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" You just weigh everything in," head coach Mike Pettine told ESPN at the NFL owners meeting. " Because being a part of Hard Knocks, having been there, knowing they're going to look to cover the team's biggest current storylines, it's obvious NHL Hockey Jerseys that [Manziel] would be a point of attention."
" You can't really ignore history at certain times, but I don't know that's going to be the story of what the 2015 Miami Dolphins are going to be able to accomplish on the field," Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin said Tuesday morning at the league's annual meetings.
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A financial commitment of that magnitude also comes with a NBA Jerseys Cheap high opportunity cost. The Dolphins had to let go of a pair of talented defensive tackles in Jared Odrick and Randy Starks. They still have h***s at cornerback, along the offensive line and at wide receiver to fill, too.
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Miami does have a plan to avoid the fate of past big spenders.
" We're going to forge our own identity," Philbin explained. " We're going to have to be a resilient group, work on our chemistry and develop that as fast as we can go out and compete each and every Sunday."