Gase says Dolphins focus united on winning
Miami begins preparing for Patriots
DAVIE, Fla. – It's back to preparing for a football game for the Miami Dolphins.
After losing to the Seahawks 12-10 on Sunday, Adam Gase addressed the media on Monday.
Gase addressed the controversy after four players kneeled before the game during the National Anthem.
Gase said, "Our guys, everyone believes in different stuff... once we do this, we're after one thing, winning."
Running back Jay Ajayi returned to the Dolphins meetings today after being left behind on the trip to Seattle.
Gase also said that pass rusher Mario Williams is undergoing concussion protocol.
Wide receiver DeVante Parker was close to playing on Sunday with a hamstring injury. However, the team wanted to be cautious and to not cause a more serious injury.
The Dolphins travel to New England next week to take on the Patriots.
Despite the loss in the opener, Gase said, "I don't think this one will be hard to get up for... we'll be alright."
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