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The Splash Zone 3/3/17: Dolphins Uncertain On Isa Abdul-Quddus Health For 2017

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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 Dolphins may be looking for safety help this offseason as the Dolphins are a little uncertain with Isa Abdul-Quddus health. It was reported yesterday that the safety may not be able to play in 2017 after suffering a neck injury in December. The injury was described as a stretched-nerve but he has been experiencing swelling in the neck which will cause concern for his play in 2017 or his playing career. It would be a big blow to a player who was really starting to show up on defense.

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

Miami Dolphins uncertain if safety Abdul-Quddus can play in 2017 | Miami Herald
The Dolphins are making plans to cover themselves if Abdul-Quddus is unable to return from a serious injury.

Dolphins Quarterbacks

The reasons Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill might be better in 2017 after his major injuries last season | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins expect quarterback Ryan Tannehill will be a better version of his old self in 2017 even after he sustained two significant knee injuries that knocked him out of the lineup in 2016.

Dolphins Wide Receivers

NFL Free Agents: Kenny Stills, Miami Dolphins continue to talk deal | The Daily Dolphin
INDIANAPOLIS — Miami Dolphins general manager Chris Grier said Thursday that the team's negotiating with pending free agent wide receiver Kenny Stills is ongoing. "He earned the right to be a free agent," Grier said at the NFL Scouting Combine. "Kenny is a very important part for us.

Could $8 million a season keep Kenny Stills with Miami Dolphins? | The Daily Dolphin
INDIANAPOLIS — It has seemed a forgone conclusion for some time now that Kenny Stills is going to reach the open market, that his contractual demands will be too much for the Miami Dolphins to realistically consider.

Dolphins Offensive Line

Dolphins saw Laremy Tunsil overtaking Branden Albert at left tackle | The Daily Dolphin
INDIANAPOLIS--The Dolphins are grateful for what they got out of left tackle Branden Albert, but couldn't wait any longer to move second-year player Laremy Tunsil into his spot. Miami has a deal in place to send Albert to the Jaguars next week and will shift Tunsil from left guard to tackle.

Dolphins Defensive Line

Here’s how the Dolphins plan to use Cameron Wake in 2017 | Miami Herald
Cameron Wake in 2016 proved that age truly is just a number. He had one of the best seasons of his career at 34. Here’s how the Dolphins plan to maximize Wake’s snaps at 35.

Dolphins Linebackers

Miami Dolphins, Kiko Alonso to work on extension | The Daily Dolphin
INDIANAPOLIS — The Miami Dolphins are ready to work with linebacker Kiko Alonso on a long-term contract, according to general manager Chris Grier. There are many reasons Miami wants to lock up Alonso. He's fast. He's aggressive. He's instinctive.

Why is Koa Misi still on the Miami Dolphins? (Asking for a friend) | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins have conducted a salary cap purge to increase their ability to chase free agents in the open market but linebacker Koa Misi, often injured and a prime candidate for being whacked, survived the slashing. Why?

Dolphins Secondary

Miami Dolphins optimistic about Reshad Jones contract extension | The Daily Dolphin
INDIANAPOLIS--The Dolphins have two key players under consideration for contract extensions this offseason, and general manager Chris Grier is optimistic they'll get a deal done smoothly with safety Reshad Jones.

Dolphins should avoid chasing top cornerbacks in free agency - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Answering reader questions about if the Dolphins should pursue A.J. Bouye and how the team could replace Kenny Stills if he leaves.

Dolphins Offseason

Mike Tannenbaum on Dolphins offseason: 'We have a lot of work to do' - Sun Sentinel
Dolphins vice president Mike Tannenbaum has $41 million in cap space to spend to improve the roster

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