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The Splash Zone 6/5/17: Matt Burke Earns Praise From Players

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First year defensive coordinator, Matt Burke is already earning praise from his defensive players. All of his players view him as a very intelligent coach using words such as “cerebral”. Burke joined the team last year and was the heir for the defensive coordinator position after Vance Joseph left for Denver.

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

Miami Dolphins: Matt Burke is calculated, cerebral, very, very smart | The Daily Dolphin
In listening to his players, it makes perfect sense first-year Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Matt Burke attended Dartmouth College and coached at Boston College and Harvard.


Dolphins Running Backs

Dolphins rookie gets call from Ross | Miami Herald
Ross “has been waiting for a Michigan guy” on his team.


Dolphins Secondary

Dolphins' secondary believes it's heading in the right direction - Sun Sentinel
The Miami Dolphins' secondary is looking to go from being respectable last season to being a play-making group, and they think they're on their way.


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