Byron Maxwell Thinks Dolphins Secondary Can Rival LOB


For the first four seasons of Bryon Maxwell’s career, he was a part of the ‘Legion of Boom’. During those glory days, the Seahawks were the most feared secondary in all of football.

As the Dolphins gear up for year two with Maxwell, the former Clemson product believes this unit can be as special as those Seattle groups.

“We can be talked about how they talked about us in Seattle,” Maxwell said. “We’ve just got to find a nickname.”

“We’ve got to run with it. But we’ve got to put it on the field first. We definitely have the making of something — we can be something great.”

This past season, Miami totaled 16 interceptions.

Source: Palm Beach Post

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