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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 will the Dolphins be able to win with five new offensive line starters?

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Joe Philbin’s son accused of leaving scene of crash | ProFootballTalk
It's been a rough week for Dolphins coach Joe Philbin. In addition to the news that Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey has had and free-agent arrival Knowshon Moreno needs surgery, word has emerged that Philbin's son, Matthew, is accused of causing an automobile accident that resulted in injury and lea...


Miami Dolphins rookie wide receiver Jarvis Landry has a plan - ESPN
DAVIE, Fla. -- In the midst of the doom and gloom surrounding Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey's hip injury that will sideline him for 3-4 months, there w


This "Gator" Has A Fearsome Bite
Hoskins showed a knack at Marshall for chewing up opposing defenses in consistently finding the end zone.


Mike Pouncey injury: Can Dolphins win with five new OL starters? It’s happened in the NFL before | The Daily Dolphin
If Dolphins center Mike Pouncey misses a majority of Miami's games after undergoing hip surgery, the Dolphins could end up in some rare company. An analysis by the Palm Beach Post found that since 2000, only three NFL teams have had a starting lineup that for the majority of the season featured ...

More offensive line shuffling for Dolphins with Pouncey surgery | ProFootballTalk
If there's a silver lining to the dark cloud that settled over the Dolphins yesterday, it's that they were already adjusting to a brand new offensive line. So while the loss of Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey for at least three months and likely longer is a blow, it's at least not the first one.

Mike Pouncey of Miami Dolphins undergoes hip surgery - ESPN
Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey of the Miami Dolphins underwent hip surgery Monday and is expected to miss at least three months, sources familiar with the injury said.


Marino Ranked As Top Rookie Quarterback Of All-Time " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Arguably the most dominant and complete passer of all-time, Marino was ranked as the best player in the AFC during the 1980s by, and fourth-best overall player in that decade. But with all the accolades and records that "Dan The Man" has racked up and accomplished over his 17 year career, it all started with a blistering rookie campaign that signaled a new era in Miami. In fact, it may have just been the best rookie season ever by a quarterback according to

30 years ago today: Dolphins running back David Overstreet killed in horrific car explosion | The Daily Dolphin
Take a quick glance at former Dolphins running back David Overstreet's NFL statistics and it wasn't a memorable stint. He appeared in just 14 games -- all in the 1983 season -- running for 392 yards and a touchdown.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 6/24/14 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Knowshon Moreno to have surgery, former Dolphins helping to coach team, and Mike Pouncey is out for 3 months due to hip surgery.'s Fantasy Football trends feature two Dolphins - The Phinsider recently released a list of fantasy football players trending right now. That's not to say the are trending up, but simply that they are trending. Two Miami Dolphins, Mike Wallace and Knowshon Moreno, made the list.

Mike Pouncey Injury Spells Trouble for the Miami Dolphins - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins were set to enter the 2014 season with a questionable offensive line without a lot of depth. Then, the unthinkable happened. Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey received hip surgery, sidelining him for three months. Pouncey is a key start

How Dolphins structure contracts from former sports agent - The Phinsider
A former sports agent breaks down how NFL teams structure their contracts, taking a look at the different methods and specifying which team uses which method.

Dolphins Spotlight: who will fill the void at center? - The Phinsider
Yesterday the Dolphins were dealt a blow with the news that Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey will face up to three months on the sidelines, following surgery to repair a torn labrum. But how will the Dolphins fill the void?