Dolphins get down to three TEs among ...

Dolphins get down to three TEs among final 53 players PEELLE CUT

There are 19 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Aug 30, 2008, titled Dolphins get down to three TEs among final 53 players PEELLE CUT. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

The 'Juggernaut,' better known as fullback Reagan Mauia, and veteran tight end Justin Peelle were among the 17 players asked to return their playbooks Saturday as the Dolphins got down to the league mandated ...

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Dave Smartbrowski

Boca Raton, FL

#1 Aug 31, 2008
Justin Peale sealed his fate with too many drops and penalties in preseason. I like Bess
NAAWP

Bakersfield, CA

#2 Aug 31, 2008
Cut was Jason Peele - What's the matter Tuna do you think White Guys can't play Tight End? Mad Dog might not agree

“W Y S I W Y G”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta, GA

#3 Aug 31, 2008
Dave Smartbrowski wrote:
Justin Peale sealed his fate with too many drops and penalties in preseason. I like Bess
I agree and when he didn't fight for that Henne ball in the end zone that was intercepted - that's when I wanted him gone.

The receivers have to be aggressive.

Beat the STINKING NJ jets!
FinFan

Lancaster, OH

#4 Aug 31, 2008
I also like Bess. I really like the way this team is starting to shape.
Big Red

Gainesville, FL

#5 Aug 31, 2008
I can't see what they see in TE David Martin...... HE drops passes out the ying yang.

I know I know..... He's prolly a good blocker. If he is our best TE <shakes head>
Dolfan Rob

Miami, FL

#6 Aug 31, 2008
y-not wrote:
I agree and when he didn't fight for that Henne ball in the end zone that was intercepted - that's when I wanted him gone.
The receivers have to be aggressive.
Beat the STINKING NJ jets!
Absolutely, that INT ruined a great long drive and plays like that deflate the team and their confidence.
Granted the ball was thrown inside byt you have got to take a 10 yard Offensive Penalty from the two then let your opponent pick off a jump ball right next to you.

That Chiefs game was a personal nightmare for Peelle. He also had an illegal formation penalty on a punt that we recovered a fumble on.
delbert

Hollywood, FL

#7 Aug 31, 2008
They should of cut Hagan, that P.O.S. can't catch cold let alone a football.
Pound

Bradenton, FL

#8 Aug 31, 2008
NAAWP wrote:
Cut was Jason Peele - What's the matter Tuna do you think White Guys can't play Tight End? Mad Dog might not agree
What are you talking about? Not that it matters but our starting TE Fasano is a white guy. Know your Phins.
JSR

Wilmington, NC

#9 Aug 31, 2008
Ashley Lelie was cut...interesting.

I also like the way this team is shaping up. This was one oustanding draft; best we've had in over a decade. Another draft or two, some other pickups here and there, and this team will be good to go.

My prediction: 7-9, with the wins against the Jets on opening day, Houston, Baltimore, Oakland, St. Louis, SF and KC.
Old timer

AOL

#10 Aug 31, 2008
Will be interesting to see what this team looks like on Mon Am after Management reviews the cuts from other teams.
This management has this changeover moving forward big time and a couple of addt'l back ups could help the process.
I like what is happening here. Sick of seeing loosing teams week after week.
Michael Alexander

Staten Island, NY

#11 Aug 31, 2008
delbert wrote:
They should of cut Hagan, that P.O.S. can't catch cold let alone a football.
Yes Hagan does have hands of stone and cutting him may happen. The scouting report on him out of college was that he was a ball dropper. He still can't catch!
John

Miami, FL

#12 Aug 31, 2008
FinFan wrote:
I also like Bess. I really like the way this team is starting to shape.
I think he should be starting in front of hagen. This kid reminds me of wes welker but only faster. He catches everything while drops almost everything. The kid knows how to separate and get open. I also would like see the starting 3 WR's of Ginn, Bess, and Cammerra for 3 wr sets.
John

Miami, FL

#13 Aug 31, 2008
While haggen drops everything.
SmokeMonster

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#14 Aug 31, 2008
What's the story on Todd Wade?? He was good here.
Condoms for Sarah Palin

Miami, FL

#15 Aug 31, 2008
Oooohhhhh.......... the Juggernaut, another one of Mighty Cam Cameron draft picks sent packing. How Parcells does not like anyone's players and how that draft of last year continuest to diminish. If the Family Ginn does not start reproducing and producing like my Sarah Palin can, well, that draft is a Wannstedian bust of major proportions.

Gee, I do miss the entertainment that Cameron did bring to us, he was just great...... he was Cirque de Soleil of laughs and incompetence and destroyed any future that John Beck might have had.
Condoms for Sarah Palin

Miami, FL

#16 Aug 31, 2008
A VERY SERIOUS CONCERN THAT YOU ALL SHOULD HAVE:

Miami and the Dade County School system just this past week are in a major crisis because they have no money and are cutting programs and are in a impasse with shouting matches. And it is all because of budgets and money and whether the school system can continue to operate or not.

And it is under this scenario that the politicians of that city are considering opening up the coffers to give hundreds of millions of dollars so that the Marlins can have a free stadium where no one from Broward or Palm Beach counties will bother to go. IF YOU CARE ABOUT SCHOOLS AND WHETHER THE CHILDREN SHOULD HAVE THE MONEY or it should be GIVEN TO BASEBALL MILLIONAIRES ...... SPEAK UP.

Sell the team to someone who can afford to own a team.

Someone sent me a couple of links to articles that discuss the misconceptions of such use of public funds for building new stadiums for millionaire owners and millionaire players. Take a look at two related articles that SPORTS ILLUSTRATED published recently on this subject and you can see for yourself what has happened recently with similar projects in other cities:

The Links to Sports Illustrated Articles:

http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/...

http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/...

The fallacy that a new stadium helps brings many "good" jobs and better economic prosperity to a community seems to be just that, a big fallacy, because after the initial curiosity and novelty wears off in the part of the public, the few jobs that a new stadium brings are temporary, part time and entry level-minimum wage variety. They are not solid middle class building jobs on which someone can support a family.
dannyboy

La Habra, CA

#17 Aug 31, 2008
Run,Ricky,Run
Dr No

Pompano Beach, FL

#18 Aug 31, 2008
Now that Ricky's signed Ronnie will be traded.
Lou

Eton, GA

#19 Sep 2, 2008
Dr No wrote:
Now that Ricky's signed Ronnie will be traded.
LOL! You're insane!! Bill Parcell likes good players. Ronnie Brown was on his way to being a Pro Bowler, if not the Offensive MVP last season before his injury. Do you REALLY think, particularly in light of his remarkable offseason recovery from ACL surgery that Parcell is going to part with a player like that. And if he does, he's going to demand a #1 for him - which isn't likely to happen.

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