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Dive in with Miami Dolphins all-time great, OJ 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!

The Fish Tank: Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep O.J. McDuffie and Seth Levit

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Dive in with Miami Dolphins all-time great, OJ 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!

    Irving Fryar: I Should Be Dead

    Irving Fryar: I Should Be Dead

    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 arriving in Miami in 1993. Fryar instantly became a favorite target of Dan Marino and earned Pro Bowl honors in two of his three seasons with the Dolphins, on his way to reaching the league’s All-Star game four times after the age of 30.
    In The Tank, Irving candidly reveals personal challenges that lead to him making an attempt on his own life (20:15), discusses one of his more infamous plays that helped the University of Miami capture their first football National Championship (24:54), shares how he begged Don Shula to get him out of New England every time he faced the Dolphins (37:45), and brings us inside the helmet for his memorable fourth-down TD reception from Dan Marino in the Fins 1994 season opener.
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Jason Jackson: Video Did NOT Kill The Radio Star

    Jason Jackson: Video Did NOT Kill The Radio Star

    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 reporter for WSVN-TV, where he spent significant time covering the Miami Dolphins.
    In The Tank, Jason reflects upon landing on the South Florida sports landscape at the same time as his sports hero, Bernie Kosar (12:00), vividly recalls his first and only, ill-fated Dan Marino Wednesday interview (16:37), shares his “Eureka” moment found during the famous Marino “Clock Play” (19:39), explains what covering legendary Fins Head Coach Don Shula was like through the lens of electronic media (22:58), and details how the HEAT, Dwyane Wade and Shaquille O’Neal revived his broadcasting career (31:44).
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 52 min
    Kendall Langford: I’m Big On First Impressions

    Kendall Langford: I’m Big On First Impressions

    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 Tank, Kendall discusses the rich history of his home town of Petersburg, Virginia (01:25), laments over losing a 2.5 carrot diamond earring during a team practice (13:43), details a costly and frightening elevator experience that lead to a trip to then head coach Tony Sparano’s office (22:22), explains why he will never fly with Matt Roth again (28:13), and shares why he and Paul Soliai decided to carry Dolphins legend Jason Taylor off the field following the final game of the Hall of Fame defensive end’s career (36:21).
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.
     

    • 47 min
    Anthony Harris: Car For Car

    Anthony Harris: Car For Car

    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 Jimmy Johnson’s commitment to youth and speed. Harris worked his way into the starting lineup for the final three games of his rookie year and became a full-time starter in 1997. Upon retirement at the conclusion of the 1999 season, Harris remained in South Florida where he began a lifetime commitment to working with youth. 
    In The Tank, Anthony fondly recalls his rookie year in a linebacker room that included fellow rookies Zach Thomas, Larry Izzo and O.J. Brigance. He details his penchant for challenging veteran players to high stakes running races that attracted major attention from his teammates, shares the story behind the biggest moment of his career, which involved a critical fourth-down stop of Hall of Fame running back, Marcus Allen, and explains the secret behind his death grip of a handshake.
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 56 min
    John Offerdahl: Living Life Off The Grill

    John Offerdahl: Living Life Off The Grill

    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 Michigan University. It didn’t take long for the partial to become a full scholarship, nor did it take long for Offerdahl to become a four-year starter, team leader, three-time All-MAC player, and second-team All American. It was his performance in the 1986 Senior Bowl, however, that truly peaked the interest of NFL scouts as Offerdahl’s goal line stops against Heisman Trophy-winning folk hero Bo Jackson helped him earn the game’s Defensive MVP award. Don Shula’s Miami Dolphins were impressed enough to use their first selection in the NFL draft on Offerdahl and he did not disappoint. In his rookie season, Offerdahl was selected to the Pro Bowl, named a second-team All Pro, and shared NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year honors. The Pro Bowl became a second home for Offerdahl as Shula’s defensive captain was named to the all star game in each of his first five seasons. When he wasn’t knocking down running backs, Offerdahl tackled the restaurant industry, building Offerdahl’s Bagel Gourmet into a 10-store mini empire and eventually selling the business to what would become Einstein Bros. Five years after the sale, he re-entered the restaurant industry opening what is now called Offerdahl’s Off the Grill.
    In The Tank, John vividly details his head-on meetings with Bo Jackson, shares how he handled an epic Don Shula expletive-filled rant, explains how a contract hold out also may have helped prepare him for the restaurant business, and discusses how his desire for, and receptiveness to, good coaching has shaped his life in many ways.
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 59 min
    Wes Welker: Finally Somebody Did Their Homework

    Wes Welker: Finally Somebody Did Their Homework

    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 at the last minute. As a Red Raider, Welker quickly earned the nickname “The Natural” and over four years, hauled in 21 receiving touchdowns, two rushing TDs, and set then-NCAA records for punt return yards (1,761) and punt return touchdowns (8), but did not receive an invite to the NFL combine, and went undrafted in 2004. Welker signed with the San Diego Chargers as a free agent and made the team’s final 53-man roster, only to be released after the first game of the season. The Miami Dolphins signed Welker and he became an immediate cult hero in South Florida. Initially shining as a special teams standout (and still holding several team records in the kicking game), Welker quickly became a valuable contributor to the Dolphins offense as well. The New England Patriots traded for Welker prior to the 2007 season, and he rewarded them by becoming one of the most productive wide receivers in NFL history, leading the league in receptions in 2007, 2009, and 2011, earning five Pro Bowl nods, and finishing his career with 16,797 all-purpose yards and nearly 15 NFL records.
    Wes dove in with OJ and Seth prior to the 2021 NFL Draft and discussed his Cherokee heritage, explains a helmet-sized initiation into the Dolphins locker room, fondly recalls attending an outrageous bar mitzvah with Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas, shares how he pulled Tom Brady and Bill Belichick into an epic prank of fellow former Dolphin Larry Izzo, and reveals his thoughts on whether or not he deserves a bust in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    Contributors to this episode include Sean “DJ Prec” Todd and Dolphins Productions.
    Theme song created and performed by The Honorable SoLo D.

    • 1 hr

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