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Ireland, Philbin discuss Dolphins Friday haul of draft talent

This is how it works: The Dolphins work the entire day at trying to improve their roster during the NFL draft and after all the rounds are complete -- rounds two and three were held Friday -- then both general manager Jeff ireland and coach Joe Philbin leave the team war room and meet with the media.

That meeting on Friday happened around 10:45 p.m. and the two men discussed the additions of Boise State cornerback Jamar Taylor, Tennessee offensive lineman Dallas Thomas and Utah State cornerback Willie Davis.

This is what was said:

Jeff Ireland

(Opening remarks) – “Good evening.  So we obviously gave up the 42nd pick yesterday when we met for Dion (Jordan). So at (selection) 54 we took Jamar Taylor, a cornerback from Boise State.  Great kid.  Prototypical size and speed.  Very smart.  Very physical.  Can play inside and outside.  So we’re very happy to have him.   We took Dallas Thomas at (selection) 77 from Tennessee.  He’s played guard, he’s played tackle.  He’s very versatile.  I’ll let Coach (Joe Philbin) address where he plans on playing him.  But, you know, big, big physical kid.  I’m looking forward to having him on the team.  We traded the 82nd pick and then back into the third round with Green Bay and selected Will Davis, another cornerback out of Utah State.  Another prototypical left cornerback that can play inside and outside.  Very skilled athlete.  Doesn’t have a lot of experience.  He’s kind of been through the junior college route.  Really came on the scene this year.  Played at the Senior Bowl.  Had a great look at him there and looking forward to him to developing fast.  So at that point I will open to any questions.  Then, obviously the trade that tonight (sent), Davone Bess to Cleveland.  As I told you last night, it was kind of a dead issue as I left the building yesterday.  It heated back up again today and we went ahead and did the trade."

(On the rationale behind trading out of the third round and then later trading back into it)– “Well, we had a couple of players there and when you have a couple of players you feel like there’s value there that you know you’re going to get one so we traded back (and) picked up (an) additional fourth.  (We) saw some corners go off, you know there, and I felt like we need to go back in there and get him.  So that’s what happened.  Lost a couple of players on board at that point and felt like we needed to go back in and get him."

(On what stood out about Jamar Taylor)– “Well, like I said, he’s a great kid.  You know what you love about him is he’s very smart.  He’s very physical.  He’s got very good ball skills.  He plays with a great awareness, instinct and so just a combination of all the things he can bring the intelligence, the character, the speed, the physicality, the ball skills. Those are all things that obviously we covet in a cornerback position.  And I felt like he had those things.  Specifically after combine, I mean we put everybody on the board and so I don’t think there was anything out of the ordinary."

(On if Dallas Thomas will play guard or tackle) – “I’m going to let coach address where he’s going to play him, but I think he can play either way."

(On needing to create more takeaways and how Taylor and Will Davis will help with that)- “I think both Will and Jamar have very good ball skills.  Taylor is very physical.  He can get it out.  He can go up and get it or he can knock it out with forced fumbles and PBU’s (pass breakups) and Will, he’s kind of a very, very good at getting the ball out from a PBU standpoint.  Both those guys have very good ball skills in my opinion.  I think they’re both going to be play makers."

(On why he traded Davone Bess) – “Why trade Davone Bess? Well obviously we did some things in the offseason that made us feel a lot better about the position. I’ll let coach (Head Coach Joe Philbin) address some of the things as well, but we feel very good about the group we have with Mike (Wallace) and Brandon (Gibson) and Brian (Hartline) and Rishard (Matthews), so it felt like we had a little bit of value there that we could move on from. I wish Davone the best actually."

(On whether the Brandon Albert trade is still on the table) – “You know, never say never. I mean I don’t want to lead you guys on to anything, but I don’t think that’s going to really amount to much. I’ll give you my personal opinion. Like I said there is really nothing more to it today than there was yesterday."

(On whether Will Davis is more of a project and if he can play some safety) – “I don’t believe (so). I see Will as more of a corner. I think he can play inside and outside, but his corner skill set is probably not that of a safety. I think he is more of a corner. And is he more of a project? I think guys develop in different stages in their career. Obviously with his experience level you would think that he may be a little bit of a developmental player, but I think the guy has the skill set to play in this league. I think that with the great coaching that we have and the players around him, he will develop fast."

(On whether he feels that he has his five starters on the offensive line with Dallas Thomas now in the fold) – “Well that’s yet to be determined. He's going to be one of the guys that is competing for a spot. I feel very good about where Dallas is going to play, but coach is going to say, ‘hey it’s a competitive position,’ obviously, and we may not be done yet. We’ll see."

(On what he saw in Dallas Thomas that made him think he can help this offensive line) – “We spent a lot of time watching him play in 2011 and 2012. I personally made a school call there, and I love the versatility. In certain games he can play guard, he can play tackle. Obviously the versatility. When you see a big guy that can pull and move his feet and play guard and tackle on the left side, that’s pretty unique. So obviously the versatility was one component."

(On whether he thought he was going to revamp the defensive backfield going into tonight) – “Not necessarily. You don’t really know how the board is going to fall. Obviously I thought this was a pretty good corner draft and that’s basically how the board fell. You had some good corners on the board and they’re core positions; the corner position, the tackle position, the guard position and obviously defensive end. Again I think they are prototypical players, size players, they’re very good character guys, and they are core position players."

(On his comments earlier about there being a position that he really liked, and whether he addressed that position today or has yet to do so) – “Well today is over, and I liked today, so I’m going to like tomorrow too. But, it was a certain area of the draft that I certainly liked today for sure. It was more or less the second round, but a lot of players were picked off our board just about where we had them. It was a good day. I feel really good about it."

Joe Philbin

(On Dallas Thomas’ versatility) - “Same thing Jeff said – we watched on film both years. Obviously, this year, he primarily played at the left guard and the year before tackle. So we like his versatility. We liked his athleticism. We thought he had a pretty good technique and I think he has a bright future. He’s a fluid athlete. We like his size and we thought he was well-coached at Tennessee. So we’ll see. We’re going to start him on the left side. I’m not sure where yet. We’ve got to see how the weekend unfolds and take a look at things, but we’re excited about him."

(On how the competition Thomas faced at Tennessee helps him transition to the NFL) -  “Yeah, it’s good film to watch. We threw on last year, we watch him against South Carolina, at LSU. This year, I think we watched him against Florida, Georgia and those type of teams. You get a look at him against different fronts, different schemes. It’s a great coaches league, the SEC. So I thought we got a good look at him."

(On his thoughts on trading Davone Bess) - “I wish him the best of luck in Cleveland. He worked his tail off for us. He played well and he had a great attitude the two weeks in the offseason program and I wish him well."

(On if he doesn’t know yet where he wants Thomas to play) - “We’ll see. You’ve got to get your hands on people a little bit. We’ve seen him play both positions. I think he’s got ability at both spots. We’ll see how the depth chart unfolds."

(On if he feels good about the defensive backfield)  -  “I like the two players that we took today, absolutely. I like them a lot."

(On if Thomas is polished at both guard and tackle)- “He’s a pretty good technique player. Like I said, I think Harry Hiestand did a very good job with him. I think Sam Pittman was his line coach this year. Those guys are very, very good college football coaches and you can see that on the tape. He takes a good first step typically. He’s not perfect. He has good hand usage and we like those things about him. He moves fluidly. It doesn’t look like he’s real herky-jerky. We think he has a chance."

(On why Tennessee wouldn’t keep Thomas at tackle) - “Again, I didn’t coach Tennessee. You’d have to ask those guys."

(On if he talked to Tennessee’s coaches about why they moved Thomas around)

Philbin: “I didn’t really ask that question."

Ireland: “They had a young recruit that they really liked and they were moving him from tackle to guard as well.”

 

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"The guy is very inconsistent but the talent is there. He looks comfortable playing close to the LOS and he appears to have a knack for challenging the pass at the highest point it's catchable. He looks worse than Sean Smith with his tackling though and gets pushed away from run plays by WR's."

Woodshed,

Ireland is looking for CB's than can make plays on the football & force turnovers which is a GOOD THING. Clearly Sean Smith was not THAT guy. I'm not even sure Smith is going to be a starter in KC.

We are seeing Rex Ryan's last year as a HC, maybe ever. The Jet's are totally dysfunctional and they will be lucky to win 5 games this year. The Bills are a mess. I don't buy any of this tough schedule talk. Poor teams have tough schedules and good teams have easier schedules, you define your own schedule.

There is no reason, no acceptable reason, for the fins not to make the playoffs this year. Anything less will be an abject failure.

We are seeing Rex Ryan's last year as a HC, maybe ever. The Jet's are totally dysfunctional and they will be lucky to win 5 games this year. The Bills are a mess. I don't buy any of this tough schedule talk. Poor teams have tough schedules and good teams have easier schedules, you define your own schedule.

There is no reason, no acceptable reason, for the fins not to make the playoffs this year. Anything less will be an abject failure.

Bodine,

Exactly. Excuses are for losers.

YG,

Good point @11:22am. I see it the same way.

Only thing I wonder is if they might try using Davis a bit a FS. We'll have to see.

But of course ESPN is right now talking about the Jets as one of the best drafts so far.

Milliner was a good pick at 9 though.

This secondary actually got off very light last season. Check 2012's schedule vs 2013's schedule for yourselves. We will come under much more potent machine gun fire this season than last season. For far more games too.

If Ireland hadn't done what he's thus far done in this draft(qb pressure/cb's). No matter how much offense we drafted, we weren't going to outscore any damn body except for maybe 2 games against the Jets, 2 against Buffalo, and the 1 game against Cleveland.

Speaking of Cleveland, had Ireland not did what he's done so far, maybe even Davon Bess catches 2 tds against us. LOL...

WHPs,

Come on man. The Chiefs just gave Smith big money. Of course he's going to be a starter. You don't pay a guy that kind of money not to start.

However, I suspect over time his play will cause him to move towards the bench. Just my gut feeling.

Carroll was horrible trying to play nickel, and pretty much a non factor playing dime. Therefore, I believe Carrol's dime position is now there for the immediate taking. I would be very surprised if Will Davis does not immediately take Carroll's dime package spot.

Its going to be crazy sick to see all of the things Coyle will be able to do with Dion Jordan. Oregon didn't even scratch the surface with this kids great ability.

I believe Dion Jordan has hof'er written all over him.

I can imagine Coyle feels like a kid in a candy store right about now.

"But of course ESPN is right now talking about the Jets as one of the best drafts so far.

Milliner was a good pick at 9 though."

Rick,

I would have preferred Milliner over Jordan BUT Geno Smith is not a starting NFL QB. Nice kid & all but that pick sucked. Looks good throwing the ball in workouts but he can't play with a pass rush. So as for the Jets in the immortal words of Denny Green 'they are who we thought they were'...LOL!!!

we also still have charles clay, remember he was looking real good before he got hurt. Do not count him out. So Keller #1, Clay #2, then egnew or someone else at #3. that isn't so bad. If Keller works out our TE's are fine

Come on man. The Chiefs just gave Smith big money. Of course he's going to be a starter. You don't pay a guy that kind of money not to start.

However, I suspect over time his play will cause him to move towards the bench. Just my gut feeling.

Craig,

We'll see what happens. They have Brandon Flowers who is a VERY good CB & they also signed Dunta Robinson. I'm not a Dunta Robinson fan but let's see Smith beat him out.

Ireland traded 3 picks for who??

After reading some of the commets from the trolls "fans" here, it's not surprising why it's widely viewed that Miami has the worst football fans. They're right!

What a bunch of clunkers! Comments like this are void of any logic or common sense:

"Where are the playmakers"
"We don't have a TE"
"Who will score TDs"
"Jordan would be there at 12"

etc etc etc

These trolls aka morons obviously didn't catch FA where we signed explosive playmakers like Ellerbe, Wallace, Keller.

They don't even realize that Jordan was WIDELY viewed as 1 of the only 5 or so explosive players in this draft & was a top 5 pick. He was also widely viewed as the best pass rusher in the draft. Oh btw, fits a huge need on this team!

YOU CAN"T BEAT THE PATS WITH BLITZ PRESSURE. YOU MUST GENERATE PRESSURE WITHOUT BLITZING TO BEAT THEM!

Its painful to read the comments here from the most idiotic fan base in the history of manking.

"we also still have charles clay, remember he was looking real good before he got hurt. Do not count him out. So Keller #1, Clay #2, then egnew or someone else at #3. that isn't so bad. If Keller works out our TE's are fine"

Steve,

What??? Do you people even watch the games??? Clay had 18 catches in 14 games!!!

As for Dallas Thomas:

What I keep hearing Ireland Philbin say is "left side".

Left, is the keyword here folks. Yes, he has great flexibility having played "left" tackle and "left" guard. But, folks, I do not see him as our new starting "left" tackle.

Richie Incognito can start packing his bags next season. Dallas Thomas has been drafted to be our future "left" starting guard. But before I get to far ahead of myself, we'll see how much Incognito has "left" in him and if Thomas has the talent to make him "leave" the building.

We could have had Auston. We could have traded back from 3 to 5, gained another second and picked Austin,

Posted by: Steve | April 27, 2013 at 11:41 AM

Steve,

Charles Clay has yet to "look good". Looking good at times, then bad at times, is called "INCONSISTENT".

That's the only thing Clay "has looked" thus far in his brief career.

Cognito isn't going anywhere just yet, not with his experience. Every new player doesn't mean they are replacing someone else, it is also about building depth.

Typical crap Ireland draft.

The TV draft experts said that many scouts believed that there were only 15 true 1st rd picks in this draft when compared to other drafts.

I believe this is why we moved up for Jordan. He is one of those true top 10 players in any draft.

I can accurately judge the quality of the draft by the size of my bowel movement the following morning. Great draft, huge bowel movement.

...Craig M...I can't see the team moving Davis to FS. Wilson for sure(that is his natural position) I see Davis' value in dime, and perhaps nickel(second on the depth chart). And on Special teams. I have loved this guy since the Senior Bowl. Stoked to have him. IMO the 2 best picks are the corners so far.

As far as Thomas. Can't even comment on him. I had never heard his name before last night. So to pretend he is this or that is not for me..Like all the picks. I hope he is a contributor.

What I would like to see today..
Definitley a running back. It doesn't matter where. Just a guy that fits this system. Must be able to pass block. Make cuts, read zone blocking. Whoever that is?

I'm not sure we don't try and find a safety, another tackle. Maybe a receiver. And perhaps an H-Back tight end. Levine Toiolo please!!!!!

People forget about Wilson. This is the season he should be showing his upside if he has any.

yep tom hartman dissapointing draft in the fact trade back in after trading out fo cb wo mike mayock had as a 5th round projection if their counting on martin and dallas thomas at the tackle spots i have real conern tannehill in for long season.for me i feel like they had all this ammo with two 2nd and 2 3rds didnt fully take advantage of it.i just hope they have some more plans to solidify ine cause if next yr at this time all im hearing is how miami needs a lt im gonna snap!

...Watching the Lattimore piece...Take him Phins. Seriously. We used a third on Miller last year, and he rarely saw action. I would use a 4th round pick on this guy and put him on the PUP(You can't rush him)..Stash him for next year

Will someone please buy a Dolphin ticket?

Bodine,

Don't get it twisted, I don't mean in 2013. Cogs is a fa next year. 2014, he enters his 10th season. In Dallas Tomas, Philbin's has drafted and will develop his replacement now.

Coming into his 10th season in 2014, I don't see any new longterm contracts coming his way. So if he balks at a 2yr contract, Ireland lets him walk.

BTW, Incognito was a "3rd rd" draft choice of the Rams in 2005. Thomas is a "3rd rd" choice for us this year.

Ross is blaming Sparano for all the damage done to the Dolphins in 2011.

Trying to hire Harbaugh was the right move, but doing so while Sparano was still head coach was the real issue. Maybe Sparano was bitter and could have handled it better. Ross could have handled it better too.

I'm not a fan of Sparano as a head coach. But, the cold hard truth is that Sparano had an 11-5 season and made the playoffs - something that Saban, Cameron, and Philbin have never done in Miami.

What's more, Ross is praising Ireland a lot, as usual. But what looks good on paper often does not translate directly onto the field.

Comparing Jordan to Jason Taylor at this point is unfair to both Jordan and Taylor. I believe Ross once compared Henne to Marino.

I know Ross has to sell hope and change, but the only thing that has changed for sure is the uniforms.

Need a slot receiver too

Bodine,

Jimmy Wilson was absolutely horrible last year. He definitely regressed from his rookie season. Wilson was that horrible corner playing dime last year. I guess you forget.

This guy was Armando's stick pin cushion during live blogs last season. I guarantee you Armando remembers. LOL...

..I don't care that the network F.A.G.S(football anaylist guys) give the Phins no respect. That every move we make sucks..That doesn't bother me. What drives me nuts is the extensive jet coverage. Makes me ill. Last night, the Phins giving their pick..The NFL net F.A.G.S were yapping away about Geno Smith, and the butt hurt Sanchez..Don't care. Give me my pick you douchers!

WHAT's GOOD IS IT TO HAVE A BETTER D WITH AN AVERAGE OFFENSE.

I SAID IT ONCE AND I WILL SAY IT AGAIN.

WE ARE NOT GOING ANYWHERE WITH HARTLINE AS OUR NUMBER 2 WR.

Yesterday, it is you twisting my words. I never said a word about Wilson's past performance. They took a risk on him as a project player. I said if he has any upside, you need to see it this season.

Sigh,

No one has compared Jordan to JT in presumption to ability. The comparison are drawn in reference to body frame.

When I saw Jordan walk up to the podium, my insant reaction to seeing his body frame was "JASON TAYLOR too. His tall lean body frame makes him "physically" look like a young JT.

Granted, the Jets had a very good draft.

...Craig M...I can't see the team moving Davis to FS. Wilson for sure(that is his natural position) I see Davis' value in dime, and perhaps nickel(second on the depth chart). And on Special teams. I have loved this guy since the Senior Bowl. Stoked to have him. IMO the 2 best picks are the corners so far.

As far as Thomas. Can't even comment on him. I had never heard his name before last night. So to pretend he is this or that is not for me..Like all the picks. I hope he is a contributor.

What I would like to see today..
Definitley a running back. It doesn't matter where. Just a guy that fits this system. Must be able to pass block. Make cuts, read zone blocking. Whoever that is?

Darryl,

Agreed.


We really need a speedy receiver or a quick receiver for the slot and a bruising RB as well as a safety
So far looks great just need someone else to score
We do not need another TE. Keller will impress
Only a few more minutes to go

Barkley sucks too. Another Leinert, Sanchez.

...Wilson was horrible last year..But, IMO it is the fault of both the coaches, and Ireland not hfinding any depth at quarterback. Nickel is IMO the most difficult position to play on defense. So the Phins were forced to play a natural safety at a position he was obviously not meant to be playing. The worst part was he was the best we had. Now..He was good v the run. Part of that is totally missed because everyone will assume that your ultimate responsibility is to stop the pass..Read up on nickel corner responsibility and it will tell you how important run support is. In that aspect Wilson was fine. Actually pretty good.

So these moves IMO will put Wilson back at safety where he belongs. And get a real nickel corner in his spot.

We should've gotten rid of Ireland instead of Sparano.

Senor Kris,

Did You Read How Many Times The Word "Prototypical" Came Out Of Ireland's Mouth.

Bodine,

Im just telling you about Wilson's 2012 performance. He regressed and he sucked. Plain and simple.

Seems if a guy makes this team as a undrafted rookie or 7th rd'er, he immediately becomes an "untouchable" by many dolfans. Jimmy Wilson was garbage last year.

Davon Bess' Jiffy pop popcorn bag is now empty. Lets move the fvck on. If the coaches feel like they want to ditch Wlson this season, sobeit. If not, sobeit.

"...You had some good corners on the board and they’re core positions; the corner position, the tackle position, the guard position and obviously defensive end. Again I think they are prototypical players, size players, they’re very good character guys, and they are
core position players."

Dashi,

Maybe Ireland was drunk b/c Jordan is does not have prototypical size for a DE.

Yesterday,

What you told me was that I forgot how bad he was last year. I didn't forget. I never said he was good. Why would you tell me I forgot something I didn't even comment on?

My whole point in saying that if he has any upside he has to show it now, was based obviously on his poor performance. Had he performed well my comment would have not made any sense.

If Ireland doesn't go offense here then he's f#cking clueless...

..If you don't think Ireland still has prototypes. Look at the receivers. They are all bigger guys. That is why I thought we would target WR Dobson over a Bailey..He just(bailey) is not big enough. Now this could all go to hell in the next few minutes is Ireland takes an undersized receiver. But I doubt it. Even Tavon Austin. The only reason I think he was even a consideration was his speed is extrodinary. Even then we could have choosen him. It would have sure made the network guys happy. But IMO he didn't fit the prototype..Even with his playmaking ability.

We will see. I may look like an idiot later. (Won't be the first or last time)

I thought that Swope would be gone by now. If the fins want him they better pick him soon.

The RB Franklin is supposed to be pretty good. We can use another RB after losing Bush.

I would also take Dion Simms as we need another TE. Kellar cannot block and we already have concerns on the right side of the line.

We need to start taking some players on the offense.

.YG. I agree. Wilson is on the line this year. Especially if we draft a safety today. He was a good story 2 years ago. I have followed him for years, and was stoked he drafted by the Phins..But he must elevate his play.. The whole team needs to elevate their play..It's just some aren't on the hot seat.

DD,

With all of the cb's now on the team, Wilson had damn better at least win a backup safety spot. If a safety is drafted today, that chance becomes even less likely.

In the chase for a safety, Wilson has always been a dark horse wimply because he's listed as a tweener. Same problem he had when sparano was here, no one really knows exactly where to play him.

I believe his best chance to make the team this year is if he can become a st's ace. If not, there's greater chance he's aced out the door. He isn't a Philbin guy, he's a Sparano guy. Sparano's already out the door.

The Dolphins had the NFL's 7th ranked defense last year and the 27th ranked offense.

So...the Dolphins used four of the give draft picks in the first three rounds on...defense.

The Dolphins did obtain Wallace, Keller, and Gibson in free agency.

Keller is coming off a year of injuries; behind him are Egnew and Clay - two players that have not performed at a high level to say the least.

Gibson came from the Rams - a team that was not happy at with it's WR/TE talent. If the Rams thought Gibson was a real playmaker, then they would have found a way to keep him.

If teams are able to shut down Wallace, then Philbin may need to practice fist pumps for field goals.

Frankly, I do not think the Dolphins will have a top 20 offense in 2013. The defense should be improved, especially if Jordan is an every down impact player.

The lack of investment in the WR and TE positions over the past six years (except when trading for or signing talent developed by other teams) is concerning.

Orlando, I would be for all those players especially Swope.

Looks like the Pats just grabbed one of Mark in Toronto's guys Josh Boyce.

..Damn..NE keeps taking all the WR's I was hoping we may take!!!!

JORDAN WAS A DE FOR THREE YEARS AFTER BEING A WR AND THEN A TE. AND HAD 14 SACKS.

4.6 A SEASON

TAYLOR STARTED 4 YEARS AT DE AND HAD 21 SACKS

5.2 A SEASON

WHILE IN SCHOOL THEY LOOK PRETTY CLOSE.

TAYLOR MIGHT HAVE BEEN A DE IN H.S WHICH WOULD GIVE HIM A NOTCH OF MORE EXPERIENCE.

I LIKE THE JORDAN PICK I JUST DON't KNOW HOW WE DIDN't GET ALLEN IN THE THIRD ROUND WHILE HE WAS JUST SITTING THERE.

TO BE ABLE TO GET A FIRST ROUND TALENT IN THE THIRD ROUND WOULD HAVE BEEN GREAT.

THEY LET AN INJURY CLOUD THAT DECISION

I knew the dolphins were all in on Austin. The Dolphins would have taken Austin if they had stayed at 12 and he had been available.

I still commend Ireland for taking the guy he wanted and he did not pay a high price to move up that high. Pass rushers are extremly important in the NFL as they can improve your pass defense. If Jordan can be as good as Wake, the fins will make Tom Brady's last few years in the NFL miserable.

Jesse Williams, Franklin, Patton ... Nassib?
Gotta be one of these guys

Omar Kelly thinks the pick will be WR Quniton Patton.

Bodine,

Do you know what I liked best about Wilson? He was a great blitzer, that's about it. DD, talks about his run defense. Yes he was a hard hitter, but many times I saw him take bad tackling angles too.

He often didn't play the ball in the air very well either.

Being multiple witnesses to a game is just like being multiple witnesses to a crime scene. Almost everyone sees things a little differently. Sometimes missing crucial elements altogether.

Dont give Ross a dime for his tickets, his jerseys, or his stadium until he PROVES he can have at least ONE winning season. This guy doesnt care about even trying to build a winner. Its ALL about the money for him. At least Jeff Loria won a World Championship BEFORE he asked for handouts. Ross has shown he can lose EVERY year and is OK with it. Well, Mr Ross the fans are not OK with perrenial losing, Thats why your stadium is empty on game days and why you wont get any charity for YOUR dwindling business.

So the Dolphins take a back up LB. Jelani Jenkins?

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