Miami Dolphins coach
I say this because when I cited JJ's oft-stated philosophy this afternoon and asked how Philbin viewed that issue, he made a small joke and quickly moved on.
That's a potentially dangerous approach in the modern
While Philbin never specifically called Bush's six-series absence a "benching," he made it clear he's not a big fan of turnovers in general and fumbling in particular. At the same time, he admitted Bush has been a pleasure to coach.
"He's professional," Philbin said. "He's a pro. The guy shows up, works hard, practices hard, is competitive. He's very, very professional."
Philbin also brushed aside a question about putting Bush in his "doghouse."
"I don't know if he's in any doghouse," Philbin said. "Not in any doghouse that I know of."