Multiple Dolphins Players Reportedly Want Out After Week 1

Dolphins’ Minkah Fitzpatrick not ‘buying in’ to coach Brian Flores’ master plan

Dolphins’ Minkah Fitzpatrick not ‘buying in’ to coach Brian Flores’ master plan

If there was ever any doubt that the Miami Dolphins would be one of the worst teams in football this season, Sunday's result should serve as a true indication of where this franchise is headed in the next few months.

Multiple Miami Dolphins players have reportedly requested a trade after the team's dismal 59-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

The Miami's front office's intentions became rather clear after the team traded away left tackle Laremy Tunsil and wide receiver Kenny Stills to the Houston Texans in exchange for a boatload of picks in the next two drafts - a move that reportedly was met with a potential "revolt" from the Dolphins players. "We haven't practiced yet, so we're going through information with him like we would any new player, like we did with offensive linemen last week and just take it day-by-day and see how it goes".

"I wasn't in either one of those places so I really can't comment on what did or didn't happen there", Belichick said.

Flores said he was disappointed in all three phases of the game for the Dolphins. Lamar Jackson had his best performance as a pro.

Miami is slated to host New England at 1 p.m. ET in Week 2 action.

The Dolphins finished 7-9 past year, but were projected to be one of the league's worst teams in 2019 by most NFL experts even before Sunday's stinker and the ensuing mutiny reports. And with Brian Flores' primary objective being to create a tough football team, there may be some players who have bought too far into the old way of doing things to be a part of the future here in South Florida.