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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 05/21/2015

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins made all the right moves this offseason and need to prove they are a top tier team in the NFL.

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Ryan Tannehill's next goal with Miami Dolphins? Win more games
With a big contract extension in place, the pressure is on Tannehill to lead the Dolphins to the playoffs.

Agent: Dolphins are "betting on the come" with Tannehill deal | ProFootballTalk
Last September, Dolphins coach Joe Philbin was unwilling to commit to Ryan Tannehill as the team's starting quarterback before a game in London against the Raiders.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is much wealthier, looking forward to big season in 2015 - Sun Sentinel
Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill, recently given a six-year, $96 million contract extension, said he think the Dolphins have what it takes to be "special" in 2015

Hyde5: What Tannehill needs to improve most (no, not long ball) - Sun Sentinel
(Programming note: I'll be introducing ESPN 's Chris Berman tonight at the Broward Center for Performing arts as part of the Broward College Speaker Series.  Here's more information and tickets)


Dolphins safety Louis Delmas is far ahead of his rehab schedule - Sun Sentinel
Louis Delmas has been cleared to do on-field work five months into rehabbing his surgically repaired right knee

Miami Dolphins rookie CB Bobby McCain confident height won't hold him back | FOX Sports
One by one, the Miami Dolphins were able to check off important roster needs with each pick in the NFL draft earlier this month.


Miami Dolphins making all the right moves in inspired offseason -
Miami just locked up Ryan Tannehill, but that's not the only inspired move the Dolphins have made this offseason. Jeff Darlington credits a man who has caught plenty of flak over the years: Stephen Ross.


Dolphins current and former players help coach Cooper City little league baseball - Sun Sentinel
Plantation resident Reshad Jones grew up playing baseball and recalls it being one of his favorite sports to play. Jones, who plays safety in the National Football League for the Miami Dolphins , has spent some his spring back on the baseball diamond as the assistant coach of the under-10 Orioles, a member of Cooper City Optimist Baseball. The opportunity to be back involved in the game and help kids has been a rewarding experience, according to Jones.

Rookies Participate In Special Olympics Event
More than eighty Special Olympics athletes in grades 6-12 played flag football games, ran through obstacle course stations and enjoyed lunch with the rookies.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 05/20/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include no more excuses for Ryan Tannehill, observations on the Tannehill extension, and where Tannehill's salary ranks among quarterbacks.

Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The Phinsider
Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing.

90-in-90 Breaking Down the Miami Dolphins Roster: Lamar Miller - The Phinsider
Breaking down the Miami Dolphins' 90-man roster over 90 days. Today, we look at running back Lamar Miller.

NFL Owners Vote To Move Extra Point Kicks Back To The 15 Yard Line For The 2015 Season - The Phinsider
NFL Owners Vote To Move Extra Point Kicks Back To The 15 Yard Line For The 2015 Season