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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 04/26/2015

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including should the Dolphins roll the dice on running back, Todd Gurley?

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DOLPHINS FRONT OFFICE:

Tannenbaum: 'Fins GM has final say over draft, roster - NFL.com
Dolphins executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum emphasized Friday that general manager Dennis Hickey holds the final say over Miami's draft and 53-man roster.

DOLPHINS RUNNING BACKS:

Would Miami Dolphins roll the dice with Todd Gurley?
The Miami Dolphins had high praise for running back Todd Gurley, who is expected to be a first-round draft pick, during a news conference Friday.

Running back Todd Gurley: Damaged goods or just plain good? | Miami Herald Miami Herald
In spite of his ACL injury, Todd Gurley could end the Miami Dolphins’ run of bad luck with RBs in the first round of the NFL Draft.

DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:

Landry Earning High Praise After Rookie Year " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins
Perhaps the most buzzed about position in the entire 2015 NFL draft is the wide receiver. The class holds the potential to follow in the footsteps of 2014’s group of soon-to-be NFL stars. Players like Kevin White, Amari Cooper, and DeVante Parker all look to be top 15 talents come April 30, and may even be targets for the Miami Dolphins come Day 1 of the draft.

Miami Dolphins' WR first-round picks had mixed results over years | FOX Sports
Jameson Olive takes a look at wide receivers the Miami Dolphins have selected with their first-round pick over the years.

DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:

Armando Salguero: Dion Jordan further tarnishes image by skipping Miami Dolphins’ voluntary program | Miami Herald Miami Herald
Dion Jordan was and remains the most notable and curious absence from the Dolphins’ offseason conditioning program. He is that because he has proven nothing his first two years with the team, and a young player with that inauspicious track record should have raced to the voluntary program rather than stay away.

DOLPHINS 2015 DRAFT:

Greg Cote: Miami Dolphins’ No. 14 pick in NFL Draft has plenty of intrigue | Miami Herald Miami Herald
The NFL Draft commencing with the first round Thursday is supposed to be below average in overall talent relative to most years, although you wouldn’t know it by the gushing excess of televised buildup. As an example, the glorified crap shoot’s two most-talked-about players, quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota, are hounded by questions more than hailed as certain franchise makers.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 04/25/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Dolphins mum on Dion Jordan, Jalen Collins on Dolphins radar, and Dan Marino wouldn't trade his Hall of Fame jacket for a Super Bowl.

The Curious Case of Dion Jordan: Could Miami be souring on defensive end? - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins defensive end Dion Jordan skipped the beginning of the team's voluntary workout program. Team executives were asked about it this week, and they did not exactly stand behind their player.