Miami Dolphins Minicamp Observations

May 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Drawing conclusions about players based on minicamp performance is usually an exercise in futility.  A player that looks great in shorts often disappears once the pads come on.  Some players don't take minicamps seriously, but shine when full-contact hitting starts in training camp and carries over into the regular season. 
However, one can make some astute observations reading between the lines.  Here is an attempt to do just that based on the Miami Dolphins minicamp this weekend.
Miami is more concerned with player combinations than who runs first team or second team at a certain position.  Look at the way the Dolphins have handled the outside linebacker position the last three days.  Koa Misi, Charlie Anderson, Quentin Moses and Cameron Wake have been interchangeable components at the strong and weak-side linebacker positions.
One day, you had Quentin Moses and Charlie Anderson as the first t...

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