Thus far, two Dolphins — Mike Pouncey and Mike Wallace — have made the cut, ranking 91 and 92, respectively.
Pro Football Talk solicited a panel of NFL media members and asked them to submit their list of the league’s top 50 players, with the votes then being compiled to form the final list.
Wallace, a first-year Dolphin, finished his 2012 season with the Steelers with 64 receptions for 836 yards and eight touchdowns, averaging 13.1 yards per reception.
By quickly establishing himself as one of the top centers in the league, Pouncey, now entering his third season in Miami, should remain in the Pro Bowl/All-Pro discussion for years to come.
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