Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has left the team’s complex without any announcement regarding the makeup of the organization for 2014.
Lost amidst the ugly story surrounding offensive lineman Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin is the team still has to prepare for Monday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers without two starting offensive linemen.
The Miami Dolphins had high hopes that 2013 would be the year the team finally turned the corner and became a contender in the NFL. After seven weeks and armed with a 3-4 record, the Dolphins aren’t a contender and are teetering on the edge of falling apart.
The Miami Dolphins are just 1-2 in the 2013 preseason, not that it counts for anything. Fins fans can be happy about several areas of the team including quarterback and defense, but between the running game and the team’s inability to score in the red zone, there’s plenty left to fix.
The Miami Dolphins hit the practice field again Wednesday and were at full strength in the wide receiving corps as Mike Wallace returned to the lineup, according to NFL.com.
The Miami Dolphins offense continues to exceed expectations week in and week out in 2012, but even with the vast improvements from both the offensive line and the quarterback position, there is one aspect that is sticking in the craw of offensive coordinator Mike Sherman.