This weekend's show with WQAM was jammed with Miami Dolphins guests that revealed some pretty interesting stuff.
Tailback Lamar Miller talked about his desire to become the Dolphins' featured back, discussed the holes in last year's offense and how it impacted the running game, and revealed he's spent the offseason training with fellow UM standout Frank Gore to become a complete tailback.
Then Dolphins cornerback Richard Marshall came to the show JM Lexus sponsored and talked about his road back from the season-ending back injury he suffered early last year.
Marshall, who was recently cleared to participate in OTAs, which begin this upcoming week, admitted the herniated discs in his back prevented him from walking up stairs, and led to him losing 30 pounds of muscle.
Marshall has put the weight back on and he's ready to compete for the starting spot he earned last season.
At the end of the show Captain Curtis and I discuss the Sun Life Stadium issues, and I name five players I'll be keeping my eye on during this week's OTA sessions.
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