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MIAMI DOLPHINS INFORMATION

 

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Miami Dolphins make a home stand from Orange Bowl Stadium.

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The rumors are up that running back player Ricky Williams has disobeyed the NFL's substance-abuse policy for the second time since he joined the team in 2002. He is suspected of taking marijuana.

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The Dolphins got a new offensive coordinator this week. Chris Foerster, earlier  coach of Tight End's was brought in place of Joel Collier.

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The team has its player S. Morris out of action for being injured. Other Payers as E. Perry and E. Moore are out of the team for having injured left knee and left foot respectively.

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Miami Dolphins have won 10 and lost 6 games so far till last season.

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The team would be next playing against Denver in August.

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Orange Bowl Stadium has been home for Miami Hurricanes for the last 60 years and it has witnessed some great moments in the game of football. The construction of the stadium was completed in one year at a cost of $340,000 and was earlier known as Burdine Stadium. The stadium was inaugurated on December 10, 1937 when Miami Hurricane played their first game against Georgia. Burnies Stadium was rechristened Orange Bowl in 1959 and Miami Dolphins played their first game at the stadium on September 2, 1966. It can accommodate around 72,319 fans. The stadium has a grass surface to play.

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Despite missing the playoffs, the Dolphins had a strong year in 2003, finishing with a record of 10-6. It just wasn’t quite enough to make the playoffs in the very deep AFC.  The Dolphins got very good play out of veteran Ricky Williams, and explosive wide receiver Chris Chambers.  Although they lost Brian Griese in the off-season, the quarterback controversy looks to continue with the acquisition of Eagles backup A.J. Feeley. Feeley played well in replacement of an injured Donovan McNabb in the 2002 playoffs and is hoping to battle for the starting  job with incumbent Jay Fiedler.

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The Dolphins are looking to make great improvements on their offensive line with the drafting  of  Miami University alum Vernon Carey.  Carey is a monster of a guard and is looking to contribute right off the bat.

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We have tickets to Miami Dolphins games including all home games and even away games against division rivals like the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets, and Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.

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