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The Buffalo Bills could go with a group of former Dolphins as their captains.

Could the Buffalo Bills go with a group of former Dolphins as their captains on Sunday?

Rex Ryan chooses his captains on a game-to-game basis On Sunday afternoon, don't be surprised if the Buffalo Bills captains are all former members of the Miami Dolphins.The current team features quite a few Dolphins, so don't be surprised if the following players go to mid-field to start the game. Here's a look at current Bills who spent time with the Dolphins.

Richie Incognito: The offensive guard spent four seasons in Miami (2010-2013). Incognito was named to the Pro Bowl once during his time with the Dolphins (2012). His tenure with the team ended with unceremoniously after Ted Wells found that Incognito and others harassed Jonathan Martin.

Charles Clay: Miami drafted Clay in the sixth round of the 2011 draft. He spent the first four seasons of his career with Miami before joining the Bills in free agency. During his time in Miami, Clay caught 161 passes for 1,809 yards and 14 touchdowns.

Dan Carpenter: Carpenter spent the first five seasons of his NFL career in Miami. After being released by the Dolphins, Carpenter joined the Bills.

Chris Hogan: Hogan gained some notoriety during his stint in Miami. He was featured on Hard Knocks and it was where the nickname 7-11 was born.

Marcus Thigpen: Thigpen spent the 2012 and 2013 seasons with the Dolphins. 

We'll have to wait and see if the Bills use all of their former Dolphins as captains on Sunday, but it's almost expected that Ryan will choose the former Fins.

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