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But picking up the Dolphins’ offense this year was different. They rarely use the huddle, instead communicating with coaches on the sideline via hand signals. Gaffney, waived by New England after suffering a leg injury in training camp, was inactive for his first two games with the Dolphins in Weeks 5 and 6 as he adjusted to Miami’s style.
“I’ve been on teams that have gone no-huddle – we did that in New England – but they still huddle, if you know what I mean,” Gaffney said Friday as the Dolphins finished preparations for Sunday’s game against Tennessee. “This is all the way new for me. But I’m feeling good – a lot better than when I first got here.”
It took a month, but Gaffney has seemingly established himself as the No. 3 receiver ...