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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 10/1/14

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins activated Reshad Jones from the suspension list.

Marc Serota

DOLPHINS QUARTERBACKS:

Ryan Tannehill hopes he put questions aside | ProFootballTalk
Ryan Tannehill put all the questions about his job security aside Sunday. At least until the next time they crop up. The Dolphins quarterback admitted a degree of relief with the performance he put up against a mess of a Raiders team, though that might not be a long-term indicator.

DOLPHINS RUNNING BACKS:

LaMichael James lands in Miami | ProFootballTalk
Running back LaMichael James appeared to be on his way out of San Francisco for much of the offseason, but the team wound up keeping him on their roster to start the regular season. It was a brief stay, however.

DOLPHINS SECONDARY:

Dolphins activate Reshad Jones : Fantasy News
The Dolphins activated starting safety Reshad Jones from the suspended list, and he practiced Tuesday, reports the Palm Beach Post. He served a four-game suspension for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.

DOLPHINS ROSTER:

Miami Dolphins expecting return of three key players after bye - ESPN
The Miami Dolphins (2-2) enter their bye week with a .500 record. There were some issues to start the season, but the Dolphins also did several things

DOLPHINS 2014 SEASON:

The Film Don't Lie: Dolphins - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
A weekly look at what the Miami Dolphins must fix: It is hard to criticize the Dolphins this week following a 38-14 blowout victory over the Oakland

Are the Dolphins the new favorite to win AFC East? - Sun Sentinel
The Dolphins (2-2) are in a three-way tie for the division lead, and the Patriots look vulnerable after four games.

Dolphins coaches talk Ryan Tannehill’s big game, Reshad Jones upcoming return | The Daily Dolphin
After a tense week when Dolphins coaches challenged their players publicly and privately -- and the players responded with a 38-14 win against Oakland -- Miami coaches met with the media today and broke down the big win and how they'll keep the momentum going heading in to the bye week.

AC In The AM: Quick Hits On The London Trip
As I replay the game, I keep seeing more great throws from Tannehill than even I remembered.

FORMER DOLPHINS:

Raiders make Tony Sparano interim coach | The Miami Herald
The Oakland Raiders promoted offensive line coach Tony Sparano to interim coach on Tuesday, a day after firing head coach Dennis Allen.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 9/30/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Koa Misi & Reshad Jones set to return, Ryan Tannehill has all the answers, and who's stock is rising or falling.

Future Tom Brady quotes - The Phinsider
We had some fun on Twitter last night with #FutureTomBradyQuotes.

Patriots and Dolphins comparison: Common games - The Phinsider
For most people, the New England Patriots are the favorites to win the AFC East. Let's compare the Miami Dolphins and the Patriots against common opponents one quarter into the year.

The Opposition's Depth Chart: Green Bay Packers - The Phinsider
Fresh after a four touchdown win against the Chicago Bears, the Packers will be riding on a high against the Dolphins, who trounced the Oakland Raiders in London. Lets see what the Dolphins are up against; it's the Packers depth chart.

FCC ends blackout rule, Will NFL follow? - The Phinsider
The FCC voted to end their 29-year-old sports blackout rule today. Will the NFL follow suit?

Dolphins make Tony Sparano a head coach for the second time - The Phinsider
The Oakland Raiders fired head coach Dennis Allen following their 38-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. The move will make former Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano the interim man in Oakland.