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The Splash Zone 5/24/16: Adam Gase Earning Points With Players And Coaches

Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

The more I read about Adam Gase, the more excited I get. I keep hearing good things about him, but I know to control my expectations until I see the team in action. But that hasn't stopped his players and coaches from praising the youngest head coach in the NFL.

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

Adam Gase's youth, energy and enthusiasm scoring points with Dolphins players - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase, the NFL's youngest coach at 37 years old, has impressed his players with his youth, energy and football chops.

Dolphins Offense

Christensen Loves The Way Tannehill Works
The Dolphins quarterback has managed to impress Offensive Coordinator Clyde Christensen with the way he has gone about his business over the past month.

Dolphins Running Backs

Drake Gets His First Taste Of NFL Victory
Kenyan Drake won the Madden video game tournament at the NFLPA Rookie Premiere this weekend in Los Angeles, which earned him major respect in the Dolphins locker room.

Dolphins Secondary

Five Questions With Byron Maxwell
We play five questions with veteran cornerback Byron Maxwell.

Dolphins 2016 Offseason

NFL - Players with most to prove for all 32 teams - free agency, draft picks, pivotal season, Jimmy Graham, Eddie Lacy
Can Jimmy Graham rebound from his season-ending injury? Will Eddie Lacy return to his 2014 form? NFL Nation reporters select the player for each team facing a pivotal 2016 season.

Garfinkel Conducts Q&A With Dolphins Fan Sites
The Dolphins President/CEO touched on a variety of topics, including an update on the stadium renovation project, the upcoming Super Bowl vote and jersey projections for the 2016 season.

Former Dolphins

Browns release Brian Hartline | ProFootballTalk
Receiver Brian Hartline ended up performing considerably better than receiver Dwayne Bowe in their lone seasons with the Browns. But neither performed well enough to get a second season. Bowe was released earlier in the offseason.

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

Dolphins' DeVante Parker Set To Explode In 2016 - The Phinsider
Second Year Receiver Poised To Land Among League's Elite

The Journey of Freddie Frazier: How Hardship & Adversity Fuel One Man's NFL Dream - The Phinsider
Freddie Frazier continues to work towards his goal of reaching the NFL, using the challenges he has faced in life to fuel him. His drive is relentless, and he dreams of playing for the team he grew up idolizing: the Miami Dolphins.

Tom Garfinkel interview: Throwback jerseys returning, Super Bowl bid chances, and Stadium update - The Phinsider
We recently had a chance to find out the latest and greatest Miami Dolphins news from team president Tom Garfinkel. Working in conjunction with PhinManiacs and PhinPhanatic, we got a look at the...

2016 Dolphins depth chart: Breaking down Miami's roster VIII - Cornerbacks - The Phinsider
Part eight of our breakdown of the Miami Dolphins' roster and a projection of the depth chart for 2016.