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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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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…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Jason Cole is a Pro Football Hall of Fame selector who has covered the NFL since 1992, when he began as a Miami Dolphins beat reporter for the Sun-Sentinel. In addition to the Sentinel, he has worked for The Miami Herald, Yahoo! Sports, Bleacher Report, and Fansided, where he served as Editor in Chief. Cole has au…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Following a stand-out career at Arizona State University, Trace Armstrong played his final season at the University of Florida, where he was recognized as a first-team All-American. Armstrong was selected by the Chicago Bears as the 11th overall pick in the 1989 NFL Draft and he joined a defensive line that featur…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A South Florida native, Twan Russell played football and ran track at St. Thomas Aquinas High School before playing college ball at the University of Miami and ultimately having the opportunity to play professionally in his hometown as a member of the Miami Dolphins, where he was a special teams standout. Followin…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A California native, Manny Fernandez went undrafted out of the University of Utah, signing with the fledgling Miami Dolphins franchise in 1968 under then head coach, George Wilson. Fernandez was voted the Dolphins Outstanding Defensive Lineman his first five seasons with the team but his game began to raise to ano…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep For the past 30 years, Dave Hyde has covered sports for the South Florida Sun Sentinel, providing perspective on everything from Little League Baseball to Dwyane Wade lead championship runs with the Miami Heat, and of course, Miami Dolphins football. This year, Hyde was named one of the top 10 sports columnists in…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep The Miami Dolphins had high hopes for Richmond Webb when they selected him out of Texas A&M with the ninth overall pick of the 1990 draft and the left tackle not only met, but greatly exceeded all expectations. Charged with protecting Dan Marino’s blindside, Webb was an instant starter on the Dolphins offensive li…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep One of the more outspoken and boisterous players to don a Dolphins uniform in the past 25 years, Ray Lucas’ story always comes back to his native Harrison, New Jersey. A heavily recruited high school athlete, Lucas turned away the suitors to stay home and attend Rutgers University. From 1992-95, Lucas became one o…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A two-sport athlete at Dartmouth College, Jay Fiedler set school records for touchdown passes (58), passing yards (6,684), and total offense (7,249) with the Ivy League program while receiving his degree in Mechanical Engineering. His National Football League journey didn’t start quite as smoothly, however, with a…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Larry Izzo overcame long odds as an undersized linebacker from Rice University who landed an opportunity as an undrafted free agent with Jimmy Johnson’s Miami Dolphins in 1996. Izzo not only made the roster that year, but he quickly became a fan favorite and leader of the Dolphins special teams unit over the cours…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep The decorated football career of Ricky Williams is the stuff of legend, featuring an NCAA career rushing record, the 1998 Heisman Trophy, becoming the first player ever to represent a National Football League team’s entire draft class in 1999, and an NFL rushing title in 2002. It is Williams’s enigmatic personalit…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep There simply aren’t enough words to describe the magnitude of Don Shula’s impact on the Miami Dolphins, South Florida, and the entire National Football League, but leave it to The Fish Tank to give it a shot. As no single individual has been discussed more in The Tank, Juice and Seth look back on some of their fav…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Joy Taylor’s quick wit and sharp tongue serve her well as co-host of one of the top-rated sports talk shows in the country, The Herd, on FOX Sports Radio and FS1. When she’s not joining Colin Cowherd in the studio, you can also catch her unique takes on the world of sports through her weekly podcast, “Maybe I’m Cr…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Armando Salguero has covered the Miami Dolphins and the NFL since 1990, longer than many players on the current roster have been alive, and since many coaches on the team were in middle school. He is one of 48 Pro Football Hall of Fame selectors and is an Associated Press All-Pro and awards voter. Salguero has cov…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep There were many factors that contributed to the 1972 Miami Dolphins perfect 17-0 record. One reason was their fearsome rushing attack that helped Miami become the first team in NFL history to feature two backs who each rushed for 1,000 yards in the same season. Those two backs were Pro Football Hall of Fame fullba…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A multi-sport star in his native New Jersey, Jim Kiick went on to lead the Wyoming Cowboys in rushing from 1965-67 becoming the first player ever to earn first-team All-WAC honors three times. Kiick was selected by the then-AFL’s Miami Dolphins in the fifth round of the 1968 draft. He quickly forged a bond with La…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Following a standout career at the University of Kentucky, running back Mark Higgs wasn’t selected until the eighth round of the 1988 NFL Draft, in part due to his small stature, standing only 5 feet 7 inches tall. Higgs moved on to Philadelphia after only one year in Dallas, and then a year later joined the Miami…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Now at the midway point of the 2019 NFL season, OJ and Seth highlight some of their favorite moments from Season II. Hear Jason Taylor vividly detail his fight against former Dolphins offensive lineman and Fish Tank guest, John Bock. ESPN reporter, Jeff Darlington, shares some of the trade secrets he perfected whi…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Morlon Greenwood ultimately moved to Freeport, NY where he excelled at soccer and was a state championship wrestler before being convinced to try out for the Freeport High School football team. Greenwood’s talents on the gridiron did not go unnoticed as he received a scholarship to Syrac…
 
William Judson was drafted by the Miami Dolphins out of South Carolina State in the eighth round of the 1981 NFL Draft. Originally a long shot to even make the team, Judson went on to start in 106 of the 115 games he played for Miami over eight seasons, hauling in 24 interceptions, including two he returned for touchdowns. In The Tank, William talk…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Kendall Newson’s story is a different one than that of previous guests in The Tank. Newson was a seventh round draft choice of the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2002 and chased opportunities with the Jaguars, Titans and Rhein Fire before landing with the Dolphins in 2003. Newson worked his way from practice squad player…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A Warren, Ohio native, Ralph Stringer put together an All-American resume at NC State as a defensive back and kick returner before a freak injury derailed his playing career. After hanging up his cleats for good, Stringer began another all-star career, this time in the sports marketing industry. It was during this…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A Georgia native, Randy McMichael was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL Draft following a standout career with the University of Georgia Bulldogs. McMichael quickly made an impact in Miami, hauling in a 16-yard touchdown pass from Jay Fiedler in his first regular season game. In fiv…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep **We apologize for the technical challenges we experienced with this episode. The sound quality does not meet our standards, but Larry's stories are as fantastic as ever** Larry Seiple was a seventh-round draft choice of the Miami Dolphins in 1967 and went on to play 11 seasons with the team as a punter, halfback …
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Miami native, Randal Hill, stayed home after a standout career at Miami Killian High School to help the University of Miami capture National Championships in 1987 and 1989. Two years later, the Miami Dolphins made Hill their first-round draft choice, selecting him number 23 overall in the 1991 Draft. Randal’s eigh…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Bobby Monica joined the Miami Dolphins as a member of the team’s Equipment Staff in 1980. After four seasons as an assistant, he was named the head man and for the next nine years, established himself as one of the most popular and most memorable characters in the organization of all time. Stints in Jacksonville a…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep One of two first-round draft choices by the Miami Dolphins in 1976, Kim Bokamper spent his entire 10-year NFL career in aqua and orange, including a Pro Bowl bid in 1979. Bokamper started at defensive end for the Dolphins in two Super Bowls and was widely known as a member of the famed Killer B’s defense. In The T…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Following a standout career at the University of Wisconsin, Chris Chambers left his snow boots and winter coats behind, as he became the Miami Dolphins second-round draft choice in 2001. Chambers averaged 18.4 yards per reception and hauled in seven TDs as a rookie, setting the tone for things to come. Over the ne…
 
Jeff Darlington is an Emmy-nominated national television reporter with ESPN, best known for his work on NFL Countdown and SportsCenter. Prior to joining the World Wide Leader, Darlington worked with NFL Network and NFL.com but he cut his teeth in the National Football League as a beat writer for The Miami Herald covering the Miami Dolphins. In The …
 
For the first time in history, current players from the Miami Dolphins roster dive in The Tank! After OJ and Seth recount some of their favorite training camp memories, they are joined by four different active Dolphins players. Pro Bowl long snapper, John Denney, is first to the mic and tries to clear up some stories Jason Taylor shared in the prev…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Once considered an undersized project from Akron University, Jason Taylor went on to become the most storied defender in Miami Dolphins history and as dynamic of a defensive playmaker that the National Football League had ever seen. As a pass rusher, Taylor shattered the Dolphins sack record and finished his caree…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Season One comes to a close as OJ and Seth reflect on more classic Fish Tank moments. There is no reason to dig through your archives when the guys have done it for you! Do you remember when Ronnie Brown had to carry Ricky Williams? And we don’t mean during a game! How about Troy Stradford taking on Bruce Smith, o…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Troy Drayton enjoyed a standout career at Penn State University from 1989-1992, teaming with our very own OJ McDuffie. A second round selection of the Los Angeles Rams in the 1993 NFL draft, Drayton played three seasons and three games for the Rams before Jimmy Johnson traded for the tight end in 1996. Troy would …
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep You’ve heard him in the background of nearly every one of our episodes, but DJ Prec isn’t just the producer of The Fish Tank. The artist formerly known as Sean Todd was a member of the Miami Dolphins Football Operations staff from 1995 to 2000, working for the likes of Don Shula, Jimmy Johnson and Dave Wannstedt. …
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Making a return to The Tank, former Dolphins Security Chief, Stu Weinstein, provides insight as to how he helped the team prepare for drafts for decades, providing hundreds of player background checks. Stu sheds some light on what he told coaches and personnel men about players including Randy Moss, Channing Crowd…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A South Florida native, Calvin Jackson was a member of the storied Dillard High School football program that sent five of its star players to Auburn University in the early 90’s. Jackson played just two college seasons, helping lead the Tigers to an 11-0 record in 1993 before leaving Auburn to pursue his NFL caree…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep A first round draft choice by the Green Bay Packers out of North Carolina in 1998, Vonnie Holliday enjoyed a 15-year career in the National Football League before retiring at the conclusion of the 2012 season. Vonnie spent five years in Green Bay and two seasons in Kansas City, but it was former Miami Dolphins hea…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Following a standout career at Auburn University, Ronnie Brown was selected by the Miami Dolphins as the number 2 overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, making him then-Dolphins Head Coach Nick Saban’s first-ever draft choice. Brown played six seasons in Miami, rushing for 4,815 yards (career-high 1,008 in 2006), ave…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep From the moment he was featured on the Luther “Luke” Campbell track “Scarred,” Trick Daddy instantly became a staple in the Miami music scene. After singing to Slip-N-Slide records, Trick released back-to-back albums, receiving national acclaim and climbing to the third spot on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart …
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Troy Stradford was a fourth-round draft choice of the Miami Dolphins in 1987. Only 5-9, the running back out of Boston College made up for a lack of size with tremendous speed, vision and confidence. After beating out former first-round draft choice Lorenzo Hampton to become Miami’s starting running back, Stradfor…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep When the Miami Dolphins traded into the second round of the 1998 draft to select Patrick Surtain out of Southern Mississippi, they landed a player who, along with Sam Madison, would form the most formidable cornerback duo in team history. Surtain would go on to play seven seasons in Miami, the last three of which …
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Harvey Greene is a sports public relations legend having worked with the likes of George Steinbrenner, Don Shula, and World B. Free. Dolphins’ fans know Harvey best, of course, for his nearly 30 years of service as the team’s VP of Media Relations, where he not only worked with Shula, but Dan Marino, Jimmy Johnson…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Tony Nathan broke racial barriers at Woodlawn High School in Birmingham, Alabama before helping legendary coach Bear Bryant and the Crimson Tide capture a National Championship in 1978. The following year, he was a third-round draft choice of the Miami Dolphins and made an immediate impact, garnering First Team Al…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Mark Duper was selected by the Miami Dolphins in the second round of the 1982 NFL Draft. A year later, he was joined by Dan Marino and Mark Clayton, and the trio never looked back, lighting up the Dolphins record books for the next decade. Duper played 11 seasons for the Dolphins and was selected to the Pro Bowl o…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Mark Clayton landed in Miami as an unheralded eighth-round draft choice in 1983, a member of the same draft class as Dan Marino. Following a quiet rookie season, Clayton joined Marino in re-writing NFL record books, hauling in 18 of Marino’s 48 touchdown passes to set a new single-season league record. Clayton pai…
 
Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep Adewale Ogunleye signed with the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted rookie free agent defensive end in 2000 after a severe knee injury derailed a promising college career at Indiana. Once healthy, Ogunleye proved he was an absolute steal, starting opposite Jason Taylor and registering 9.5 sacks in 2002 and an AFC lead…
 
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