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The Splash Zone 8/30/17: Jarvis Landry Addresses Trade Rumors

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Jarvis Landry was OK with the trade rumors going around and after having a talk with Adam Gase, the wide receiver said it cleared his head. Gase had to tell Landry that there was no way they planned on trading him. Landry is entering the last year of his rookie deal and has set a September 10 deadline for a new deal to be done. After that, he’s not talking about a contract till the offseason.

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

Landry OK with 'false' trade rumors, but holding to Sept. 10 contract deadline | Miami Herald
Jarvis Landry’s antennae were up when a report surfaced that the Dolphins were trying to deal with him. But Adam Gase calmed his fears.


Dolphins Quarterbacks

Jay Cutler having more fun after restarting career with Miami Dolphins | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE—It’s understandable that Jay Cutler didn’t enjoy his last two seasons with the Bears, especially after getting hurt last year, losing his job and being released. He’s rediscovered joy in his work, though, since coming out of retirement to play for the Miami Dolphins.

Dolphins' Cutler exciting everyone with deep throws | Miami Herald
Jay Cutler continues to create magic on vertical throws, especially with DeVante Parker.

The Miami Dolphins’ plan at QB heading into final preseason game and roster cuts | Miami Herald
*Second of a series


Dolphins Running Backs

The Miami Dolphins’ plans at running back heading into final preseason game and roster cuts | Miami Herald
*First of a series


Dolphins Defensive Line

Miami Dolphins DT Jordan Phillips back in mix for starting job | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE—After recently floundering behind a fifth-round pick on the Dolphins’ depth chart, defensive tackle Jordan Phillips has reemerged as a starting candidate over the past week.

Davon Godchaux on track to become Miami Dolphins' only rookie starter
Hard work and physical play have rookie defensive end Davon Godchaux surpassing expectations and in line to start alongside Ndamukong Suh.


Dolphins Preseason

Hyde5: Five winners — and five disappointments — of Dolphins' summer - Sun Sentinel
Godchaux, Davis, Verner head list of good surprises out of preseason


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Ndamukong Suh takes on special teams role as kicker - The Phinsider
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