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

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including in his second season, Jarvis Landry is on pace for 100 receptions.

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DOLPHINS RUNNING BACKS:

Miami Dolphins release RB Jonas Gray after Jay Ajayi’s strong debut | The Daily Dolphin
The Dolphins saw what they have in Jay Ajayi and they're satisfied. Miami on Tuesday released running back Jonas Gray and re-signed center Sam Brenner. Gray was expendable after Ajayi's strong debut in Sunday's 33-17 loss to Buffalo.

DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:

Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry on pace for 100-catch season - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
Jarvis Landy would break the team record for receptions in a season on his current pace; the defense has struggled, particularly against the run.

Landry Again Shows His Versatility
Wide receiver is the first player in team history with at least one rushing attempt, one reception, one completion, one punt return, one kickoff return and one two-point conversion in the same season.

DOLPHINS TIGHT ENDS:

Miami Dolphins tight end Jordan Cameron wants bigger role, but won't demand it | Miami Herald
A squeaky wheel, Jordan Cameron is not.

DOLPHINS 2015 SEASON:

History doesn't favor Dolphins' chances of making playoffs - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
According to ESPN Stats & Information, only 7 percent of teams that started 3-5 since 1990 have made the playoffs.

Dolphins drop three spots in ESPN's NFL Power Rankings - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
The Miami Dolphins checked in at No. 20 on Tuesday in the Power Rankings, which is three spots lower than the previous week.

Miami Dolphins fans ache over another season headed in wrong direction | Miami Dolphins In Depth
It is only a game, right? So if the Miami Dolphins lose on Sunday, life goes on, no harm, no foul. The only people really, truly affected are the people directly involved with the team, right? No. Sports, like it...

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Dolphins At Midseason
We take a statistical look back at the highlights of the first half of the season.

Dolphins' midseason report card - Sun Sentinel

Position-by-position grades for the Dolphins offense and defense through eight games.

AC In The AM: Still Time To Turn This Season Around
After the poor showings of the past two games, it’s so easy to forget about the way the Dolphins dominated both the Titans and Texans.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 11/10/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Dan Campbell not giving up on the season, run defense a major issue, and Ndamukong Suh's outburst against the Buffalo Bills.

Dolphins cut Jonas Gray; Re-sign Sam Brenner - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins made a roster move this morning, releasing running back Jonas Gray and signing center Sam Brenner.

NFL Playoff Picture: AFC standings following Week 9 - The Phinsider
We take a look at the AFC playoff picture following Week 9 of the regular season.

NFL Draft order 2016: Dolphins creeping into a top ten pick for 2016 after Week 9 - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins may be in the playoff chase, but they are also working their way to a top ten pick in next year's draft. What a strange year.

NFL Power Rankings Week 10: Dolphins tumbling toward the bottom - The Phinsider
Our weekly look around the internet at the power rankings for the Miami Dolphins finds exactly what you would expect: Miami continuing to fall toward the bottom.

Andrew Luck injury to kidney, abdomen could lead to 6 missed weeks; Could return for Dolphins game - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins face the Indianapolis Colts in seven weeks. The Colts may be without their star quarterback until that game.

Looking beyond the win/loss record of interim head coach Dan Campbell - The Phinsider
Taking a realistic look at the remainder of the Miami Dolphins' season, it is not crazy to think that they will end up with a losing record. Many will look at that as a reflection of interim head coach Dan Campbell. However, is that really fair?