Fans want to hear from Mr. Huizenga
But you might not hear from the team's owner until the week ending Oct. 28.
That according to Miami's media relations department which has been swamped by requests to interview Huizenga, but so far has not turned those requests into, you know, an actual interview.
The thinking is since most of the media outlets that regularly cover the Dolphins will be in London with the team for the Oct. 28 game, that might be the most convenient time for Huizenga to knock out all the requests since he will be there as well.
Of course, this doesn't account for the idea that all the media outlets that regularly cover the Dolphins are here in South Florida. NOW.
Anyway, it is clear fans have the right to want to hear from Mr. Huizenga. You want to hear that he is hurting every bit as much as you are. You want to hear that there will be a full accounting of this team done after the season and the mistakes made (several as I see it) will be addressed so that they are not repeated. You want to know whether or not to expect changes among the personnel and coaching staff.
You want to know what the heck happened between him telling everyone the Dolphins were "Not rebuilding," and "looking at the playoffs," and the current winless situation.
I am told Huizenga will address all those questions. But you might have to wait a while longer.