Offseason work begins as RB Drake cranks up
DAVIE — Dolphins running back Kenyan Drake was looking forward for a long time to Monday, the first day players reported for the start of the offseason workout program. He only wishes the Collective Bargaining Agreement allowed more activity on the first day.
“I can’t wait to get started,” Drake said Friday at the Dolphins Cancer Challenge Celebrity Golf Tournament. “I wish we were putting on pads, but the CBA kind of doesn’t allow that. So I look forward to just getting back in the groove of working out with the team, running around with Tanny [quarterback Ryan Tannehill] back at the helm again, so I’m excited.”
Everyone expected to report to the team’s facility in Davie on Monday reported. Phase One of the three-phase offseason workout program, which lasts two weeks, consists of strength and conditioning training. Miami has its first round of organized team activities on May 22-24.
Miami lost a number of veteran faces, most notably the Pro Bowl trio of center Mike Pouncey, wide receiver Jarvis