DAVIE, Fla. — The Miami Dolphins’ first practice without Ryan Fitzpatrick produced a subpar performance for the rest of the offense.
Chemistry between the quarterbacks, tights end and receivers is clearly becoming a problem for the Dolphins, considering how many passes were sprayed all over the field with no receiver in sight. Several errant passes also were nearly intercepted.
There were nearly half a dozen possible interceptions that were dropped by defenders on Friday, the first day Fitzpatrick, last year’s MVP, was away from the team for personal reasons.
Tua Tagovailoa and his unit struggled in the early portion of 11-on-11s.