The dolphins have not waited long to make changes to their line of attack. One day after the change of offensive buses, the team made personnel changes.
The new bus Dave DeGuglielmo replaced two players who had previously worked with the first team, Barry Jackson of Miami Herald . The Dolphins also changed the position of another.
DeGuglielmo, replacing Pat Flaherty, had the rookie Michael Deiter and Will Holden work with the first-team left and right guard to replace Chris Reed and Jesse Davis. Davis switched from the right guard to the right tackle and handed the veteran Jordan Mills to the second team.
Only the left tackle Laremy Tunsil and the middle Daniel Kilgore remained in the same places in the first group as in Flaherty's time.
"That's it Just like, oh, wow, interesting," Davis said about the coaching change over Jackson. "Everything is normal right now. We have been here for three years, we had five different types. It's just part of the business. Things do not happen right, there are changes.
"We're tough guys, we'll do stuff, we'll protect [Ryan Fitzpatrick] and [Josh] roses We will not take a crap."
Head coach Brian Flores did not share the reasons for changing the position coach during one Meeting with the offensive linemen, said Kilgore.
"He did not have to, that's his call," said Kilgore. "Surprised? Yes. But after meeting Trainer Flo, he had a gut feeling; he thought that was the best. "
DeGuglielmo received votes for assistant coach of the year last season after his Colts line had allowed the league's few sacks (18).