Spa weekend for Miami Dolphins players: Coleman, Coley
By Kyle Colemans Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Eric Colemans, left, and left tackle Jordan Grossman, right, and right guard Tamba Hali work together on a drill during a practice at the Miami Dolphins training facility in Bradenton, Fla., on Saturday, March 24, 2019.
Colemen and Grossman were in attendance for the Dolphins preseason exhibition against the Oakland Raiders on Friday.
Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill is on the sidelines with a sprained right ankle.
Miami’s offensive line worked together in a drill on Saturday.
Miami is playing in its first preseason game since the end of the 2019 season.
Coleman said his players were excited about the upcoming season and that they will be playing with more energy than ever.
“The most important thing is to keep working hard and playing with passion,” Colemans said.
“That’s the biggest thing for us.
We want to be competitive every day.
That’s why we play so hard.
That is the best thing for this team.”
Miami has played six preseason games and has won two.
The Dolphins have a bye week before they host the New York Jets in the first preseason tilt of the year on Sept. 2.
Colymans said he believes the Dolphins will win the first three games, and that Miami’s depth will be a factor in the game.
Miami’s offense has a chance to be explosive with the starters back.
Coley said he’s excited to see the Dolphins offense in motion.
“We have a lot of guys who are really excited about coming back and being able to play, and then having a chance for success,” Coley explained.
“We’ve got a bunch of talented players, and we’ll see how we can utilize them.”
Coley said it’s important to continue to work hard with Coley and his staff and that he expects the players to be ready for the second half of the season.