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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 10/16/2015

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including tight end Dion Sims has been given medical clearance from the NFL to return. Sims has missed the past month of the season after suffering a concussion.

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DAN CAMPBELL:

Prognosticators split on Dan Campbell winning Dolphins debut | www.mypalmbeachpost.com
ANDREW ABRAMSON/beat reporterWe’ve seen situations like this before: a team makes a drastic coaching change early in the season and the players respond with a resounding and emotional win.

DOLPHINS COACHING STAFF:

AC In The AM: The Courageous Story Of Danny Adams
This is a story of a young man who refuses to succumb to this terrible disease, a young man who still dreams of playing football someday and a coaching father who will do nothing to take away those dreams.

DOLPHINS OFFENSE:

Miami Dolphins OC Bill Lazor on Joe Philbin: 'I let him down' - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
Dolphins offensive coordinator Bill Lazor says that he let Joe Philbin down and wishes he had done some things better.

NOTEBOOK: Lazor Has Been Here Before; Other Notes
The Dolphins offensive coordinator was the quarterbacks coach with the Philadelphia Eagles just two seasons ago when they started the season 1-3 before finishing 10-6 and winning the NFC East title.

DOLPHINS QUARTERBACKS:

Greg Cote: Decline of Ryan Tannehill’s play underscores Miami Dolphins’ woes | Miami Herald
Salvaging this season doesn’t even begin with a jump-start for Ndamukong Suh, or with more Lamar Miller, or a healthy Branden Albert. Ryan Tannehill has to be better — a lot, not a little.

DOLPHINS TIGHT ENDS:

Dolphins TE Dion Sims gets medical clearance from NFL to return - Sun Sentinel
Dolphins tight end Dion Sims had been sidelined the past month after suffering concussion

DOLPHINS AT TITANS:

Matchups between 1-3 Dolphins, Titans more lopsided than expected | www.mypalmbeachpost.com
When Dolphins have the ball Miami passing (14th in NFL) vs.

Branden Albert, Brent Grimes expected back for Dolphins | ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins will break in a new head coach this weekend and it looks like they'll do it with their starting left tackle back in the lineup. Branden Albert missed the final two losses of the Joe Philbin era with a hamstring injury, but the extended time off provided by the bye week appears to ha...

DOLPHINS HEAD COACH SEARCH:

Some strongly believe Sean Payton will be in Miami next year | ProFootballTalk
Sean Payton is right; the annual reports that he's leaving New Orleans eventually will be right. In response to the latest round of reports that Payton may be leaving the Saints, Payton has said he wants to stay put in the place he has called home since 2006.

FORMER DOLPHINS:

Where Are They Now: Jim Langer
As part of Throwback Thursday, each week we update the current professional and personal status of a Dolphins alumnus. This week, we feature former Hall of Fame center Jim Langer.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 10/15/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include will there be more playing time for DeVante Parker? Players praising Dan Campbell and Olivier Vernons says he needs to play better.

Branden Albert injury recovery appears to have him available to play this week; Brent Grimes too - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins may have some big name players available this week when they face the Tennessee Titans.Duke's Game Picks: Week Six - The Phinsider

More game picks for an exciting week and a huge week for the Dolphins.

Dolphins question of the week: Can Ryan Tannehill audible? Maybe - The Phinsider
Throughout the week, the hot topic among the media has been whether or not Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill can audible. The answer seems to be....maybe?!?