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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/4/15

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins have to find a position for Dion Jordan.

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DOLPHINS OFFENSE:

A look at where Dolphins stand offensively and potential solutions; Canes recruiting news; Heat | Sports Buzz
Dolphins and Canes recruiting talk: ### This is a change: Thanks largely to Ryan Tannehill’s development, the Dolphins enter an offseason with more pressing needs on defense than offense. But Miami must address guard, and other decisions loom on Tannehill’s side of the ball. We addressed how Miami can fill...

DOLPHINS RUNNING BACKS:

Free agent running backs the Dolphins could target | The Daily Dolphin
Lamar Miller had a breakout 2014 season, ranking 10th in the NFL with 1,099 rushing yards -- his 5.1 yards per carry were second in the NFL among running backs. But the Dolphins have always been concerned about giving Miller too much of a workload.

DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:

Finding a position for Dion Jordan key for Miami Dolphins | The Miami Herald
The Dolphins need to decide if Dion Jordan, the No. 3 pick in the 2013 draft, is a linebacker or a defensive end and get him on the field more in 2015.

Bokamper Sees Jordan Giving Defense Flexibility " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
When the Dolphins traded up in 2013 to the third overall pick in the draft to select Dion Jordan, they got a player possessing a rare combination of size and speed. Standing 6’6″ and now weighing in at 275 pounds, Jordan, currently playing at the defensive end position, has shown flashes of versatility in certain situations as a stand-up linebacker. It’s led to a question of what position Jordan would be more suited for as a pro, but a former Dolphins player believes that it’s not as clear cut as one spot or the other.

DOLPHINS 2014 SEASON:

Hyde: 11 plays that defined the Dolphins season - Sun Sentinel
It wasn't all good. It wasn't all bad. In fact, the Dolphins season again was a Seinfeld episode. As Kramer once said to Seinfeld, "You know who you are? You're Even Steven."

DOLPHINS ROSTER:

Injuries to Branden Albert, Knowshon Moreno crush Dolphins' 2014 Free Agent Class, and season - Sun Sentinel
If Dolphins LT Branden Albert and RB Knowshon Moreno stayed healthy, the team had a good shot at making the playoffs

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 1/3/15 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include reviewing the Dolphins 2014 rookie class, observations from Ryan Tannehill's year, and two Dolphins named second-team All Pro.