Topics raised during a weekly Friday morning visit with Joe Rose of WQAM in Miami reminded me that I’d forgotten to share in this space a Wednesday visit from Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald to PFT Live.
Salguero talked about a wide range of Dolphins issues, including the organization’s persistent reliance on half measures when it comes to hiring and firings, and the conundrum that is center Mike Pouncey.
Most recently, Pouncey declared to reporters that he has no regrets about the manner in which the 2013 season unfolded. (If you’ve been Rip Van Winkling for the last 12 months, Pouncey had a key role in the bullying scandal that disrupted the team’s season and resulted in the permanent departures of Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin.)
Pouncey, who wants a new contract after three years in the league, has shown questionable judgment in various ways. While he hasn’t done enough to get the Dolphins to move on from one of the best centers in the game, it should perhaps make them more inclined to take a wait-and-see approach with a guy who could eventually say or do something that would make the Dolphins regret giving him big money.
For the full Salguero interview, click the thing in the thing below.