He definitely has familiarity with the playbook. I'm holding out hope for the light to come on for Tankersley.
Armando Salguero wrote:
One of the Dolphins big concerns this offseason is finding a starting cornerback opposite newly minted $76 million cornerback Xavien Howard. And if Tuesday’s snapshot can be believed, Eric Rowe, who signed a one-year deal for $3.5 million after leaving New England, has the inside track on the job.
Rowe said he took the first-team snaps with the defense opposite Howard and that makes sense because Rowe is very familiar with the Miami defense which he says is very similar to the New England defense.
“Everything is really similar,” Rowe said. “The way [cornerbacks] coach [Josh] Boyer wants the defense to be played. How [head coach Brian Flores] wants the defense to be run. Everything is really similar. There’s nothing new to me.
“For me, I already know the terms. Now I need to better myself.”
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