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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 08/28/2015

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Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Dallas Thomas may end up starting at left tackle on Saturday against the Atlanta Falcons.

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DOLPHINS OFFENSE:

Miami Dolphins working to improve time efficiency on offense | Miami Herald
The Dolphins hope to use the play clock more wisely this season, but not to the detriment of a specific strategy or the players’ conditioning.

DOLPHINS WIDE RECEIVERS:

DeVante Parker expected to start practicing next week | ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins activated wide receiver DeVante Parker from the physically unable to perform list a week ago, which meant the first-round pick became eligible to begin practicing with the team for the first time since offseason foot surgery. Parker hasn't actually started practicing, though.

Dogs’ best friend in summer: Jarvis Landry speaking out on their behalf | The Daily Dolphin
Wednesday was National Dog Day, an opportune time to catch up with receiver Jarvis Landry, who has a public service announcement out on behalf of PETA, imploring dog owners to do the right thing and protect their four-legged friends from the summer heat.

DOLPHINS OFFENSIVE LINE:

Miami Dolphins’ Dallas Thomas might start at LT, DeVante Parker update | The Daily Dolphin
Assuming Jason Fox doesn't play in Saturday's preseason dress rehearsal game against Atlanta because of a concussion, there's a very real possibility that Dallas Thomas starts at left tackle.

Dolphins Looking For Right Option At Left Tackle
With Branden Albert still working his way back and Jason Fox missing practice all week, the Dolphins are working on contingency plans for who will start at left tackle on Saturday night.

Albert’s Worthy Water Cause
The project is called "Waterboys" and is the cornerstone initiative of The Chris Long Foundation.

Turner Looking To Capitalize On His Opportunity
The second-year guard has gone above and beyond to give himself the best chance of capitalizing on his opportunity.

DOLPHINS DEFENSIVE LINE:

Ndamukong Suh of Miami Dolphins confident - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPN
Ndamukong Suh is expecting big things from the Dolphins' defense this year, and coordinator Kevin Coyle likes what he hears.

DOLPHINS TRAINING CAMP:

NOTEBOOK: Rishard Getting Rave Reviews; Other Notes
Matthews’ strong performance is getting noticed by the coaching staff. Also, Dolphins keep an eye on the weather, Misi looking forward to return and other notes.

SUN LIFE STADIUM:

AC In The AM: A Sneak Peak At The Dolphins New Home
It’s hard to imagine any of them being any nicer, any more contemporary, any more comfortable, than what this stadium will be when construction is complete prior to the 2016 season.

DOLPHINS 2015 SEASON:

Greg Cote: Miami Dolphins could have much to celebrate this season | Miami Herald
The Dolphins are going to be good this season. They might even be really good. After years in football rags, off the NFL’s main stage, Miami could be headed for a top-hat-and-tails kind of season.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 08/27/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Ndamukong Suh believes Dolphins could have best defense in NFL, Ryan Tannehill to play Saturday, and Branden Albert's status unclear.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill finding comfort in offense - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins are looking to make the playoffs this year, which would mark their first trip to the postseason since 2008. A lot of where this teams ends up rests solely on quarterback Ryan Tannehill's shoulders.

Fantasy Football 2015 breakout candidate: Lamar Miller - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins running back Lamar Miller is looking to build on his 1,000 yard performance from last year, which could be the breakout performance you fantasy football team needs.