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I started off as a Bears fan but living in Miami for nearly 30 years, its kinda hard not to cheer for the home team. I just recently moved up to Orlando but follow the team as if I hadn't left.

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Miami Dolphins Acquire Brandon Marshall from the Denver Broncos posted on 04/14/2010
About time! Finally the Miami Dolphins have a legitimate number one receiver in the recently acquired Brandon Marshall. The Denver Broncos traded the talented but troubled Marshall for Miami’s second round draft pick in this year and next year’s draft.

Chad Henne (or Chad Pennington) will now have an explosive passing game with the addition of Marshall. The 6 foot 4 229lbs receiver will provide the need element that Miami has desperately needed for several years.

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Pittsburg Steelers Santonio Holmes Traded to New York Jets posted on 04/12/2010
2009 Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes was traded to the New York Jets for a fifth round pick in this year’s draft. Holmes spent his first four years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and had one year left in his contract.

Holmes, who will be suspend for the first four games of the season due to a league violation, will provide another weapon for the Jets QB Mark Sanchez along with last years trade acquisition Braylon Edwards.

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2010 NFL Draft Linebacker Options for Miami Dolphins posted on 04/12/2010
The 2010 NFL Draft in a couple of weeks will provide some interesting choices for the Miami Dolphins, especially in the needed linebacker position. With veterans Joey Porter leaving to the Arizona Cardinals and Jason Taylor still unsigned, the Dolphins are looking to the draft to fill those spots.

This year’s draft has a strong pool of linebackers and according to ESPN’s Mel Kipper, “its because there are a lot of combo guys”. With defensive ends that can play outside linebackers, like Georgia’s Tech Derrick Morgan, who would fit well in the Dolphins’ 3-4 scheme. Analysts also have Texas’ Sergio Kindle, Tennessee’s Dan Williams, and possibly USF Jason Pierre-Paul.

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Miami Dolphin's Unrestriced Free Agent Jason Taylor leaves New York Unsigned posted on 04/08/2010
What is Gary Wichard thinking? He is Jason Taylor’s agent and the person who convinced the 13-year veteran to head up to New York and talk to the Jets. Taylor, who is well known for his bitterness towards the Jets, has yet to be resigned by the Miami Dolphins but has made it known that he wants to stay with the team he has spent the majority of his career with. Miami’s General Manager, Jeffery Ireland, has said that the team won’t make a move to resign Taylor till after the upcoming draft.

Taylor return back to Miami unsigned despite the warm welcome he received from current Jets players while visiting with them during a voluntary team workout. The Dolphins-Jets rivalry is one of the few in the NFL that has lasted for decades and to have a vetted player like Taylor

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Baltimore Ravens defeat Miami Dolphins 27-9 posted on 01/04/2009
It was a bitter end. The 2008 Miami Dolphins unexpected ride on the road to the Super Bowl came to a quick end at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens. When the clock reached triple zeroes, the Fins were on the losing end of a 27-9 slaughter.

Ed “Just hand me my Hall of Fame Jacket now” Reed was the recipient of a couple of Chad Pennington’s interceptions, returning one for touchdown. Reed’s 64-yard pick-six in the second quarter put the Ravens up 10-3, which would have been good enough on the day the Fins coughed it five times after only giving up 13 turnovers all season.

Miami made it interesting with a late fourth quarter Pennington TD pass to Ronnie Brown. However, after previously limiting the Raven’s offense to a couple of three and outs, the Fins defense failed to halt a Ravens game sealing touch down march.

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