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London leaves lasting impression on Dolphins

By Jeff Darlington, The Miami Herald
October 30, 2007
Sunday's first regular-season game played internationally isn't likely to get rave reviews based on the product of football that was produced Sunday in terrible conditions, but the atmosphere at what was pitched as a home game for the Dolphins definitely couldn't be blamed for any problems. Of the 81,176 fans, most cheered for Miami. And the reception throughout the week on the streets of London -- and during the game -- impressed many players.

Miami defense a bright spot on gloomy day

By Armando Salguero, The Miami Herald
October 29, 2007
The Dolphins played well enough to set several season marks on defense that, had they come earlier and consistently, would have kept Miami from slipping to its current 0-8 record. The 59 net passing yards allowed by the Dolphins was their best performance of the year and their best since Dec. 3, 2000, when they yielded 36 net passing yards in 33-6 win over the Buffalo Bills.

Dolphins' Jason Taylor towers above the rest

By Jeff Darlington, The Miami Herald
October 27, 2007
Seated on a parked bus at London's Heathrow Airport after the team's eight-hour flight Tuesday morning, Dolphins linebacker Donnie Spragan's tired eyes still managed to see something worth watching through his window.

Dolphins Rally For Second Straight Preseason Win

By Andy Kent,
August 16, 2007
Maybe it was by design, but Trent Green's return to Kansas City was handled rather quietly Thursday night, with no player introduction and no major fan reaction surrounding his first series with Miami's offense.

Dolphins Open Cam Cameron Era With 18-17 Win Over Jaguars In Preseason Opener

By Andy Cohen,
August 11, 2007
It may have been Cam Cameron's first live game as a head football coach in the NFL, but Miami Dolphins running back Jesse Chatman turned it into his own coming out party Saturday night against the Jacksonville Jaguars in an 18-17 preseason win.

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