After practice this afternoon, Dolphins coach Tony Sparano met with the media to continue to discuss the upcoming game against the Ravens. He revealed that much like last week at Cincinnati, he expects to see some no-huddle and hurry-up offense out of the Ravens, as he did the last time these teams met.
Meanwhile, Sparano said that starting strong safety Yeremiah Bell was once again limited in practice today with a toe injury, though if you read between the lines, it certainly sounds like the coach expects YB to play on Sunday. If he can’t go, though, Sparano knows that the guys behind him on the depth chart will be ready to go.
Sparano was also asked about versatile offensive lineman Ryan Baker and even referred to him as an “amoeba” because he’s hard to block and always seems to find a way to get through the offensive line. He also praised Baker’s work on the left wing of the field goal protection unit.
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