DAVIE, Fla. – It's on to New England for Brian Flores and the Miami Dolphins.

On Sunday, Pro Football Talk reported that several Dolphins were on the phone with their agents following Miami's 59-10 loss to Baltimore.

They were reportedly asking out of the team as Miami rebuilds.

"I can't really speak to the accuracy of that one," Flores said Monday. "We haven't received any information like that. I think for us, we just need to focus on what's going on inside our building and not worry about anything going on outside."

Flores said he was disappointed in all three phases of the game for the Dolphins.

Baltimore is a playoff team from last season. Lamar Jackson had his best performance as a pro.

"When you don't play well against a good team and you don't execute, that's what happens," Flores said.

Miami hosts the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Flores came to Miami from the Patriots, where he was both a scout and an assistant coach.

Still, Flores said that while he has many relationships with the Patriots, his focus will be on the Miami Dolphins.

Currently, odds makers have the Dolphins as more than two-touchdown underdogs.