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S. Fla. products get chance to show off wares to Dolphins

There are 18 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Apr 10, 2008, titled S. Fla. products get chance to show off wares to Dolphins. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

Pierre Garcon will have an opportunity today to live out a dream. The Mount Union receiver, who at the NFL Scouting Combine outperformed many of the top wideouts from the big-name schools, is hoping he gets ...

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Roger

AOL

#1 Apr 10, 2008
There is one local player, Hurricanes linebacker Tavares Gooden, who was expected to participate but has since backed out of the camp because of a scheduling conflict.

Since passing a medical re-check last weekend, Gooden's workout schedule has been jam-packed. The former St. Thomas Aquinas standout visited the Saints earlier this week and worked out for the Bears and Packers at UM on Thursday. Gooden, who was limited by a hip injury at the combine and UM's Pro Day, is also scheduled to workout for the Colts on Sunday and is committed to visiting the Titans, Giants and 49ers in the coming weeks. NO ONE WANTS TO PLAY FOR THE PITIFUL FINS.......LMAO

“The Best Is Yet To Come...”

Since: Jan 07

South Florida

#2 Apr 10, 2008
Wow...interesting stuff!

“The Best Is Yet To Come...”

Since: Jan 07

South Florida

#3 Apr 10, 2008
Roger wrote:
There is one local player, Hurricanes linebacker Tavares Gooden, who was expected to participate but has since backed out of the camp because of a scheduling conflict.
Since passing a medical re-check last weekend, Gooden's workout schedule has been jam-packed. The former St. Thomas Aquinas standout visited the Saints earlier this week and worked out for the Bears and Packers at UM on Thursday. Gooden, who was limited by a hip injury at the combine and UM's Pro Day, is also scheduled to workout for the Colts on Sunday and is committed to visiting the Titans, Giants and 49ers in the coming weeks. NO ONE WANTS TO PLAY FOR THE PITIFUL FINS.......LMAO
How do you live with yourself being ALWAYS wrong?
melli

New Orleans, LA

#5 Apr 11, 2008
This article sucks. The writer never has the correct information. He is always non-correct.."Do your homework before airing your dirt".
Roger

New Orleans, LA

#6 Apr 11, 2008
Sun-sentinel why do you continue to employ a writer that ALWAYS write incorrect information? Can't U do any better? I would never buy your newspaper.
RTJustice

Santa Ana, CA

#7 Apr 11, 2008
Roger wrote:
Sun-sentinel why do you continue to employ a writer that ALWAYS write incorrect information? Can't U do any better? I would never buy your newspaper.
Then leave this site idiot!!
Hector

Jupiter, FL

#9 Apr 11, 2008
Dunlap if available in the later rounds should be picked up by the dolphins. He would be a great help to the team
Hector

Jupiter, FL

#10 Apr 11, 2008
anything would be a help to this team....Draft Dunlap
Immigracion

United States

#11 Apr 11, 2008
theese guys all stink, they will are no help te de dolphins
Sam

Hollywood, FL

#12 Apr 11, 2008
John Dunlap is an amazing player. The Dolphins would be MORE than lucky to have him on the team. Face it, the Dolphins wouldn't be losing any of their crazy fans, but they would definitely gain at least one more w/ me. And "Immigracion" learn to type.

"theese guys all stink, they will are no help te de dolphins"

I really hope you are not talking about the players in the article b/c unless you have actually seen them play in MANY games then you have no room to speak. Also...they stink, but your English grammar and typing skills stink.
cocoajoe

Lithia, FL

#13 Apr 11, 2008
Painkiller Jeff wrote:
<quoted text>
How do you live with yourself being ALWAYS wrong?
You know, after a while you learn not to respond to these people.... and by using the term people, I'm being generous.....but you just can't help it sometimes, can you?

Makes you wonder who let these people out early.
chirps candy center

Panama City Beach, FL

#15 Apr 11, 2008
It seems the team has finally hit rock bottom (1-15). A surgeon (Bill Parcells) was hired to remove the CANCER that had finally placed the Dolphins near deaths door.

Gone are the ineffective coaches, aging and attitude broken players. Gone are those people that would not admit that a major over-haul of personnel was in order.

Why are they gone? Poor management of game day decisions. Players starting the season in poor physical condition. No veteran leadership in the locker-room or on the playing field. A head coach that couldn't delegate and only concentrated on offense; one that also lost control of his players and coaches.

I remember a TV broadcaster stating "this is the fourth quarter with over 5 minutes to play and the Miami Defense is SUCKING WIND big time".

I remember Chambers dropping passes that couldn't have been thrown any better. Not just several times. Many times. When he arrived in San Diego, he began catching the hard ones as well as the easy ones. Why? Hagan was not one bit better. Martin as a blocker was non-existant. He dropped his share of passes also. The wide receivers stopped the first down chains from moving entirely too many times.

Ronnie Brown started to show his wares and then hurt himself. Chatman had some decent games, but his blocking was pitiful. Throwing his body at defenders legs as they jumped over him.

Trent Green is a class guy. If he could look at game film of himself with a critical eye, he would plainly see just how much he has slowed down and what a weak arm that he has. Cleo had good speed but made bad decisions. Poor Beck was thrown to the wolves as a rookie without the proper coaching and practice.

The offensive line looked marginal for a while before totally collapsing. The defense couldn't stop the run. Penalties on both sides of the ball were devastating. Would Ginn ever score on a run without having it called back? Who is playing on special teams today? How many more defensive backs will get hurt today?

When you make the kind of money that coaches, players, players on PUP and practice squad members do, eventually you will be held accountable. That should also include OWNERS that hire the wrong people. I think that just about everybody is tired of seeing Miami swimming several miles below dolphin doo doo.

Parsells, we know that a playoff football team won't be built in one season. But from what we have seen you accomplish in your short time in Miami is alreday a miracle. Next up is the BOSS himself.
MADMAN

Jupiter, FL

#16 Apr 11, 2008
John Dunlap? JOHN DUNLAP? How about Greg Caramillo? That sounds better..... Seriously, who the hell is John Dunlap? I have no idea who that is. Im not saying hes bad player im just asking.......
My prediction to the Miami Dolphins 2009 Season Record with or without John Dunlap is 12-4.......... backwards.:)

Madman says.... CHEESE SHOULD ALWAYS BE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE MEAT..........
OUT!!!

“The Best Is Yet To Come...”

Since: Jan 07

South Florida

#17 Apr 11, 2008
cocoajoe wrote:
<quoted text>
You know, after a while you learn not to respond to these people.... and by using the term people, I'm being generous.....but you just can't help it sometimes, can you?
Makes you wonder who let these people out early.
I usually ignore the fools...but once in a while, I like to poke them. ;-)
Sam

Hollywood, FL

#18 Apr 11, 2008
Madman is right...the name that is...

1st of all anyone who refers to themselves in the 3rd person is mad.

2nd of all anyone who likes cheese on the opposite side of the meat is mad...what's next the ketchup too?!

3rd of all Greg Caramillo...do you want touchdowns or Dolphin Stadium re-wired?

Greg= wide receiver, totalling 46 receptions for 614 yards

John=One of the most experienced players returning for 2007, his 1,032 career snaps ranks second on the offense, fourth on the entire team ... In for 656 plays from scrimmage last season, the second-highest total on the team ... Started 10 games at wideout, he was the Wolfpack's second-leading receiver with 392 yards on 30 catches ... Tied for third on the team in scoring with four touchdowns ... Posted a career-best 80 yards on four receptions at Virginia, he also scored a touchdown in that contest ... Tallied 60 yards after the catch for the season ... Had a career-long 34-yard grab in the win over Boston College, that was one of the most dramatic scores in school history as he caught it with eight seconds left on the clock to win the game.

“WHY NOT US!!!”

Since: Feb 08

north miami beach

#19 Apr 11, 2008
MADMAN wrote:
John Dunlap? JOHN DUNLAP? How about Greg Caramillo? That sounds better..... Seriously, who the hell is John Dunlap? I have no idea who that is. Im not saying hes bad player im just asking.......
My prediction to the Miami Dolphins 2009 Season Record with or without John Dunlap is 12-4.......... backwards.:)
Madman says.... CHEESE SHOULD ALWAYS BE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE MEAT..........
OUT!!!
Camarillo is our new Welker...GO PHINS!!!
cam

Miami, FL

#20 Apr 12, 2008
Roger wrote:
There is one local player, Hurricanes linebacker Tavares Gooden, who was expected to participate but has since backed out of the camp because of a scheduling conflict.
Since passing a medical re-check last weekend, Gooden's workout schedule has been jam-packed. The former St. Thomas Aquinas standout visited the Saints earlier this week and worked out for the Bears and Packers at UM on Thursday. Gooden, who was limited by a hip injury at the combine and UM's Pro Day, is also scheduled to workout for the Colts on Sunday and is committed to visiting the Titans, Giants and 49ers in the coming weeks. NO ONE WANTS TO PLAY FOR THE PITIFUL FINS.......LMAO
Your anass
Lions

Hollywood, FL

#22 Apr 14, 2008
John Dunlap should come to the dolphins

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