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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 6/24/14

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Mike Pouncey is out for three months and potentially more, due to hip surgery.

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Poll results: Ryan Tannehill face of the Miami franchise - ESPN
Earlier this week we posed an interesting question to Miami Dolphins fans: Who is currently the face of the franchise? The Dolphins haven’t mad


REPORTS: Knowshon Moreno To Have Surgery " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Earlier today, it was reported that Dolphins center Mike Pouncey underwent hip surgery. It turns out unfortunately, he isn’t the only one reportedly going under the knife after the team’s offseason program.


Dolphins center Mike Pouncey undergoes a hip surgery, could be out more than three months | The Daily Dolphin
Dolphins Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey has undergone hip surgery, a league source told the Palm Beach Post. ESPN reported that Pouncey could be out at least three months. It's a blow to the Dolphins after they spent the offseason trying to upgrade their offensive line.

Shelley Smith finds role on rebuilt Dolphins' offensive line - Sun Sentinel
A familiar offensive line coach and the zone-blocking scheme helped Miami Dolphins guard Shelley Smith become a full-time starter for the first time in his career.

Is Dallas Thomas a 2014 sleeper? - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
One of the pleasant surprises of the Miami Dolphins' offseason has been second-year guard Dallas Thomas. He played just four snaps during a virtually

Dolphins Q&A: Dallas Thomas - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
DAVIE, Fla. -- Miami Dolphins second-year guard Dallas Thomas has been one of the most improved players this year during the offseason program. Thomas

Dolphins’ offensive line now calls itself a close, good group of guys | ProFootballTalk
There's no better sign that the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin era in Miami is over than this: The Dolphins' offensive linemen view themselves as a close bunch.


Andy Cohen: 2013 Draft Class Clearly Stepping Up " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Of all the things I noticed during the Dolphins three-day minicamp that concluded last Thursday, perhaps what stood out most were a group of young players entering their second season. They are the Draft Class of 2013. And now, after many of them struggled to produce as rookies, it’s almost as if a massive light switch has been turned on.


What we learned from Dolphins minicamp - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
DAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins officially put a bow on their 2014 offseason last week following the conclusion of mandatory minicamp. Miami had thr


Griese Breaks Down Tannehill’s Development " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Pro Football Hall of Famer and Dolphins legend Bob Griese remembers what its like to go through growing pains on your way to the top. For the first three seasons of Griese’s legendary 14 year career with the Dolphins, the team struggled mightily, and didn’t make the playoffs. But then the rest is history, as the Dolphins would win two Super Bowls in the next four years, and record the greatest season in NFL history by going undefeated in 1972. Griese hopes that eventually current Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill can follow his career path, but maybe just accelerate his growth a year earlier than he succeeded in doing back in the 1970s.

Miami Dolphins alumni taking current crop of players to school - Miami Dolphins -
The most distinguished former Dolphins, such as Jason Taylor, Mark Duper and Nat Moore, have been asked to help develop the active players.


Dan Marino top AFC player of the 1980s - The Phinsider recently posted a countdown of the top players of the 1980s - with the Miami Dolphins' Dan Marino landing near the top of the list.

Jarvis Landry looking to establish his role with Dolphins - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins have a deep wide receiver group this offseason, with players like Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, and Brandon Gibson entrenched in the lineup. How can a second-round rookie fit into the team? Jarvis Landry is working on it.

Did the Miami Dolphins Do Enough to Repair their Offensive Line? - The Phinsider
After the 2013 Dolphins were kept out of postseason play due to horrific offensive line play, did the Dolphins do enough in the offseason to ensure that history would not repeat itself in the promising year of 2014?