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career comeback after starting only five games for the Rams in 2013. MISI IN THE MIDDLE: Miami moved outside linebacker Koa Misi to the middle during offseason drills, and the experiment is expected to continue at the start of camp. The Dolphins
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from his awful 2013 campaign, then look for Taylor to be ready to take that next step and shine in the secondary. 4. Koa Misi , LB Misi has been a starting outside linebacker for the majority of his four seasons with the Dolphins, but this year
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of Martin and Incognito, both involved in bullying scandal. Secondary will have two new starters. Should they keep Koa Misi at MLB after moving him there during offseason drills. EXPECTATIONS: Dolphins were outgained by 743 yards last year
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When Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin went through year-end film, one player kept appearing. Fifth-year pro Koa Misi stood out in several examples focusing on basic fundamentals. "One of the things we've emphasized strongly have been
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great offseason. He's real excited about the future of this team and the 2014 season." -- On if outside linebacker Koa Misi had been asked to move to middle linebacker "The offseason is a time where you experiment with a lot of different things
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the ball for virtually the entire quarter and ran a whopping 89 plays on Thursday night. So, can you blame linebacker Koa Misi (No. 55) for doing this after one play? Look closely: Sure looks like Misi is throwing up something on the field
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in practice all week. Eight other players are listed as probable, including defensive tackle Paul Soliai (ankle), safety Chris Clemons (knee and hamstring) and linebacker Koa Misi (triceps), who were all limited in practice Friday.