NEWS AND NOTES

RB Leonard Henry

The Dolphins have high hopes for running back Leonard Henry, and his performance so far in NFL Europe certainly has been very encouraging. In other news, the 2004 NFL schedule will be released on Wednesday.

After being named the league's Offensive Player of the Week in the opening weekend of action, Henry came back with another strong effort in Week 2.

Henry carried 16 times for 63 yards and a touchdown and also caught four passes as he helped Frankfurt beat Cologne to move to 2-0.

Here's what the other seven Dolphins in NFL Europe did last weekend:

WR Ronald Bellamy, Scottish Claymore: Started, caught two passes for 30 yards in a 20-10 loss to Frankfurt.

WR Nick Davis, Scottish Claymore: Started, caught one pass for 23 yards, and also returned four kickoffs for 92 yards.

LB Brenden Givan, Berlin: Started, finished with a team-high eight tackles and also had two passes defensed in a 28-17 victory over Amsterdam.

WR Carl Morris, Cologne: Started, had three catches for 53 yards against Frankfurt.

CB Alphonso Roundtree, Scottish Claymores: Had three tackles vs. Rhein.

QB Clint Stoerner, Amsterdam: Started, completed 30 of 40 passes for 329 yards and touchdown (107.2 rating) in the loss to Berlin.

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The schedule will be unveiled Wednesday, and you can expect the Dolphins to open the season at home Sept. 12 and to once again get their share of national television appearances.

For one thing, it's almost a given the Dolphins will have a Monday night home game in December. They've had one each of the last three years and should be good enough next season to merit another one.

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