefe.


Miami Dolphins coach Joe Philbin meets with Peyton Manning - Miami Dolphins -
The Dolphins on Monday night were given a forum to make a pitch to Peyton Manning, just as they had been told they would. Manning met with Dolphins coach Joe Philbin and other staff members, including offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, in Indianapolis on Monday night. (Read to the end to see Free Agency Plans) news: Dolphins land meeting with Manning but it could be limited
The Miami Dolphins are expected to visit with free-agent quarterback Peyton Manning in a very football-oriented context.

What does Manning-Philbin meeting mean? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The Miami Dolphins will finally get their meeting with free-agent quarterback Peyton Manning -- sort of.


NFL players Vernon Davis of the San Francisco 49ers and Vontae Davis of the Miami Dolphins host fundraiser for the arts at the Hamlin Mansion in San Francisco - Times Union
The Vernon and Vontae Davis Family Foundation will collaborate with the A.R.T. Ambassador Youth Program and the Children’s AIDS Art Programme to present an exquisite evening to benefit the arts on Saturday, March 31st, 2012.


Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 65. Ronnie Brown - The Phinsider
Ronnie Brown was a first round draft choice, a Pro Bowl running back, and an innovation in the Wildcat formation. For six seasons he ran for Miami.

Finhead's 2012 NFL Mock Draft: Version 9 - The Phinsider
Now that the Redskins own the #2 pick, does that change Miami's options?