The Miami Dolphins new regime is about to implode before the regular season even starts.
The Dolphins are short at wide receiver, short at cornerback, and short on confidence in Joe Philbin.
The coach doesn’t want personnel moves discussed in public. The players scratch their heads about those same personnel moves.
Reggie Bush was recently asked by a Miami Herald reporter about the recent roster moves.
“It’s tough,” Bush responded.
That interview was abruptly ended by Dolphins brass.
Middle linebacker Karlos Dansby was also asked about the direction the Dolphins are headed in.
“I’ll leave that up to you all,” Dansby said on if the trade was discouraging. “I don’t know what the situation was or what occurred to cause the trade.
“He’s a great player, one of the best corners in the game. I’m not sure about the direction of the team. That’s not my place. My place is to play hard and be the leader of men.”
When asked if Philbin discusses personnel moves with some of the Dolphins Vet, Dansby again was politically correct in his answer.
“There’s nothing I can do to control that,” he said. “It’s not my place to recommend or OK a trade.”
The Miami Dolphins are in a state of flux.
I don’t think anyone is sure what the Dolphins and head coach Joe Philbin are doing.