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Dan Marino set for Miami Dolphins return

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Miami Dolphins legendary quarterback, Dan Marino could be set for an emotional return to South Beach according to ProFootballTalk.

PFT reports Dolphins' owner Stephen Ross announced during the recent owner meetings that he would talk with Marino about a job within the organization, although he did not know what it would involve.

"Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said he will talk to Dan Marino about a potential job within the organization. But he said he has “no idea” what it might be," wrote Barry Jackson in the Miami Herald.

Marino was drafted by the Dolphins in 1983 and threw for over 61,000 yards during his time with the team. He was voted to nine Pro-Bowls but never won a Super Bowl title.

He retired from playing in 1999 but returned to the team in 2004 as Senior Vice President of football operations, a similar role to the one that John Elway holds at the Denver Broncos, however he resigned just a few weeks later citing that the role was not 'in the best interests of the organization.'

It is not clear what sort of role, if any, Marino would be interested in but after the damaging findings of the Wells report his presence at the team could provide some stability.


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