--CB Travis Daniels was one of the pleasant surprises of the 2005 season. But a severe ankle injury derailed his second season last year. But since having surgery this past January, he's making strides to be what he was in 2005. The secondary is really the one main concern we have on defense. If Daniels can regain his rookie form, that will fill a huge void.
--LJ Shelton is currently listed on the second team offensive line on Miami's depth chart. He wanted to know why. The answer: Too many donuts! Seriously though, this team's offensive line is scaring me. The mixing, the matching. Just pick a guy and run with it. Right now I'll settle for the dozen Samoans we just drafted last April. Samoans are big. And throw in Val Kilmer for good measure. We can get him a jersey with the name Ice-Man written on the back. That would be cool. It'd be better than the shit we're trotting out there on Saturday anyway.
--The Sun-Sentinel interviewed Adewale Ogunleye. In a related story, my neighbor neutered his dog the other day. The reason he did this is kind of interesting. You see my neighbor Steve has this dog -- his name is Poochie -- and Poochie loves to run after ice-cream trucks and, well, the other day he ... huh? What's that? You don't what? Oh, you don't give a rat's ass? Oh. Sorry.
--Former Dolphins CB Terrel Buckley is heading back to school. Back to FSU. No word yet on if he'll be re-drafted by the Packers again. That would be ideal so that, this time, we can pass on him when he decides to be a free agent.
--The Palm Beach Post's Edgar Thompson wrote a blog post covering yesterday's practice sesson. The blog has over 1,640 words in it. And how does he re-cap his Iliad-like epic blog post? With the following last line:
"I’ll be honest, I don’t know if there’s a whole lot to tell from the past two drills. The team is going half-speed, tops."
God the pre-season sucks.