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Charles Clay Enters 2014 NFL Season as League's Best Secret Weapon

Cary Williams: Nasty as ever

Virgen: Ballentine happy to be honored

July 2014

Charles Clay Enters 2014 NFL Season as League's Best Secret Weapon

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill dropped back from under center and executed a picture-perfect play-action fake. Tight end Charles Clay, lined up at the fullback position in an offset I-formation, darted toward the sideline before rounding off his route as he raced toward the end zone, breaking past the coverage of Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill. Tannehill delivered a pristine pass that hit Clay in stride for a 29-yard touchdown.

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July 2014

The Curious Case of Charles Clay

One of most Miami's most dangerous weapons appeared out of no-where last year... but what do the Miami Dolphins really have in Charles Clay?

 

 

 

 

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July 2014

Virgen: Ballentine happy to be honored

Stan Morrison, a former college basketball coach, brought the house down during the annual All-Star Lowsman Banquet, honoring Mr. Irrelevant Lonnie Ballentine, the final pick of the NFL Draft.

 

 

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July 2014

A Steady Climb For Alfred Blue

It is not often NFL teams can add a college running back with low wear and tear on his body, and that is exactly what Blue is for the Texans. Sharing carries with Jeremy Hill, Terrence Magee and Kenny Hillard at LSU, Blue had only 71 carries in 2013, the third most carries from the running backs.

 

 

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