MINKA FITZPATRICK: Will MIAMI dolphins know for the first time?


Minkah Physitrip's spell in Miami may be over, as well as reports suggesting a replacement for the Dolphins.

According to ESPN, the 22-year-old got permission to search the exchange and his agent Joel Segal is already in contact with several teams.

However, an exchange will not be easy, as the Dolphins are looking for a package that includes a first-round pick, which has apparently postponed several potential suitors.

ESPN reported that Miami insisted that the team was not actively trying to replace Fitzpatrick, but did not deny its agent a green light to discuss the terms with other franchises.

According to the news, after playing as a corner/safety in Alabama, Fitzpatrick is not happy to ask him to play in various positions.

Week 1 covered three different positions at the 22-year-old in the safety, linebacker and nickel corner, as the Baltimore Ravens opened fire to a 59-1 home.

The Miami Herald reported that Fitzpatrick believes the new coaching staff led by Brian Floors has no clear plans for him and cannot give him the best.

Floors and Fitzpatrick met during the week, but the Dolphins head coach made no compromises when speaking to the press.

"Minkah had some good plays, he had some bad moves," he said. "At the end of the day, we wanted to keep the other boys there. He is a good player for us. We have a lot of faith in him. Like all of us players, the coaches also have to improve and perform better." "

This is not the first time Fitzpatrick has been asked to cover various positions. Last season he played in a nickel corner, covering both safety points.

The player hoped to finalize the position this season, although it is clear that the Dolphins consider his versatility an important asset.

Fitzpatrick's best position was first questioned last month during a joint practice with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when his mom tweeted that they were playing him very safely.

Fitzpatrick agreed with his mother's trial.

"She feels very strong," he said.

"It's not wrong. The coach has asked me to do something now. I have to do what they will ask me to do. If we have to discuss something in the future, we will do those discussions."

"I don't weigh 215 pounds, 220 pounds. So playing in the box is not the best thing for me, but the coaches ask me to do it."

Fitzpatrick's agents may seek an exchange just days after being reported by ProFootballTalk.com, with news that several Dolphin players asked their agents to move out of Miami.

The Dolphins are considered the worst team in the NFL this season and live with that undeserved reputation, as they were erased by the Ravens in Week 1.

Miami has narrowed its list in an effort to accumulate draft picks and get the number one overall pick in next year's draft, which is expected to be Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovello.

The Dolphins recently exchanged Houston Texas open receiver Kenny Styles and 2016 first-round pick Larry Toonsell, receiving two first-round picks and a second-round pick as part of the package.

However, such a rigorous review strategy may leave the dolphins with a lack of quality that they will not be able to take full advantage of Tagova even after hiring it.