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Dolphins 50th Season Depth Chart: Offense Review

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The Miami Dolphins are celebrating their 50th anniversary season this year. We take a look back at the last 50 years to build the all-time team depth chart.

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The Miami Dolphins will celebrate their 50th NFL season this year, spanning from 1966 to 2015. Thousands of players have hit the field for the team over that time, helping the team appear in five Super Bowls, winning two of them, including the only undefeated season in league history. Despite spending the last decade stuck in a purgatory of mediocrity, the Dolphins are still hold the fourth highest winning percentage in the NFL at .565, behind just the Dallas CowboysChicago Bears, and Green Bay Packers.

The team has eight Hall of Famer players, Nick Buoniconti, Larry Csonka, Bob Griese, Jim Langer, Larry Little, Dan Marino, Dwight Stephenson, and Paul Warfield, plus one Hall of Fame coach Don Shula. Another three Hall of Famers, Cris Carter, Junior Seau, and Thurman Thomas, all had brief stints in aqua on their way to Canton.

As we all look forward to better days for the Dolphins from this rut that has been the franchise since the turn of the century, we can also look back at one of the premier franchises of the NFL as they turn 50. We will do that over the next few days as we build the Miami Dolphins' 50th Season Depth Chart.

Dolphins 50th Anniversary Depth Chart
Quarterbacks Running Backs Tight Ends Offensive Line Wide Receiver

This morning, we take a look back at our completed offensive side of the ball. We currently have 28 players on the 53-man roster, leaving us 25 slots for the defense and special teams. Also, I do realize we have 12 starting positions on the offense based on having three wide receivers, a tight end, and a fullback all on the field - obviously, they would not all be on the field at the same time (since someone will try to point that out to me).

Receiver Receiver Left Tackle Left Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle Tight End Receiver
Mark Clayton Mark Duper Richmond Webb Bob Kuechenberg Dwight Stephenson Larry Little Jake Long Randy McMichael Paul Warfield
Nat Moore Chris Chambers Keith Jackson O.J. McDuffie
Bruce Hardy
Quarterback Jim Mandich
Dan Marino Offensive Line Reserves
Half Back Bob Griese Fullback Jim Langer
Ricky Williams Ryan Tannehill Larry Csonka Ed Newman
Jim Kiick Tim Ruddy
Mercury Morris Keith Sims
Ronnie Brown Jeff Dellenbach

Tomorrow, we will be back with our first defensive position, defensive end.