The former Patriots linebacker is starting fresh in Miami by Tyler Sullivan @TylerSully May 29, 2020 at 8:44 pm ET • 2 min read If you disregard the turquoise and orange uniforms, you’d probably get a little confused when looking at the Miami Dolphins roster. On top of head coach Brian Flores rising through the ranks in Foxborough prior to taking the Dolphins gig last offseason, there are a number of former New England Patriots players that now call Miami home. Just in the 2020 offseason alone, four former Patriots signed with the Dolphins, including linebacker Kyle Van Noy, who inked a four-year, $51 million deal. Despite that seemingly ever-growing resemblance to their AFC East rival, Van Noy, who won two Super Bowl titles as a member of the Patriots, wants to make it clear that his new club is not trying to become a carbon copy of his old one. ”I don’t know how many New England guys there are, but we’re going to get away from that,” Van Noy told Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald. “We’re our own team, this is not the New England Patriots. This is the Miami Dolphins. It’s totally different, and I’m excited… Read full this story
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