Dolphins Coach Adam Gase Says He Feels Roster Changes Will Mean Culture Change

Dolphins coach Adam Gase said Tuesday that he’s counting on the changes his team has made to help change the culture in the locker room, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

“I am not hoping [the culture will improve],” Gase insisted. “I know it’s going to be different. You have some alpha dogs who are not going to accept a lot of the [expletive] that has gone on.”

So the addition of Robert Quinn, Frank Gore, Josh Sitton, and Danny Amendola has been about getting better, but it’s also been about replacing bad vibes with good.

“I think you just have to feel it,” Gase said. “I think you guys will notice it kind of when we get going. I don’t know, there’s something about a lot of these guys that we brought in. Seeing Frank Gore, that gets me going. It’s been 10 years since we were together. It seems like forever. A guy that looks exactly the same, just everything about him. I’m excited to see what he can do to help us. Since we got in Danny in and Albert in at the same time, Josh was in. Those guys were excited to be here. They wanted to come here. It was their decision to do it. They’re looking to be impact players for us.”


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