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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 05/15/2015

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Jordan Phillips looks to quiet the questions about his work ethic. His former coach believes the criticism is overblown.

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Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey impressed with rookie WR DeVante Parker | The Daily Dolphin
Don't be shocked if Dolphins rookie receiver DeVante Parker isn't in the starting lineup for the preseason opener. But if he is a reserve, it probably won't last long.


James Walker's Updated AFC East Week 1 QB Rankings - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
Here's an updated list of AFC East quarterbacks with Tom Brady out if the picture. Quarterback rankings for Week 1:


Miami Dolphins' Show and Prove: Billy Turner
The Dolphins desperately need someone to step up at guard, and Billy Turner is an early favorite.

Dionte Savage Reunites With Familiar Face On Offense
As Dolphins guard Dionte Savage begins his quest to win a roster spot, he already has a close friend inside of the offensive meeting room.


Miami Dolphins rookie Jordan Phillips aims to quiet questions about his work ethic | FOX Sports
For new Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips, any draft profile or assessment of his performance on the field came with a caveat about his lack of motor and inner drive. Dolphins hope Phillips will bolster one of the few positions the team did not have a pressing need for. Perhaps his untapped potential is what intrigued them the most.

Stoops: Criticism of Jordan Phillips’ Work Ethic is ‘Overblown’ " CBS Miami
Was the pre-draft criticism of the work ethic of Dolphins rookie Jordan Phillips overblown? Let's ask Bob Stoops, his college coach at Oklahoma. "I think it's overblown," Stoops said on 560 WQAM's Joe Rose Show.


The forgotten Dolphins? A look at young players who got injured or overlooked in 2014 - Sun Sentinel
Here is a look at 10 of the Miami Dolphins’ young returning veterans whom the team either lost last season because of injuries, or looked to develop further in 2014. Most will find themselves battling newcomers for their old roles, if not a roster spot this summer. Here is a breakdown of what they could potentially contribute to the team in 2015. -- Omar Kelly


Ex-Dolphins assistant rips Ted Wells: "Not a good human being" | ProFootballTalk
The last time Ted Wells conducted an investigation for the NFL, it cost Jim Turner his job as the Dolphins' offensive line coach. Now Turner, who was fired because of Wells's findings in the Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin bullying case, is firing back at Wells.


Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots reacted to a Wells report quite differently | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Ted Wells issued an infamous report regarding the New England Patriots in 2015 and the reaction from that club and representatives of those affected by the report and the subsequent sanctions has been like that of a pugilist. The Patriots...


First round of cuts next week as South Florida hopes to end Super Bowl drought | Miami Herald Miami Herald
The Dolphins are about a quarter of the way through their $400 million overhaul to Sun Life Stadium, a renovation project paid for by private funds.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 05/13/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include a look at the Dolphins new receiver group, Bobby McCain not worried about his size, and Mike Hull has a fan in coach Mark Duffner.

PFF Top 101 Players of 2014: 2 Miami Dolphins in bottom half of countdown - The Phinsider
Pro Football Focus is releasing their list of the top 101 players from the 2014 NFL season. Two Miami Dolphins players made the bottom half of the list.

DeflateGate: Patriots respond to Wells report; Go ALL CAPS on it - The Phinsider
The New England Patriots have launched as an answer to the Ted Wells report into DeflateGate.