The fourth quarter battle of Miami Dolphins in OTA will start with Josh Rosen and Ryan Fitzpatrick hoping to have identical representatives. Assistant assistant quarterback Jerry Schuplinsk said that everyone would start with a fair playing field and as the competition progresses it will be seen if one player starts getting more representatives over the other.
“I think they will all work with similar people and getting fairly equal representatives to everyone,” recently coach Jerry Schuplinski said through the Miami Herald. “Then, in the end, we will only see how they develop and how they go. I think we are likely to let the process come to us and see who is playing well. ”
It will be interesting to see how this whole process works, but now Fitzpatrick seems to have legs. Fitzpatrick signed the Dolphins in mid-March and Rosen did not arrive in South Beach until the end of April. This gave Fitzpatrick more time to learn and interact with players on the offense.
Shuplinsk admits that Rosen is a little behind the offense to learn, but they have to make it slower with him to make sure they do it the right way.
“It's definitely not against everybody it's probably still enough; but I think we took the right approach with that. ”said Schuplinski about Rosen. “I don't think it's to come up in a week and a half time. But if we take a bit of longer scenes, we hope it will then in the next few weeks. You will certainly see signs of progress. ”
The final decision could arise as to how they attack this season. If they want to win games this season, they could go with the veteran who offers more leadership but if they know, this is a rebuilding this year maybe they will go with Rosen to see their contents.