The Ticket is committed to bringing you great Miami Dolphins coverage all season long. Listen before each Dolphins game for former Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver Oronde Gadsden, Miami Herald columnist Greg Cote, and our own Eric Reed before the game to break it down for you.

They'll be joined by ESPN's John Clayton to bring you all the NFL news of the week.

Oronde Gadsden is a 6'3", 220-lb. wide receiver from Winston-Salem State University. He's played for the Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Frankfurt Galaxy of NFLE. He also played for the Arena Football League's Portland Dragons where he won Rookie of the Year before signing as a free agent with the Miami Dolphins. Gadsden is credited with catching the last touchdown ever thrown by Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino. His first career reception was a 44-yard touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts.

Between 1998 and 2004 Gadsden would play a pivotal role in the Dolphins offense, amassing over 3200 yards. When he left he had 23 Touchdowns and was 10th on the all-time receiver list.

Gadsden is well-known for his impressive one-hand catches. The most famous against the Jets on an across-the-middle one-handed catch from Jay Fiedler, and in the 2001 playoffs against the Oakland Raiders in which Gadsden reached up and caught the pass one-handed in full stride while falling backwards

Greg Cote is a Herald sports columnist known for his wit and sharp insight. He's covered the Dolphins, UM Football, and major events including Super Bowls, the World Cup and Barcelona Olympics. Greg and his infamous 'Upset Bird' present the ever-popular NFL predictions page every Friday during football season.

You can read Greg Cote's columns in the Miami Herald every week, and you can also hear him every Tuesday at 4:20pm on "The Dan LeBatard Show" right here on The Ticket.

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