Miami had its reasons, but it leaves the team with some legitimate depth issues. Without Davis, the Dolphins are forced to move the erratic Nolan Carroll up the depth chart. The Dolphins have no experienced player to work as the fourth corner.
Coach Joe Philbin told players during a meeting two weeks ago (captured by the HBO "Hard Knocks" crew) that criticism of personnel moves were not to be discussed out of house. Dolphins players followed those instructions on Monday -- kind of.
The Herald reported that a Dolphins publicist quickly ordered the interview to end after Bush's comment.
"I'll leave that up to you all," Dansby said on if the trade was discouraging. "I don't know what the situation was or what occurred to cause the trade.
"He's a great player, one of the best corners in the game. I'm not sure about the direction of the team. That's not my place. My place is to play hard and be the leader of men."
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