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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 3/25/12

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

DOLPHINS QUARTERBACKS: news: Dolphins' quarterback chase enters next stage
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross took time out of his busy schedule to call a disgruntled fan looking for answers this week, but did he offer a solution to the Dolphins' ongoing QB Dilemma?


Fans are frustrated by floundering Miami Dolphins - Miami Dolphins -
The Dolphins’ direction — or lack thereof — has ruffled their fans, some of whom held a protest. Owner Stephen Ross even called one of the fans.

G Scott, LB Wheeler Make Free Agent Visits With Dolphins
Guard Jake Scott and linebacker Phillip Wheeler both made free agent visits with the Miami Dolphins today.

Dolphins looking thin on offense - AFC East Blog - ESPN
It's only March, but the Miami Dolphins have a long way to go to fielding a respectable offense.

Dear Miami Dolphins, we can’t stand it anymore! - Armando Salguero -
Dear Dolphins, we, the fans who have cheered you with passion, the observers who have watched you with interest and the residents of South Florida who benefit from you being here are quite fed up.

Were Dolphins going to cut Marshall? - AFC East Blog - ESPN
The Dolphins are making a lot of fans upset in Miami after a series of offseason moves and non-moves that put the team in a compromising position.


New replay rules to be hot topic at this week's NFL meetings in Palm Beach
While the NFL has dominated the recent news cycle with stories of Denver signing of Peyton Manning and trading Tim Tebow to the New York Jets and the suspension of New Orleans coach Sean Payton, it's expected the setting will be quieter this week when the league begins three days of meetings Monday at The Breakers in Palm Beach.


2012 Matty Awards - Winners Announcement 1 - The Phinsider#storyjump
The announcement of the first five Matty Award winners. The Matty's are the Phinsider's annual awards to recognize the contributions made to the site.

Miami Dolphins All-Time Top 100 Players: 53. Bruce Hardy - The Phinsider
Bruce Hardy spent his entire 12-season NFL career with the Miami Dolphins, and is seventh all-time with 25 receiving touchdowns.

A tight end to Miami this April? - The Phinsider
The Dolphins sure could use a seam threat ... but which prospect in this year's tight end class would be the best fit in Miami?