As NFL fans and Miami Dolphins fans, we are all very happy to see Training Camp has started. Regular season games are not that far away, and this nation has become a Football crazied nation.
There is a buzz and feel about the Dolphins that has not been around this team in a long time, and there is an anticipation for the season as fans are anxious to see what this revamped young Dolphins team can do in 2013.
Training Camp and the preseason will be key for the Dolphins, as Miami bought in many new players via free agency and the NFL Draft. This is a young team that will be trying to form cohesive units on the offensive line and secondary, units were major changes took place. The wide receiving corps was rebuilt as well as the tight end corps, so forming chemistry between Ryan Tannehill and his new weapons will be very important. Miami will also be featuring a new starting RB, as Lamar Miller has taken over that role.
With that said, it also brings a nervous time for fans, coaches and general managers for NFL teams. Preseason and Training Camp also brings injuries, and in some case MAJOR injuries. Philadelphia just lost starting WR Jeremy Maclin for the year with a torn ACL, and for Maclin, it is even more devastating, as he will be a free agent at the end of the season. The NFL Champion Baltimore Ravens lost starting TE Dennis Pita for the year with a disclocated hip. This a big lost for the Ravens, and it is an even bigger lost for a team that traded away Anquan Boldin during the offseason. No player was targeted more by Joe Flacco with the exception of Boldin, who is now a San Francisco 49er.
As happy as we are to see the NFL back, this time of the year for NFL teams and fans is always a very nervous time of the year. Here hoping the Dolphins can make it thru without any major injuries.
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