According to Dolphins coach Tony Sparano there are no plans to abandon the team’s ground-and-pound approach, especially once the offensive line gets fixed. Sparano said the Dolphins, which averaged 3.7 yards per carry, will remain a run-first offense.
“We’re going to continue to run the football because that’s my nature. It might not be popular with everybody, but that’s what I like to do. There are some teams in this league that got very far being able to do it,” Sparano said at the NFL’s owners meetings.
Anytime a question about Ronnie Brown or Ricky Williams, the team’s two free agent tailbacks, was asked Sparano sidestepped the question. However, he didn’t rule out the possibility that one would return.
Most mock drafts have the Dolphins selecting Alabama's Mark Ingram with their first round pick. If that happens, he will be a valuable fantasy selection come summer.