This morning, after the previous evening’s Hard Knocks premiere, the Dolphins held a walk-through in the bubble.
The team will return to the practice field later this evening, though, for a 6:25 p.m. practice open to the public–the only open night practice of training camp.
In case you missed it, here’s a complete roundup of Dolphins.com’s coverage of the 11th day of training camp practices:
- Variety of Stars Emerge From Hard Knocks Premiere
- Dolphins Announce Celebration for 40th Anniversary of Perfect Season
- Dolphins Announce Naming Rights Partnership for Team’s Training Facility
- VIDEO: Joe Philbin Press Conference 8/8, Part 1
- VIDEO: Joe Philbin Press Conference 8/8, Part 2
- VIDEO: Vontae Davis Media Availability
- VIDEO: Hard Knocks Director’s Cut: Rob Gehring
- VIDEO: Cam Wake Media Availability
- VIDEO: Randy Starks Media Availability
- VIDEO: Jared Odrick Media Availability
- VIDEO: Les Brown Reacts to Hard Knocks
- VIDEO: 1-0n-1 with Eric Steinbach
- VIDEO: Finsiders TV, 8/8/12
- VIDEO: Training Facility Naming Rights Press Conference
- VIDEO: 40th Anniversary of 1972 Undefeated Team Press Conference‘
- VIDEO: Jim Kiick, Larry Little and Mercury Morris In Studio
From the Fins:
A few weeks ago this NFL.com contributor wrote an article about the top “Diva’s” in the NFL. He proceeded to call the 1972 Dolphins team the biggest “Diva” of them all. In response to Rank’s article, Mercury Morris, a member of that ’72 team, joined our show last week to give his two cents. Rank called in today to tell us his side of the story after Mercury’s response did not go unnoticed.
Time to continue our series on the history of the NFL Draft. Last week, we gave you the history of the 15th overall pick, which is currently held by the Dolphins. Today, we’ll assess the drafting of running backs.
With countless mock drafts suggesting that the Fins will select Alabama RB Mark Ingram in the first round, I thought it would be interesting to test Troy Stradford’s theory that running backs are a “dime a dozen.”
In 2010, the NFL’s leading rusher was Arian Foster of the Houston Texans, who ran for over 1,600 yards.
The former Dolphins running back and proud member of the 1972 undefeated Dolphins team spoke with the guys about a number of topics including his thoughts on today’s NFL versus his era. Listen in as Morris and Sam reminisce about the Giants upset of the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII which preserved the ’72 Dolphins mark as the only undefeated team.