The Dolphins grabbed Marino with the 27th pick overall in the 1983 draft.
Marino's performance during his second year was unlike any seen in NFL history as he guided the Dolphins to a 14-2 record and a division crown.
Marino was named first- or second-team All-Pro eight times and earned All-AFC honors six times.
Marino's career totals are staggering as he completed 4,967 of 8,358 passes for 61,361 yards, and threw 420 touchdowns during his 242-game NFL career.
Marino's Hall of Fame bust.
Marino threw 20 touchdowns and recorded a 96.0 passer rating to earn Rookie of the Year honors.
Marino became the Dolphins starter in the sixth week of his rookie season
Dan became the first player ever to pass for 5,000 yards in a single season finishing with a remarkable 5,084 yards.
Dan took charge of the Dolphins' offense and guided the team to a 12-4 record and the AFC East title in his rookie year.
Marino posing with his bust during his Enshrinement.
Marino giving a speech during his Enshrinement in 2005.
Marino's Hall of Fame mural.