Written by Matthew Cannata
After the 2013 season ended, head coach Joe Philbin said that he would look at everything and figure out ways the team can improve. We've already seen quite a few changes in camp so far such as the five minute cool-down period inside the bubble. Another change is that the Dolphins now play music during team drills instead of crowd noise.
“We talk about it as a staff,” Philbin said. “Everybody brought different ideas. We have some new guys and we kick around some ideas in the off-season of things that we can maybe do differently to hopefully improve the practice atmosphere. It’s not always going to be music. When we get closer to a game, we’ll do some crowd noise as well. But I think it’s been a good addition.”
Count cornerback Brent Grimes as somebody in favor of the music.
“I like it,” Grimes said. “We used to do just the crowd noise and it’s kind of annoying. This, you get a little music, it makes you feel a little better, gets you through the practice. I like it.”
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