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The Splash Zone 6/15/17: Ndamukong Suh Aiming For The Hall of Fame

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Like many other players, Ndamukong Suh has his eyes set on Canton, Ohio. The defensive tackle still has a ton of work ahead of him though, but he realizes that it is going to take hard work to make it to the Hall of Fame. Suh trails Warren Sapp, who is in the Hall of Fame, by 200 tackles. Suh has a ton of work to do to catch up, or even get close to those Sapp numbers.

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

Dolphins Suh: I'm built for the pounding of the NFL | Miami Herald
No surprise here: Ndamukong Suh wants his football story to end in the Hall of Fame. At age 30, he’s not close to thinking about retirement, but is ready to discuss his legacy.

Adam Gase

What Adam Gase said Wednesday after Miami Dolphins practice | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Here is some of what Dolphins coach Adam Gase said after practice: • DeVante Parker was given a really good plan by wide receivers coach Shawn Jefferson in the offseason. A lot of people have helped point Parker in the right direction. Parker has stuck with the plan.

Dolphins Running Backs

Adam Gase on Jay Ajayi: He wants to be counted on in every situation | ProFootballTalk
Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen has talked about the improvement he's seen from running back Jay Ajayi on the field on more than one occasion this offseason. Head coach Adam Gase has also noticed a difference in Ajayi when it comes to his mental approach to the game.

Dolphins Wide Receivers

Former Arkansas WR Drew Morgan has floored Dolphins beat reporters in effort to make roster
Former Arkansas WR Drew Morgan is working hard to make the Miami Dolphins' roster, flashing the abilities that made him a reliable weapon in Fayetteville.

Dolphins' Parker ready to put it all together; Dolphins notes | Miami Herald
Some Dolphins notes from the first of a three day mandatory minicamp:

Dolphins Defensive Line

Adam Gase: ‘I made a mistake’ not playing Cam Wake more early in ’16 | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Before Cameron Wake starting running around offensive tackles and overpowering running backs and torpedoing himself through quarterbacks last season, he was, well, on the bench a lot.

Dolphins Offseason

Miami Dolphins buzz on receivers, news from Wednesday's practice | Miami Herald
Adam Gase explained who has helped with DeVante Parker’s evolution.

Miami Dolphins minicamp: Wednesday practice report | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE--The Dolphins are in their final days of offseason work before an extended break, and most of the team was on the field for today's minicamp practice. Most notably, left tackle Laremy Tunsil was back after missing about a week with a right leg injury.

Phinsider News You May Have Missed

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Ryan Tannehill to ‘rip it’ more this year as offense looks to add tempo back into game - The Phinsider
The Dolphins slowed down some last year as Tannehill and the offense thought through the plays. They are looking to stop that this year.