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Steelers safety Clark says 'no one' wants to play for Dolphins

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Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark took a shot at the Dolphins' inability to land free agents Sunday on Twitter, per ProFootballTalk.com. Responding to a fan who claimed no one wants to sign with Miami, Clark wrote: "No one! To believe I almost went there but it was easy decision not to."

Clark considered playing for the Dolphins in 2010, even paying them a visit, before re-signing with the Steelers.

Clark had an answer when someone wondered why the Dolphins had such poor results.

"It's my honest opinion. Not a good guy making decisions," he tweeted, seemingly referring to general manager Jeff Ireland.

And, a few minutes later: "Done w talk of the Dolphins. Good luck to their team. Their are some good men working hard to win games ON the field."

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