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DAILY CLIPS: Top Headlines on August 22, 2017
August 22, 2017 09:45 AM | Alain Poupart
Here's what they're writing about the Dolphins...

Adam Gase interviewed to become Eagles head coach before he was hired by the Dolphins in January 2016. Our take: Gase was a hot commodity when the Dolphins hired him, and it didn't take long to realize there was a reason so many teams wanted him.

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The Dolphins offense continues to work through some issues. Our take: The offense has had its share of setbacks, but Gase remains confident it will be ready to roll by the start of the regular season.

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Offensive lineman Kraig Urbik is a question mark for the start of the regular season.Our take: The versatile lineman, who is dealing with a knee injury, is valuable up front because of his experience and his versatility.

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Jay Cutler says his desire to play football never waned even as he prepared for a new career in broadcasting before the Dolphins called. Our take: Cutler said again Monday that the combination of playing for Adam Gase and the talent on the Dolphins roster made it an easy decision to return to football.

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Eagles defensive end Chris Long offered his perspective on new Dolphins defensive end William Hayes. Our take: The two were teammates with the Rams and they shared a memorable off-the-field experience.

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Linebacker Rey Maualuga joined his new teammates at practice but did not work out and will not play Thursday. Our take: The first order of business for Maualuga is getting back in football shape so he can help the defense at the start of the regular season.

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Center Mike Pouncey continues his preparation.Our take: The Dolphins have stuck to their game plan with the three-time Pro Bowl selection and the big question now is whether he'll play against the Eagles on Thursday.

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Jesse Davis has emerged as a potential candidate for the starting left guard position. Our take: Davis bounced around a couple of teams before joining the Dolphins late last season, but he has made significant progress since then.

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Safety Nate Allen returned to practice after missing time with an injury, and did so where his NFL career began. Our take: Allen was a second-round pick of the Eagles in 2010 before moving on to Oakland and then to Miami.

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