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  • Re: Chicago win anyone?
    Quote from: RTW on October 22, 2014, 12:09:44 AM It's hard to positive here due to the Trolls who lurk awaiting any non-damning comment to take out of context.  You can pick your battles with reasonable adults but with others avoida...
  • Re: Thanks Coach Philbin, it was nice knowing you
    Quote from: Dphins4me on October 21, 2014, 12:36:48 PM   Was not asking. My original comment was not addressed to you. You can see why I thought you did. When you quote me and ask a question pertaining to what I said, I ca...
  • Re: Chicago win anyone?
    Quote from: Frosty on October 22, 2014, 08:08:37 AM I noticed this as well. Perhaps their coaching staff just simply out-coached itself. If teams start daring Tannehill to burn them deep, this offense will stall, hard. Not...
  • Re: Chicago win anyone?
    Quote from: Rich on October 22, 2014, 07:28:12 AM If I were the opposing team, I would have my corners in bump and run and 8 in the box against this offense until they prove they can take the top off my defense. I noticed t...
  • Re: Chicago win anyone?
    Quote from: Frosty on October 22, 2014, 08:04:46 AM Can we not be cute and just use my name, please?  Your name was used... he just added an unnecessary "s" at the end.

From MiamiHerald.com: Football:

Ryan Tannehill has been married for more than two years. His NFL honeymoon probably ended sometime this week.

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NFL star Ray Rice punches his then-fiancée in the face in a hotel elevator, her head bangs into a railing as she falls, and he drags out her unconscious body as the doors slide open.

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Line: ATL by 61/2.

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Lamar Miller and Damien Williams will be expected to pick up the slack with starter Knowshon Moreno out with an elbow injury.

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A familiar — and welcome — face was back in the huddle Tuesday.

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The NFL has hired a former White House official to help the league with legislative initiatives and work with teams on local and state issues.

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Philadelphia made all the right calls Monday night.

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The Dolphins know their offensive issues rest with the offensive line and Ryan Tannehill’s inaccuracy. Meanwhile, Miami re-signed Daniel Thomas on Monday.

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A reporter at Joe Philbin’s post-mortem at Dolphins camp Monday asked him if he had a birthday message for Dan Marino, who was turning 53.

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The Dolphins said Monday they have not been told whether Dion Jordan and Reshad Jones would have their suspensions immediately lifted when the league announces a new drug policy and, consequently, are not incorporating them into this week’s game plan against Kansas City.

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