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Miami Dolphins training camp sked (with question)

Here it is, hot of the presses (or whatever the cliche is in the Internat age): The Miami Dolphins training camp schedule for the segment that is open to the public.

You will see that we are approximately 8 days from the start of the festivities in the oven known as Davie, FL in July and August. The Dolphins will offer their fans 20 practices that are open to the public for the retail price of FREE.

Hopefully, you don't get what you pay for.

Obviously, these are the practices open to the public. The team simply won't stop practicing on August 19. That is simply the date after which the public can no longer attend. It is also the date the curtains are drawn on Miami's Wildcat package -- yes, the plan is to still use it -- the new defense under coordinator Mike Nolan, and other tweaks none of us are aware of yet.

So here's the question: Knowing what you do about the roster, what tweaks would you employ this season that should be kept under wraps during open practices?

Date    Morning     Afternoon

July   30   Fri. 2:00 p.m.

July   31   Sat.     9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

Aug     1   Sun.    2:00 p.m.

Aug.    2   Mon.   9:00 a.m.

Aug.    3   Tues.   2:00 p.m.

Aug.    4   Wed. 9:00 a.m.

Aug.    5   Thurs.     2:00 p.m.

Aug.    6   Fri. 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

Aug.    7   Sat .    2:00 p.m.

Aug.    8   Sun.    PLAYERS OFF

Aug.    9   Mon.   9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

 Aug. 10   Tues.  

Aug. 11   Wed. 9:00 a.m.

Aug. 12   Thurs.     9:00 a.m.

Aug. 13   Fri.


Aug. 15   Sun.   PLAYERS OFF        

Aug. 16   Mon.   2:00 p.m.

Aug. 17   Tues.   9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.

Aug. 18   Wed. 2:00 p.m.

Aug. 19   Thurs.     9:00 a.m.


All practices are subject to weather conditions and subject to change


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I don't think Clemons can be any worse than the Gerbil.

Dang! I just got back in from a day (and evening) of fishing to find Armando is back.


Too bad about Merling, but I think this about karma. The Phins are going to rock this season regardless. I too like McDaniels if Odrick doesn't pan out. And the wildcat, with the addition of Brandon Marshall as a threat, should be very interesting.

Killed it, fishing today! Woo hoo!

Dude can training camp NOW! Go PHINS!

I got excited I became illiterate...sorry....go PHINS!

Just a quick thought on Henne this upcoming season for those who like to look at stats. By virtue of shipping "The Ginn Family" off and adding Brandon Marshal I'm guessing that alone should add 5-6 more TD's & subtract 4-5 Int's from Henne's numbers. 17-18 TD's & 9-10 Ints, that would be pretty good.


2010 Season Outlook (ESPN)
Henne took the reins in Miami once Chad Pennington blew out his shoulder in Week 3, and he acquitted himself admirably. He completed more than 60 percent of his throws his first go-round in the league, and that bodes well. What bodes even better is that the Dolphins traded for Brandon Marshall this spring, which finally gives them a legitimately scary No. 1 receiving target. Now, Miami is still looking for a field-stretcher, because that's not Marshall's deal. So don't expect Henne to suddenly be a downfield bomber. But with Marshall and his 100-plus catches and double-digit touchdown potential on board, Henne's prospects grow much stronger in 2010. He throws a pretty ball, and if Marshall stays sane, the two could make beautiful music together.

2010 Season Outlook
Because he played well in the playoffs last winter, we fear Sanchez will get a free pass from fantasy owners that he doesn't deserve. Unlike Matthew Stafford, Sanchez was given precious little to do in his rookie season, and he often still managed to hurt the Jets with wild throws and bad decisions. He had the fewest attempts, completions and passing yards among quarterbacks who played at least 15 games in 2009. That's not a condemnation of Sanchez's career path; it's simply indicative of who the Jets are: a run-first squad with the best offensive line in the game. We won't be surprised if he throws fewer picks in '10, but even with Santonio Holmes on board, we don't think Sanchez sniffs 30 throws per game.

Sanchize??? or Henne the Hero a.k.a. Next Marino??? I feel we got our guy, do you?

What did you catch and where??? I'm intrigued, I love fishing.lol

Winnie Lover:

2009 196 364 2444 53.8 6.71 65 12 20 26 63.0

Henne the Hero:

2009 274 451 2878 60.8 6.38 67 12 14 26 75.2

I wouldn't mind doing this all day!!! HAHA!!!

P.S. > I'm rockin' my Penny Jersey right now,lol.

"2 Watt" huh? Besides the obvious sexual connotation (which is demeaning to women), you name implies that you really aren't that bright to begin with. Maybe you should find a blog more apt to your IQ. Just saying...

What did you catch and where??? I'm intrigued, I love fishing.lol

From the best catch down...

Caught a nice 34" snook, released it of course. Also caught my limit in redfish (1) 22" and half a dozen mangrove snapper 12" - 14" long. Caught 4 amber jack and 2 ladyfish.

I have a 17' Hydra-Sports with a 90hp Johnson. I used pin fish and shrimp for bait.

I'm from Naples (on Florida's Gulf Coast) and was fishing near Wiggins Pass.

2 watt is a jets fan and an ignorant one at that. he dont have a clue about the dolphins or nfl style football period. my 12 year old son knows more about football than this kid does and his only down fall is he is a pats fan.....yeah poor kid jumped on that bandwagon because of tom brady. but the trueth is even my son knows miami is going to be brutal this year. he has told me he wont even watch the fins pats games this year. 2 watt could take a real lesson from a 12 year old that knows what reality is.

I'm looking forward to practices to see Brandon Marshall square off against Vontae and Sean.

I will make them better DB's.

But unfortunately without a NT, it won't matter how good the secondary or LB corps are. Once our defense improves, the Dolphins will be a playoff caliber team. Remember, the majority of losses last year can be tagged on the D. Still smarting from Colts and Saints loss. Saints - Dolphins was arguably the most exciting game in the NFL regular season.

Hopefully, Tuna will pluck some unknown from somewhere and he will be the next Tim Bowens.

I hope Ronnie stays healthy. Because he is arguably one of the premier RB's in the league (again, when healthy). And no other team has a player that can run the WildCat the way Ronnie can.

And I'm glad Pat White is OK. Kid has guts, unlike Ted "I'm stepping outta bounds before I get hit" Ginn.

I'm buying the Kool-aid with Henne. He will be much improved with a year under his belt.

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