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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 11/01/2015

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including despite the Dolphins blow out loss to the New England Patriots, Dan Campbell is still the man for the job.

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Despite loss, Dan Campbell still man for the Dolphins’ job |
Had Dan Campbell pulled off a small miracle and beaten the Patriots to go 3-0, there wouldn’t have been any bold predictions that he’d be going from interim coach of the Dolphins to coach of the Dolphins, period.


Dolphins glad assistant Saunders, 69, refuses to act his age |
Al Saunders entered the marathon on a whim, which alone gets this tale off to a start no tale should have. He not only survived, but ran fast enough to qualify for the Boston Marathon, which alone makes him the envy of thousands if not millions of runners who train for years and never pull that off.


Dan Campbell says DeVante Parker's foot "is fine" - Sun Sentinel
DeVante Parker's foot injury won't cause another setback


Dolphins put Cam Wake on injured reserve, sign backup OT Ulrick John - Sun Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins put DE Cam Wake (Achilles) on the injured reserve list and signed OT Ulrick John from Indianapolis' practice squad


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 10/31/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Cameron Wake lost for the season, Ja'Wuan James out for a few weeks with toe injury, and Dan Campbell wants lose to "eat away" at team.

J'aWuan James injury could lead to 4-6 week absence - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins tackle Ja'Wuan James could miss 4-6 weeks according to a report.

Dan Campbell: Loss of Cameron Wake is 'gonna hurt' - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins interim head coach Dan Campbell spoke with the media Friday. Here is the transcript of that press conference.

What NFL game will I get on TV in Week 8? - The Phinsider
The NFL's television schedule for Week 8.

Will Dolphins respond to adversity? - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins were dominated by the New England Patriots on Thursday Night Football. Will the team be able to bounce back after the loss?