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    Dolphins big 3

    resign Reggie 3 year 12 million
    sign Wallace 5 year 60 million
    sign Greg 4 year 32 million


    Change Reggies position to slot receiver and 3rd down back like Cobb
    tag Starks
    sign Clemons 4 year 12 million\

    Draft
    1st Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame
    2nd Sam Montgomery DE LSU
    2nd David Amerson CB NC State
    3rd Justin Pugh T/G Syracuse
    3rd Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M
    4th Trevardo Williams LB Connecticut
    5th Kyle Juszczyk FB Harvard
    COMP PICK Dustin Hopkins K FSU
    2 7th round picks probably get cut

    QB Tannehill
    RB Miller/ Bush/ Thomas/ Gray/ Thigpen
    FB Kyle Juszczyk
    WR Greg/ Wallace/ Bush / Bess/ Swope / Matthews or Binns
    TE Eifert
    LT Martin
    LG Incognito
    C Pouncey
    RG Jerry/ Pugh
    RT Pugh/ Yeatman

    LE Montgomery/ Odrick
    DT Starks/ Odrick
    NT Solaia/ Randall
    RE Wake/ Vernon
    SLB Misi
    MLB Dansby
    WLB Burnett
    CB1 Amerson
    CB2 Marshall (and nickel corner)
    CB3 Patterson
    FS Clemons
    SS Jones
    K Hopkins
    P Fields
    LS Denney
    KR/PR Thigpen/ Bush
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    Dolphins on 3!

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    Tannehill 17
    I love them as our big 3.. Maybe our curse is finally turned around and it will happen, or is it a pipe dream?
    Danny
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny6813 View Post
    I love them as our big 3.. Maybe our curse is finally turned around and it will happen, or is it a pipe dream?
    No, we are on the rise my friend
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    Today on NFL Network Ben Volin mentioned that Miami views Lamar Miller as the starter and was interested in bringing Reggie Bush back, but not as a feature back and not for big money. Take that for what you will.
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    Re: Dolphins big 3

    People are getting way too carried away about one comment on ESPN. We face competition to get any of the big reviecers and at this point we should be happy to get any of them nevermind expecting to get both.
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    Damn Son....I like every Frickin' bit of this !


    Quote Originally Posted by fanfin View Post
    resign Reggie 3 year 12 million
    sign Wallace 5 year 60 million
    sign Greg 4 year 32 million


    Change Reggies position to slot receiver and 3rd down back like Cobb
    tag Starks
    sign Clemons 4 year 12 million\

    Draft
    1st Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame
    2nd Sam Montgomery DE LSU
    2nd David Amerson CB NC State
    3rd Justin Pugh T/G Syracuse
    3rd Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M
    4th Trevardo Williams LB Connecticut
    5th Kyle Juszczyk FB Harvard
    COMP PICK Dustin Hopkins K FSU
    2 7th round picks probably get cut

    QB Tannehill
    RB Miller/ Bush/ Thomas/ Gray/ Thigpen
    FB Kyle Juszczyk
    WR Greg/ Wallace/ Bush / Bess/ Swope / Matthews or Binns
    TE Eifert
    LT Martin
    LG Incognito
    C Pouncey
    RG Jerry/ Pugh
    RT Pugh/ Yeatman

    LE Montgomery/ Odrick
    DT Starks/ Odrick
    NT Solaia/ Randall
    RE Wake/ Vernon
    SLB Misi
    MLB Dansby
    WLB Burnett
    CB1 Amerson
    CB2 Marshall (and nickel corner)
    CB3 Patterson
    FS Clemons
    SS Jones
    K Hopkins
    P Fields
    LS Denney
    KR/PR Thigpen/ Bush
    "I'll read anything Dolphin, even the crap Omar writes"
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    I could live with most of that...I'd draft Milliner in round 1...Zach Ertz in round 2 instead of your choices though.
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    Fiedler did not have the arm strength of Tannehill, but overall he was a much better QB."

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    I like the majority of that line-up.......however, my stomach gets a tad queezy when I look at the o-line as proposed. Jerry, Yeatman and Pugh might have Ryan picking-up bottles of pepto (before games) and pain killers (after games). Is there a vet o lineman we can pick-up in addition to the rookie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital View Post
    Today on NFL Network Ben Volin mentioned that Miami views Lamar Miller as the starter and was interested in bringing Reggie Bush back, but not as a feature back and not for big money. Take that for what you will.
    ALL THE REASON TO MOVE HIM TO SLOT RECEIVER!! He matched Bess and Hartline's receiving td total in one game
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    Warmack at 12! Warmack at 12!!! EsPECIally if we let Long go, which I do not expect to.
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