Miami Dolphins top 10 players to watc...

Miami Dolphins top 10 players to watch this offseason

There are 48 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Mar 30, 2009, titled Miami Dolphins top 10 players to watch this offseason. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

The Miami Dolphins began the "voluntary" offseason conditioning program today, starting the journey to getting coach Tony Sparano's players in peak shape for the 2009 season.

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UK Dolfan

Newry, UK

#42 Mar 31, 2009
I've had the pleasure/misfortune to see a lot of CFL games over here (they have to fill the schedules on 'ESPN America' with something) and Cameron Wake has looked truly immense. Not just the sack count either, just his presence draws attention and frees up opportunities for the other linebackers. If he can bring half of that to the NFL and be a real threat alongside Joey Porter, we're going to enjoy next year... go Phins!
pool table

Pompano Beach, FL

#43 Mar 31, 2009
Jason Allen is another Nick Saban bust. Where is Manny Wright??

Since: Mar 09

United States

#44 Apr 1, 2009
kudos to those defending pennington's playoff debut despite no protection and NO running game and only three wrs dressed for the game he still threw for 258 yards against the ravens of course maybe you detracters think culpepper or harrington or brian griese could have done better ? also i would like to point out ted ginn has done more in his first two years than o.j. mcduffie did in his first two and o.j. had danny boy in 94
Myron

AOL

#45 Apr 1, 2009
Banana Republic wrote:
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Camarillo is still recovering from the knee surgery.
Camarillo should be healthy by opening day.
Myron

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#46 Apr 1, 2009
Pennington's playoff performance was pretty much similar to his Jets post-season perfprmances - dismal. The guy has a rag arm and only saw success last season because of Miami's cupcake schedule. He's gone as far as he can in Miami. Time for Henne.
Myron

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#47 Apr 1, 2009
And, the Dolphins are losers 35 seasons removed from a Super Bowl.

“Everything changes.”

Since: Nov 07

Hollywood, FL

#48 Apr 2, 2009
Myron wrote:
And, the Dolphins are losers 35 seasons removed from a Super Bowl.
try again...troll
Try Again

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#49 Apr 5, 2009
The Dolphlats should keep trying. for season #36 and no Super Bowl.

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