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January 26, 2012
 

Hey Joe…

Joe Philbin has taken the helm as the Miami Dolphins Head Coach and I get a good feeling about it. Priority #1 is that we need a quaterback and from the news reports it looks like we’re making the right moves, both internally and on the field. Good Luck Coach!

 



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