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Dive in with Miami Dolphins all-time great, O.J. McDuffie, and co-host Seth Levit as the guys are joined by their friends from Dolphins Nation for conversation that ranges from thought provoking to outrageously hilarious. Whether the guest is a former Dolphins player, team personnel, or member of the South Florida sports media, when you’re in the tank you can expect some of the best stories you’ve never heard!
 
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An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast A two-sport star at Liberty University, James McKnight applied his skills from the gridiron as well as from the track during his 11-year NFL career. McKnight worked his way up the ladder, first signing as an undrafted free agent, and then serving on the practice squad before ultimately being promoted to the Seahaw…
 
An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast Irving Fryar parlayed an All-American career at the University of Nebraska into becoming the number one overall pick of the 1984 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. While Fryar was selected to one Pro Bowl during his nine seasons in New England, the 17-year pro experienced a career and personal rebirth upon arr…
 
An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast Jason Jackson is widely known to South Florida sports fans as the television host and courtside reporter for the Miami HEAT, and was recently named the NBA team’s radio play-by-play voice as well. The Ohio native and former ESPN anchor first took his talents to the Sunshine State in 1994, however, as a sports repo…
 
An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast Kendall Langford turned small college success into major results when he became the Miami Dolphins third round pick in 2008. The soft-spoken big man spent four of his 10 NFL seasons in South Florida following his career at Hampton University, bringing a physical presence to the Dolphins defensive front. In The Tan…
 
An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast Born and raised in Fort Pierce, Florida, Anthony Harris took his talents to the Southeastern Conference where he played linebacker at Auburn University. Despite his success at Auburn, Harris went undrafted in 1996 before signing with the Miami Dolphins as a free agent, benefitting from first-year Fins head coach J…
 
John Offerdahl: Living Life Off The Grill An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast One might find it hard to believe that a small-town Wisconsin kid could be come an All-Pro NFL linebacker – in Miami no less! – but that is exactly what John Offerdahl did. Offerdahl received just one Division I offer following high school, a partial scholarship to Western…
 
An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast Wes Welker has been underestimated for most of his life…and what a mistake that has been! Despite a spectacular high school career for which he was named the Oklahoma State Player of the Year as a senior, the 5-9 Welker did not receive a single college offer until a Texas Tech recruit backed out of his scholarship…
 
An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast The Emmy-nominated ESPN Reporter and “Bangy Dangy” house party legend returns to The Tank and he’s not holding back! Dissatisfied with the download ranking of his previous appearance on the show (and even more dissatisfied with the fact that Seth IS satisfied with the ranking), Darlington dives in with the same fe…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep He’s baaaack!!! Channing Crowder sets a Fish Tank record as dives in for the third time, picking up right where he left off. Since joining OJ and Seth several years ago, the former Miami Dolphins and Florida Gators linebacker has exponentially grown his own multimedia career with his role on the I AM ATHLETE Podca…
 
Damon Huard: Passing Time If there is one thing the Huard family knows, it’s quarterback play! Born in Yakima, Washington and raised in Puyallup, Damon Huard was one of three brothers (Brock and Luke) who played Division I college football, with both Damon and Brock also enjoying NFL careers. Although he finished college as the Washington Huskies’ …
 
An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast DNA Extraction proves beneficial in a multitude of areas including forensics, ancestry tracking, genetic engineering, and in the case of the Ferguson family…long snapping ability! While big brother, Reid, may have set the tone, Blake Ferguson has clearly flexed his long snapping genetics, helping the LSU Tigers to…
 
An Official Miami Dolphins Podcast Take one look at Raekwon Davis’ imposing 6-7, 330 lb presence and it’s hard to imagine a scenario where he did not stand out in a crowd. It wasn’t until Alabama head coach Nick Saban stumbled upon the Meridian, Mississippi native, however, that Davis transformed from virtual unknown to a starter on the Crimson Tid…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Born and raised in East St. Louis, Ill., Bryan Cox attended Western Illinois University where he was named as a first-team All-America selection by the Football Gazette as a senior. Cox was drafted in the fifth round of the 1991 NFL Draft by the Miami Dolphins and made an immediate impact, starting 13 games as a r…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Olindo Mare was born in South Florida and attended Cooper City High School, less than five miles away from the Miami Dolphins Training Facility in Davie, where he would spend a decade rewriting the team’s record books. Mare’s journey to reach his destiny was not a traditional one, however. The son of Italian immig…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Born and raised in Los Angeles, Jordan found a home with the street gang, The Bloods, around the same time he found football. Despite being shot, spending time in jail, and playing less than one season at Long Beach City College, he worked his way on to the Los Angeles Raiders roster in 1993 and enjoyed an eight-y…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep While working as an artist in the Miami Herald newsroom in the early 1970s, Dave Cross took up photography as a hobby and began shooting Miami Dolphins games. Dave’s hobby developed into a passion, which ultimately led to a job offer from the NFL franchise. In 1984, Cross accepted and became the Dolphins’ official…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Raised in Oakland, California, Davone Bess starred at Skyline High School under the direction of Oakland area coaching legend, John Beam. Bess received a scholarship offer to Oregon State, however a post-graduation arrest led to the loss of his scholarship and more than a year in the Byron Boys Ranch Juvenile Faci…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep While not widely recruited out of Tuscaloosa High School, a chance film room discovery by Bear Bryant led to Bob Baumhower playing on the defensive line for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Baumhower helped lead the Tide to a 31-4 record during his college career while earning consecutive All-SEC honors in 1975 and 1976.…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Standing 6 ft. 5 in. and weighing more than 230 pounds, Brandon Marshall looks more defensive end than wide receiver, which is exactly why he was nicknamed “The Beast” during his prolific 13-year NFL career. Another reason for this moniker is his monstrous stat line, which includes 970 receptions for 12,351 yards …
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A native of Reserve, Louisiana, A.J. Duhe followed a legendary high school career by becoming one of the top players in the Southeastern Conference at LSU. In 1977, the Miami Dolphins selected Duhe with the 13th overall pick in the first round of the NFL Draft and he did not disappoint, tallying 83 tackles and sev…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep After turning down Harvard to walk on at Stanford, Greg Camarillo signed with the San Diego Chargers as an undrafted free agent in 2005. While with the Chargers, Camarillo was relegated to special teams duties, however in 2007, former Chargers offensive coordinator, Cam Cameron, took the helm in Miami and claimed …
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Born in Detroit, Bart Scott overcame long odds to star at Southern Illinois University. Scott was not selected in the 2002 NFL Draft and eventually signed with the Baltimore Ravens, quickly becoming a special teams standout. Following a Ray Lewis injury in 2005, Scott saw his playing time and production increase, …
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Keith Jackson, a 2001 College Football Hall of Fame inductee, played for the University of Oklahoma from 1984 to 1987, twice earning consensus All-America honors, while also helping the Sooners earn a National Championship in 1985. Buddy Ryan and the Philadelphia Eagles made Jackson the 13th overall selection in t…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A three-year starter at Ole Miss, Todd Wade snagged first-team All-SEC and second-team All-America honors his senior season before the Miami Dolphins selected him in the second round of the 2000 NFL Draft (the team’s first draft choice that year). Wade immediately became a fixture at right tackle for the Dolphins,…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A Baltimore native who played his college football in Warren, New Jersey, Keith Sims would go on to enjoy a standout career as a left guard at Iowa Sate University, which would ultimately land him in the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame. In 1990, looking to bolster their offensive line and protect franchise quarter…
 
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