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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 09/18/2015

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including

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Ryan Tannehill's opener was a clunker despite final stats, win |
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill has two challenges this week against Jacksonville.


Matthews Happy To Be Contributing
The wide receiver had a solid opening-day performance, tying for second on the team with four receptions.


NOTEBOOK: Perseverance Paying Off For Stoneburner; Other Notes
Stoneburner was promoted off the practice squad Monday, the day after fellow tight end Dion Sims sustained a concussion in the season opener at Washington.


Mike Pouncey tired of Dolphins being ‘average,’ backs Philbin | The Daily Dolphin
With all the issues in the opener at Washington, one problem that hasn’t quite gotten so much attention was Miami’s inability to establish any kind of running attack. It went hand-in-hand with the inconsistent effort by the offense in general.

Miami Dolphins pleased with Branden Albert’s first game back after knee surgery | Miami Herald
Quietly, Branden Albert is making progress. The best example: On Thursday, he no longer felt like a semi flattened him.


Ndamukong Suh's reputation has followed him to Miami, but Dolphins teammates come to his defense - Sun Sentinel
Ndamukong Suh, the Miami Dolphins' fire-breathing Pro Bowl defensive tackle, is a lightning rod even when he's deemed to have done nothing wrong.

Miami Dolphins' Ndamukong Suh calls play 'poor' in season opener | FOX Sports
It's amazing the Miami Dolphins won last week at Washington, given the initial return on a $210 million offseason investment in their two biggest stars: Ndamukong Suh and Ryan Tannehill.


Report: Dolphins' Jones likely out Sunday, hamstring is 'tricky' | FOX Sports
Report: Dolphins' Jones likely out Sunday, hamstring is 'tricky'

With Reshad Jones’ status uncertain, all eyes are on Dolphins safety Michael Thomas | Miami Herald
Whatever treatment Reshad Jones got late Wednesday, it appears to have worked. A day after the organization had strong doubts about Jones’ availability for Sunday’s game in Jacksonville, Jones dressed and practiced on a limited basis Thursday.

Miami Dolphins' young safeties ready to go if Reshad Jones can't play - AFC East - ESPN
Miami safety Michael Thomas subbed for Reshad Jones late in the Week 1 win against the Redskins, and might be needed for a full game Sunday.

AC In The AM: Brice McCain Has Got You Covered
McCain is a short guy who plays big, who thinks big and who has shown a penchant for coming up with the biggest of plays.


Who has the edge? Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars - Sun Sentinel
The Dolphins look to extend their win streak in Jacksonville to four games, dating back to Jan. 15, 2000, Dan Marino and Jimmy Johnson's final game.


Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 09/17/2015 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Raheem Mostert to handle return duties, Jarvis Landry receives weekly honor, and three Dolphin starters nursing injuries.

Dolphins at Jagaurs injury report and updates - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins and Jacksonville Jaguars released their first injury report of the week last night, ahead of their Week 2 contest. We look at the updates.,

Duke's Game Picks: Week Two - The Phinsider
After a 10-6 week picking games, I try for a better record in week two.

Do Dolphins need to get DeVante Parker more involved against Jagaurs? - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins rookie wide receiver DeVante Parker played one snap against the Washington Redskins last Sunday. Does that need to change this week against the Jacksonille Jaguars?