5 assistant coaches out due to COVID-19 protocols
5 Miami Dolphins assistant coaches won’t be with the group throughout its sport in opposition to Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
On account of COVID-19 protocols, the Dolphins (4-3) will probably be with out defensive backs coach Gerald Alexander, quarterbacks coach Robby Brown, exterior linebackers coach Austin Clark, defensive position coach Marion Interest and offensive high quality management coach Kolby Smith.
On Friday, the group introduced an assistant coach had examined optimistic for the virus. It was the group’s first optimistic since coaching camp. Miami has not reported any participant or extra positives since.
“I be ok with how we dealt with the state of affairs,” Flores informed reporters Friday. “We wouldn’t fly if we felt like there was any state of affairs the place we might create some kind of outbreak.
“Look, it’s 2020. Issues are ever altering. We’ve simply acquired to have the ability to adapt.”
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, the No. 5 total decide within the 2020 NFL draft, is making his second profession begin for the Dolphins on Sunday, making Brown’s absence one thing to comply with.
Contributing: Related Press
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