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Mike McDaniel “not giving legs” to tampering penalties by discussing them with team

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Earlier this week, the NFL fined the Dolphins for a flagrant years-long attempt to interfere with an attempt to acquire Sean Payton and Tom Brady. The penalties included losing a first-round pick in the draft.

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New coach Mike McDaniel isn’t worried about the impact this will have on the 2022 team, including the quarterback. Tua Tagovailoaassuming the locker room is insulated.

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He said that he would not resolve this issue with the players.

“You can talk a lot say a lot or not say anything at all,” McDaniel said via Hal Habib of Palm Beach Post. “We have an incredible challenge ahead of us – Dolphins 2022. I think the players should fully focus on this. So I think there is strength in not giving in to something that doesn’t really affect the players of 2022.”

tight end Durham Smythe said the tampering penalties are “out of our control in the building” so players don’t talk about it or worry about it. This is exactly what McDaniel hoped and expected.

“Players owe a lot to coaches for what they sacrifice,” McDaniel said. “So I wouldn’t do them a disservice by wasting time on things that aren’t 100 percent focused on what’s important to them and their current job, which is building a football team and then holding them accountable.” efforts to move forward. on game days.



Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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