DAVIE, Fla. -- While the Miami Dolphins offense has had difficulty getting on the same page in training camp with many key players in and out of the lineup, perhaps the defense deserves a little credit for the offensive sturggles.
Cornerbacks Cortland Finnegan and Brent Grimes have been especially troublesome for quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Tuesday's practice offered another example, with Finnegan picking off two Tannehill passes and Grimes also coming away with an interception against the starting quarterback.
After practice wrapped up, coach Joe Philbin refused, at least publicly, to criticize the up and down play of his offense, which is learning a new system under offensive coordinator Bill Lazor.
"You're looking for -- on either side of the ball and special teams -- guys to make plays," Philbin said. "So you're happy when guys are making plays, but sometimes a pick can be a very competitive play. It could be a good throw and the guys are just battling for the ball and somebody ...