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What Miami Dolphins OC Clyde Christensen said Thursday

Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen is an affable fellow. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

DAVIE — Here is some of what Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said Thursday:

• We won a game. And the first quarter is over. At 2-2 it’s not all bad. We have a chance at a reset button. We are still in it.

• It is a strain when one side doesn’t do their part.

• The players are handling the Chris Foerster situation “pretty amazingly.” Jermon Bushrod and Mike Pouncey are controlling the room. New OL coach Chris Kuper is working triple overtime.

• On Chris Foerster, he did not see any change in his demeanor. He has a great love for him and his family for a long, long time. And that hasn’t changed. He’ll pray for him. There is no other option but to overcome this thing for him. He’s amazed at how Stephen Ross, Mike Tannenbaum and Adam Gase take care of their people. Nobody is going to kick him to the curb.

• On the offensive line, there is no finger-pointing around here. He’s proud of that.

• Laremy Tunsil has been just “OK.”

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Source:: Palm Beach Post