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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 4/29/13

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Mike Gillislee could contribute early.

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Miami Dolphins: Mike Gillislee Will Get Immediate Opportunity To Play
This article is a look at new Miami Dolphins running back Mike Gillislee and his fit on this team.


Eric Winston reportedly in talks with Miami Dolphins -
The Miami Dolphins still need an offensive tackle. A trade for Branden Albert never materialized, so the Dolphins reportedly have moved on and have turned their focus on Eric Winston.


Dion Jordan in the sights of Eagles coach Chip Kelly -
Chip Kelly coached Dion Jordan, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, while at Oregon. But come draft time, the new Philadelphia Eagles coach felt the asking price to select Jordan was too much.

Dolphins first-round pick Dion Jordan will likely become a victim of NFL rules. - South Florida
Dion Jordan, the Dolphins' first-round pick, will likely miss some off-season practices due to NFL rules.

Dion Jordan could be involved in Dolphins’ special teams | ProFootballTalk
When the Dolphins traded up from No. 12 to No. 3 in round one of the draft, they primarily got a defensive end. They also may have gotten a guy who'll show up elsewhere. No, not at tight end. (That's the position Dion Jordan played when he arrived at Oregon.


Draft review: Miami Dolphins | ProFootballTalk
After analyzing the draft needs of all 32 teams, PFT will review how well each team addressed those needs. Up next: The Miami Dolphins. What they needed: Offensive line, defensive end, cornerback, safety Who they got: Round 1: Dion Jordan, DE, Oregon Round 2: Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State ...


Miami Dolphins keeping an eye on AFC East neighbors - South Florida
The AFC East now features two rookie quarterbacks that might become immediate starters for the Bills and Jets


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed - 4/28/13 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours.Today's articles include a look at the Dolphins 2013 draft class, was it right to go defensive in this draft, and and Jeff Ireland's reputation on the line.

Jeff Ireland's Post Draft Approval Ratings - The Phinsider

In a draft full of surprises, the Miami Dolphins made some interesting selections. Now that the dust has settled, what do YOU think of Jeff Ireland’s performance?

Dolphins Undrafted Free Agent List - The Phinsider

With the 2013 NFL Draft complete, attention immediately turned to the undrafted free agents. Free to sign with any of the NFL's teams, who would the Miami Dolphins land? Here's the list.

Dolphins Draft Picks: Welcome 9 new members of the Miami Dolphins - The Phinsider

The 2013 NFL Draft ended yesterday. Here's a look at the nine players selected.

NFL Draft Grades from Mel Kiper - The Phinsider

The 2013 NFL Draft is complete, and everyone is reacting to whatever their favorite team did. One of the first things that happens every year is the posting of draft grades. ESPN's Mel Kiper has his grades out to let us know how Miami did.

NFL Draft Winners and Losers from ESPN include Miami Dolphins - The Phinsider

ESPN's John Clayton posted his winners and losers from the 2013 NFL Draft. The Miami Dolphins are included on the list. But where?

Miami Dolphins Post-Draft Needs - The Phinsider

The 2013 NFL Draft is over, and the Miami Dolphins have added 9 draft picks, and, at last count, 15 undrafted free agents. But, that doesn't mean the team doesn't still have needs to fill. Here's a look at what the Dolphins need to do next.

Dolphins Draft means Jeff Ireland Deserves Some Credit - The Phinsider

Should you criticize Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland for moving up in the 2013 NFL Draft's first round for defensive end Dion Jordan? One Miami fan thinks not.

NFL Draft Grades: Phinsider Community Grades the Dolphins Draft - The Phinsider

The 2013 NFL Draft is over, and the Miami Dolphins came away with nine picks. How do you grade the selections?