Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
DOLPHINS COACHING STAFF:
Miami Dolphins training camp preview: Coaching staff - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
No unit entering the 2012 season shoulders more doubt than the Miami Dolphins coaching staff.
DOLPHINS RUNNING BACKS:
Reggie Bush sympathizes with current Penn State players and coaches forced to deal with NCAA penalties | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins running back Reggie Bush has a good idea what the coaches and players of Penn State are feeling this morning.
DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:
Hartline Entertains Season Ticket Members On Conference Call
They’ve heard from the owner, general manager and head coach, so this time Miami Dolphins Season Ticket Members got to hear exclusively from a player.
Dolphins' Chad Ochocinco changes name to Chad Johnson - NFL.com
Chad Ochocinco -- can we still call him that? -- is up to his old antics. Jeff Darlington reported Monday that the Miami Dolphins' new wideout once again has changed his name.
Pruitt Turns To Coaching During Offseason
As a young prospect long on ability but short on experience against big-time competition, Julius Pruitt has gotten a lot of coaching since he first joined the Dolphins two years ago.
DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:
Mike Pouncey says Dolphins are learning from Ryan Tannehill | ProFootballTalk
Dolphins center Mike Pouncey doesn't know which quarterback he'll snap to at the start of the season, but if it's rookie Ryan Tannehill, Pouncey says the Dolphins will be just fine.
Murtha Looking To Get It Right
Lydon Murtha is a big man with a big tattoo down his left arm. The tattoo, which depicts an actual arm without skin, actually goes all the way from shoulder to hand.
DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:
The Monster In The Middle
The way Paul Soliai sees it, he’s got a good thing going with the Miami Dolphins. And he plans on enjoying the ride as long as he can.
Training Camp Preview: Defensive Line " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Two things are always paramount when your talking about the defensive line for the Miami Dolphins: your numbers against the run and how may times you can either sack or pressure the opposing quarterback.
Is the Miami Dolphins secondary ready to grow up? - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Miami Dolphins position breakdown: Secondary
Deadline looming for Dolphins rookies - AFC East Blog - ESPN
There are only three rookies left unsigned in the AFC East and all three are with the Miami Dolphins.
DOLPHINS TALKING POINTS:
Miami Dolphins Talking Points: Does Matt Moore deserve a little benefit of the doubt in the QB race? | The Daily Dolphin
A trio of Dolphins talking points with training camp set to start in three days:
The Dolphins have been holding monthly conference calls with season-ticket holders, allowing fans to ask questions of Joe Philbin, Steve Ross or in Monday night’s case, receiver Brian Hartline.
PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:
NFL Training Camps Officially Begin With Arizona Cardinals Reporting Today - The Phinsider
The 2012 NFL season is finally here, as the Arizona Cardinals report today for training camp. The Miami Dolphins will wait until Thursday to make their way into camp.
Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 7/23/12 - The Phinsider
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Chad Ochocinco is Chad Johnson - Legally - The Phinsider
Chad Ochocinco has legally changed his name back to Chad Johnson. Johnson originally started using the moniker in 2006, changing his name legally to the reference to his jersey number in 2008.
Miami Dolphins Training Camp T-4 And Counting; Three Players Still Unsigned - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are four days away from hitting the practice field for the first day of training camp. Between now and then, the team has three rookie left to sign.
Miami Dolphins Training Camp Has a History of Unusual Moments - The Phinsider
Although stories of the hardships of training camp abound, there are also some light hearted moments as well. The South Florida Sun Sentinel's David Hyde relates some of the best from Miami Dolphins history.