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The Splash Zone - 3/31/16: Ja'Wuan James Is Healthy Again

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Ja'Wuan James battled a toe injury that sidelined him from November to the end of the season. The injury sort of flew under the radar and was under-reported. James missed nine games and was replaced with Jason Fox, who just wasn't up to the task of protecting Ryan Tannehill. Fox was one of the Dolphins first cuts this offseason. The right side of the offensive line should improve with the return of James. The Dolphins just have to figure out what to do at the guard positions.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.

Offensive tackle Ja'Wuan James, battered in 2015, is healthy again | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Injuries cost teams games in the NFL and one of the Miami Dolphins' most underrated and, yes, under-reported injuries of 2015 definitely had that effect. Offensive right tackle Ja'Wuan James went down on October 29 with a toe injury that...

Dolphins Offense

Grading the Miami Dolphins' roster: Offense - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
The Dolphins are good but not great at many positions, and while some need attention in the draft, others show promise with the players already there.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

Perkins: Best way to make Tannehill better is adding a quality RB - Sun Sentinel
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Dolphins Wide Receivers

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: Griff Whalen
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Dolphins Defense

Grading the Miami Dolphins' roster: Defense and special teams - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Like most teams, the Dolphins gave their roster an overhaul this offseason. But how did they do? James Walker grades the defense and special teams.

Dolphins Secondary

Miami Dolphins biggest need in NFL draft is a cornerback | Miami Dolphins In Depth
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Dolphins Offseason

University of Miami’s Artie Burns, Deon Bush grab Miami Dolphins’ attention | Miami Herald
Mike Tannenbaum and several Dolphins coaches, including defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, came away from University of Miami's Pro Day impressed by Artie Burns and Deon Bush.

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