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With left tackle Mark Dixon moving around on crutches on Monday, there is a distinct possibility he will have to sit out Sunday's showdown against the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots. And that puts Marcus Spriggs in the spotlight.

Spriggs, who replaced Dixon in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss at Kansas City, is ready for the challenge. More than that, he's looking forward to it.Remember, Spriggs figured he would be the full-time starter at left tackle this season after Brent Smith went down with a knee injury. But that all changed when the Dolphins decided to move Dixon to left tackle from left guard and insert Jamie... Recommended Stories

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