Do you want to know what kind of shape John Jerry looks like he's in?
Do you want to know my thoughts on Clyde Gates?
Do you want to know which quarterback looked better during the first day of the Dolphins' veteran minicamp?
Do you want to know why the Dolphins cannot afford to lose Cameron Wake? (This one is troubling because he's threatening to sit out if he doesn't get a contract extension and the Dolphins are holding fast to the idea he's not going to be paid what the best NFL pass rushers are paid.)
But the look of the Miami defense without Wake is not good. Jamaal Westerman? Really?
All these issues will be discussed on my radio show, Armando and Perkins, this morning from 6 to 10 a.m.
Meanwhile, we must congratulate coach Joe Philbin for his first Dolphins practice. In that practice, I was taken aback by Miami's need in the deep secondary. Chris Clemons and Reshad Jones, neither of whom has locked down the starting free safety job in previous years, are the assumed answers in Miami's deep secondary.
And as far as leadership is concerned, well, the loss of Yeremiah Bell is being felt.
“Y.B. has been the leader around here for a long time and to not see him is definitely strange,” said cornerback Nolan Carroll. “But we’ve got to adjust to it and grow from it as a group. There aren’t a ton of guys capable of [filling his shoes] in terms of leadership. But that’s why we’re out here — to find them.”