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Previewing Day 3 of Dolphins camp

The Dolphins will get to see who flourishes in full pads for the first time this year during Saturday's practice.

Dolphins' defensive line dominates Day 2 of camp (1:13)
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Will Miller rise or fall?

Lamar Miller could be a top-10 running back or lose his job to Jay Ajayi. Either result wouldn't be a surprise, making Miller a risky fantasy selection. Ajayi could be a nice late-round insurance pick. Running back tiers (Insider)

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Miami's Tannehill could be a steal

In Eric Karabell's fantasy rankings, he notes Ryan Tannehill was the No. 9 quarterback last season. Karabell doesn't see much drop-off coming this season. Quarterback tiers (Insider)

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Landry primed for breakout season

Jarvis Landry finished his rookie season with 84 catches and five touchdowns. With the improved play from Ryan Tannehill, plus the departure of Mike Wallace, look for Landry’s numbers to increase. Fantasy X factors

Dolphins eager to end playoff drought (1:15)
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Could the Dolphins win it all?

If QB Ryan Tannehill improves his decision-making, the new WRs can help downfield and the running game performs like it did last year, Miami could be a surprise contender next season. Super Bowl sleepers (Insider)

Tannehill, Dolphins have big goals in mind

ESPN's James Walker on the positive vibe around Dolphins camp: "This is as optimistic as I've heard and seen the Dolphins in my four years covering the team. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill said today, 'We're not here to win a few games. We're here to win a championship.'"

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Does anybody want Evan Mathis?

The former Eagles guard may be 33, but he's still a former Pro Bowler who hasn't regressed significantly. It seems the Dolphins want to see how their own guards perform. What teams might be interested? NFL rumors roundup

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Miami fans embrace Ndamukong Suh

The Dolphins' $114 million man got a warm welcome at his first training camp with Miami, according to ESPN's James Walker. The air filled with chants of "Suuuuuuh!" as the big man took the field on Thursday.

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Miami Dolphins rookie DeVante Parker on PUP

DeVante Parker had offseason foot surgery, so this isn't a surprise. The goal remains to have Parker ready by Week 1 of the regular season.


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