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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/22/15

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Dennis Hickey spoke at the Senior Bowl practice and had a few things to say.

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DENNIS HICKEY:

GM Dennis Hickey was disappointed with Dolphins' finish in 2014 - Sun Sentinel
MOBILE, ALA. - Miami Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey is pretty good at ducking a dodging hard-hitting questions, and a master at giving vague answers.

Hickey Evaluating Young Talent At Senior Bowl
General Manager encouraged by the progress of last year’s rookies.

DOLPHINS FRONT OFFICE:

Mike Tannenbaum begins work with Dolphins at Senior Bowl - Sun Sentinel
MOBILE, ALA. - Mike Tannenbaum is clearly the type of boss who shows up early for work.

DOLPHINS QUARTERBACKS:

Dolphins working on Tannehill contract extension | www.palmbeachpost.com
Miami Dolphins have until May 3 to give QB Ryan Tannehill a one-year extension that would bump his salary from $2.1M in 2015 to around $15M in 2016.

Dolphins ‘excited’ about Ryan Tannehill, likely to make contract commitment | The Miami Herald
Expect the Dolphins, at the very least, to pick up the fifth-year option on Ryan Tannehill’s rookie contract, a $15 million commitment to their young leader that will be guaranteed in the case of injury.

DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:

Dennis Hickey on Mike Wallace: We look at all things with all our players | ProFootballTalk
Dolphins General Manager Dennis Hickey was asked about a variety of players during a meeting with the media at the Senior Bowl practices on Wednesday, including quarterback Ryan Tannehill and wide receiver Mike Wallace.

Miami Dolphins noncommittal on Mike Wallace's future - NFL.com
Mike Wallace is the highest paid member of the Miami Dolphins. He might not be on the team much longer.

WR Phillip Dorsett: ‘It would be an honor’ to play for Dolphins - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
For Phillip Dorsett, the speedy wide receiver from the University of Miami and a Miami native,the Dolphis are his favorite NFL team.

DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:

Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert recovering quickly from major knee surgery | The Miami Herald
The Dolphins and their doctors are beyond encouraged, and pleasantly surprised, by how quickly left tackle Branden Albert has progressed from reconstructive knee surgery, a source has told the Miami Herald.

DOLPHINS LINEBACKERS:

2015 Positional Breakdown: Linebackers
Thrust into the lineup after injuries in the season opener, Jelani Jenkins became one of the Dolphins’ top defensive players throughout the season and remained a starter from the second game on.

NFL draft experts think Miami Dolphins will take linebacker. | www.mypalmbeachpost.com
Miami Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey and recently hired executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum in Mobile for Senior Bowl practices

Could Miami Dolphins be a fit for hometown LB Denzel Perryman? - ESPN
Could the Miami Dolphins be a fit for University of Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman?

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/21/15 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include players Dolphins could target in Senior Bowl, Stephen Ross impressed with Ryan Tannehill, and a look at the Dolphins tight ends.

Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The Phinsider
Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing.

Deflate-gate: NFL finds 11 of 12 Patriots football deflated - The Phinsider
ESPN is reporting that the NFL has found 11 of the 12 game balls for the New England Patriots were "under-inflated."

Ryan Tannehill a Pro Bowl QB? He should be - The Phinsider
Should Ryan Tannehill be a Pro Bowl quarterback? Probably, given Matthew Stafford and Andy Dalton are going.