As we all prepare to reflect on the things we're thankful for (not to mention pigging out on every savory food that's ever been associated with the holiday only to top it off with every pie flavor in existence), let's take a moment to see what it is our Miami Dolphins players are thankful, and remember that even though we see them play and talk on TV, they're still very much human beings, with just as much to be thankful for as any of us.
Linebacker Jerome Baker: “My family, my health and to be able to make the most of the dream I’m living.”
Tight end Mike Gesicki: “Family, my teammates and the opportunity to do what I love most every day.”
Running back Kalen Ballage: “I’m thankful for God, for my family and for this chance I get to play the game I love.”
Linebacker Quentin Poling: "Thankful for the huge supporting cast I have back home, through middle school, high school, college, all my friends, family, coaches, everyone's been behind me 100% to help me get to my dream where I am now."
Kicker Jason Sanders: "I have a great family, every day I'm thankful for what I have, what I'm able to do in life. I'm able to call myself a Miami Dolphin and go home to a great family."
Punter Matt Haack: "Definitely my friends, family, honestly just the whole opportunity I've been given with the Dolphins and everything, but for sure family. I wouldn't be here without my family."
Linebacker Mike Hull: "I'm thankful for my family every day, grew up with a great support system. All the opportunities I've been given in my life, and to be in the position I'm in right now."
Linebacker Stephone Anthony: "My family. I got a five year old daughter, mom, dad, thankful for my brothers and sisters, the normal."
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