“It’s important,” O’Shea said, via the Palm Beach Post. “Players should want to know why. It’s something we encourage, to learn the whys. If they’re not inquisitive about the whys then they’re never really going to conceptually understand the offense. So I think that Josh is highly intelligent, just like Ryan [Fitzpatrick] and Jake [Rudock] are, so having smart guys is a good thing. Those guys aren’t afraid to ask why. And we’re not afraid to answer it.”
- O’Shea mentioned that they have “options” at quarterback and the starting job will be “earned” on the field. (Joe Schad)
- Dolphins OL coach Pat Flaherty said Thursday that newly signed OT Jordan Mills will compete with Zach Sterup and Isaiah Prince for the right tackle job. (Adam Beasley)
- Rookie Michael Deiter will work at both left and right guard for the Dolphins this summer.
According to Pelissero, Bell and his trainer are doing daily biomechanic evaluation that allows them to alter their training based on his joint alignment response.
For what it’s worth, Bommarito says Bell looks like “Le’Veon Bell with a year of recovery.“
- Kevin Duffy suggests Titans WR Taywan Taylor as a speculative trade candidate worth watching for the Patriots.
- Patriots signed second-round CB JoeJuan Williams. (NFLTR)
- Patriots signed third-round OL Yodny Cajuste. (Aaron Wilson)