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  Phins sign Ndamukong Suh 114M$/6 yr., trade Wallace, release Starks, Hartline and others

Phins ink Suh to 6 year 114 million dollar deal
Fins trade Wallace, release Hartline, Gibson and Starks.

The Dolphins are doing major changes in free agency. First, obviously they won the Ndamukong Suh race as they inked Suh to a 6 year 114 million dollar deal. The biggest contract ever for a defensive player. Suh is guaranteed 60 million dollars. He is 28 in his prime and a 4 time probowl selection in his 5 yeras. He is the best DT in the league able to collapse the pocket even if double teamed and is probably a top 3-4 defensive player in the league. He becomes Miami's best player instantly. He will replace Starks (released) and Odrick (signed with Jags) as Miami's starting DT alongside Earl Mitchell.
The Dolphins are replacing pretty much the entire receiving corps. They released Brian Hartline (signed with Browns for far less than his contract in Miami) and Gibson (signed with New England) and traded away Mike Wallace to the Vikings (They gave up Wallace annd a 7th rounder for a 5th rounder). That's three of the top five WRs from a year ago gone. Before trading Wallace they acquired WR Kenny Stills from New Orleans in exchange for LB Ellerbe and a 3rd round pick. Stills is a third year fast WR who almost got to 1000 yards last season and is only 22 and still on his very cheap rookie deal (former 5th rounder).
The Dolphins also signed CB Brice McCain to replace the departed Jimmy WIlson (signed with San Diego) and 2013 probowl TE Jordan Cameroon in anticipation of losing TE Charles Clay (still up in the air). The Dolphins also released Philip Wheeler and restructured the contract of punter Brandon Fields. The team resigned S Michael Thomas, LB Shepered and T Jason Fox
What's left ? The Dolphins still need a starting safety and help at the guard position. They could use another LB and starting CB opposite Bret Grimes (Finnegan retired as expected). The Dolphins still have the draft and I'm not sure they are done in free agency, not at all.

2012 Draft flashback - Dolphins select QB Ryan Tannehill
Becomes first QB chosen in 1st round since 1983

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill

It's been exactly 29 years to the day since the Dolphins selected a QB in the first round. In 1983 it was hall of fame QB Dan Marino. In 2012 it was Texas A&M star Ryan Tannehill.
The Dolphins made the 6'4' Texas A&M QB the third QB taked in the 2012 draft and the first first round QB taken by the Dolphins since Marino.
Tannehill played WR in his first two years in college and then switched back to QB. He started just 19 games at the position. Having played WR (he led the team in receptions) he is very athletic and runs the 40 in 4.6. He played under now Miami offensive coordinator Mike Sherman, that familiarity by Sherman certainly helped the Dolphins in the vetting process. Most so called experts think that Tannehill needs time to develop and even if that's the case the Dolphins have other options for this year.

Dolphins hire Joe Philbin
Philbin to be Miami's 10th head coach

Dolphins Head Coach Joe Philbin

The Miami Dolphins decided to name Packers Offensive coordinator Joe Philbin as the next Head Coach of the Miami Dolphins. He will become the team's 10th head coach (8th full time head coach).

Philbin has been the offensive coordiator in Green Bay since 2007. Philbin is 50 years old and he has 28 years of coaching experience, 19 years in college and the last 9 in Green bay working his way up from assistant OL coach to TE coach to offensive coordinator. Philbin's son died 2 weeks ago but Philbin still coached in Green bay's divisional playoff loss to the GIants last week. Editorial was established in 1999 to help Dolphin fans everywhere in the world get updated with Dolphins' info. The site is still, as always, a work in progress, and any suggestions will be welcomed...
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Throws last pass to Clayton

Above, Dan Marino's bust in Pro Football's Hall of fame.
At the bottom, Marino receives his hall of fame gold jacket
Dolphins' legendary quarterback and the most prolific passer in NFL history, Dan Marino, is now a hall of fame quarterback. Marino, considered by many the greatest quarterback ever, has been elected to pro football's shrine in his first year of elegibility. Marino is the owner of more than 20 NFL passing records including most TDs (420), most passing yards (61,361), most completions (4,967), most attempts (8,358), most games 300 yards passing (63), most games 400 yards passing (13), most games with 4 or more TDs (21) and most yards in a season (5,084). There are 229 members in the hall of fame, less than a quarter of them were elected in their first year of elegibility. 49ers coach and hall of famer, Bill Walsh, who coached both Steve Young and Joe Montana, said "we will never see anyone like him again".
Marino was (and still is) the only rookie ever elected to the probowl. He was elected the starter... It was the first of his 9 pro bowl selections. His second year was the best season by a quarterback ever and perhaps the best year by any player ever, throwing for 362 completions on 564 attempts for 5,084 yards and 48 TDs. All of them were NFL records. The yardage mark is still a record. The TDs record was broken in 2004 after the rule changes made passing easier. Before 2004 the only player that ever came close to the TD record was Dan himself when he threw 44 in 1986.
Thousands of Dolphins fans made the pilgrimage to Canton, Ohio. To a long standing ovation Marino was introduced by his son Danno. The presentation speech by Dan's son was one of the most memorables and emotional presenting speeches in years as he talked about his Dad's private life and his relationship with the Florida community. He mentioned Dan Marino's children's hospital founded by Marino and the Dan Marino foundation.
Marino had a memorable and emotional speech. Marino thanked his fellow players and coaches through the years, his high school and college coaches. He called Don Shula the best coach ever. He thanked the Marks Brothers - Mark Clayton and Mark Duper and center Dwight Stephenson. He said the thing he misses the most is going out of the tunnel as the starting QB of the Miami Dolphins. After thanking his family, he wanted to do one thing one last time. Marino completed 538 balls to Mark Clayton and he wanted to do it one more time. Marino licked his fingers as he did for 17 seasons in Miami, his son gave him a football as Mark Clayton went deep one last time Marino finished his speech with a perfect deep spiral caught by Clayton for the last time.
The story of the best quarterback ever is now complete - Dan Marino, Hall of Fame Quarterback.
Dan Marino Retirement speech and the Marino section

"After 17 years I would like to announce my retirement from the Miami Dolphins. After playing the game of football most of my life, this was an extremely difficult decision. But I know that I had made the right decision for me and my family. I am very proud of the success that we have had as a team for 17 years, as well as all my individual accomplishments. Not many people have an opportunity to spend 17 years of their life doing what they truly love to do. And as I stand here before you today, I can say that I had been blessed with a career greater than I could have ever imagined..."
For the full speech go to our Dan Marino section with every stat from every game Marino ever played in.

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