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Florida Gators receivers working out with Dolphins; 'Fins QB Chad Henne and head coach Tony Sparano in Gainesville

GAINESVILLE -- Quick note here on the Miami Dolphins before we get into the third day of Florida's spring practice. Dolphins coach Tony Sparano and quarterback Chad Henne were inside the the Gators' football facility on Saturday morning, preparing to conduct a private workout with Florida receivers Louis Murphy, Percy Harvin and Cornelius Ingram.

Harvin is projected as a first-round selection in the upcoming NFL Draft while Murphy and Ingram could go in the later rounds. The Dolphins are in the market for a receiver (or two).

Henne, who played at Michigan, credits much of his success to former Michigan and current Florida quarterbacks' coach Scot Loeffler.



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PLEASE more info.

Darlington will be writing about it in the paper.


As a huge Fins fan, please don't draft Harvin. He is a great college player but in my opinion will not be very good in the NFL. He has been hurt to many times and he is not a pure receiver. Just look at your #9 wr pick two years ago, what a waste of a pick.

Gator Rod, on what basis do you compare Harvin to Ginn. I think that is ridiculous. Ginn is bordering on being a "bust" after a few years. Harvin will NOT be a bust I guarantee you that.

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