With the normal season quickly coming, Josh Rosen remains the backup quarterback in Miami. Rosen is making progress, however Dolphins trainer Brian Flores still is searching for more from the second-year quarterback.

Rosen didn’t hide his disgust at one stretch of plays the starters at a joint practice contrary to the Bucs on Tuesday. He even took three sacks, and the Dolphins had a false start, in accordance with Chris Perkins of TheAthletic.com.

“I thought he chased OK,” Flores said. “In the naked eye, I presume he’s got to do a much far better job of having guys in and out of their huddle, his communication, body language. There were a few plays that there he did not enjoy, and we’ve only got to go on into this play”

Rosen is conscious of his body language, having worked at UCLA and with the Cardinals. He attempts to continue working on it.

“I think especially once you get into competitive environments I tend to be quite critical of myself,” Rosen said, via Joe Schad of this Palm Beach Post. “I am very competitive, therefore I’ve always worked that throughout my entire athletic career, since I have been a young kid.”

Flores said he has talked to Rosen regarding his body language and can proceed to harp about it. The first head trainer believes body language sets a tone.

“We need fantastic body language out of everybody,” Flores said. “We’re going to get lousy plays. We need to move on into the next one, span. Players, coaches, that is everybody. The quarterback position, they are all looking at you. That’s something that they need to be alert to.

“I talked to him about it, I talked to all the quarterbacks, in addition to the leaders on this team. They are looking at you as a leader, and I believe that is an important bit of the that people do not speak about greatly. But I believe that it’s extremely significant”

Ryan Fitzpatrick has been lead the quarterback contest, also Flores stated the policy for Friday’s pre season game against the Bucs will be for Fitzpatrick to begin.

“That’s sort of this idea process,” Flores said,”but that can change shortly when we go out from here. I think that’s a fluid situation there. I think both guys are doing well.”