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“Dolphins" is more accessible than "Out of the Dust" and is probably the best beloved out of all of Hesse's work (as other reviews here will attest).”
“One of the most popular and respected players in Dolphins history, Taylor, 35, has no worry there.”
“Pennington, who signed with rival Miami, helped transform the Dolphins from a one-win team to AFC East champions.”
“Braylon Edwards bounced back from his benching by helping the New York Jets knock the Miami Dolphins from the ranks of the unbeaten.”
“First-year coach Tony Sparano has turned the Dolphins from a one-win team in 2007 to a 10-5 squad that can clinch the AFC East title with a win on Sunday.”
“That makes this a very big day in Dolphins history.”
“They released one of the most popular players in Dolphins history — linebacker Zach Thomas — and brought in younger and bigger players like Reggie Torbor (6-2, 250), Charlie Anderson (6-4, 245) and Junior Glymph (6-5, 270).”
“China Anounces Stunning New Spacesuit Concept - for Dolphins is the next entry in this blog.”
“Field Judge: Bill LovettSummaryBack to topGreen draws boos in Dolphins debut as Miami beats Jacksonville 18-17”
“Ronnie Brown had 23 carries for 114 yards to become just the second player in Dolphins history with 100 yards rushing in three straight games.”
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