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Corey Webster is ready for his big opportunity, his first chance to serve as a full-time starter on the NFL level. Sam Madison is also looking forward to his big break – a chance to prove he still has it after nine mostly superb seasons in Miami.

With the third-ranked scoring offense in the league last year, a pair of Pro Bowl defensive ends and a solid linebacking unit, it's not difficult to figure out where Big Blue fell short in 2005. According to Webster, who posted 37 solo tackles and broke up five passes last season, that's a concern of the past. "Everyone's going to see a more confident, comfortable player out there... Recommended Stories

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