My questions for Todd Bowles today and his answer Dan Leberfeld

Q)What went into the decision to claim (safety) Dion Bailey and move Ronald Martin to the practice squad?

Bowles: Dion is a good football player. We’re always trying to churn the back end of the roster. Dion started the first two games for Seattle. He did some things that we liked and obviously they kept Dion over Martin at the time. He was a guy for future reference that we wanted to get our hands on.

Q)Erin Henderson is clearly a talented player. Would you like to get him on the field more?

Bowles: It all depends on the packages and what we have going into the game. He played in the first game, he played on some third down packages and certain games require different people, but we just have to see what games best fit his skills set.

Q)Because he’s so aggressive, does Calvin Pryor have a tendency to overrun plays at times?

Bowles: I think Calvin’s fine. Every now and then, the defensive players are going to overrun a play. I think all of them did last week. He’s playing fine.

Q)Is there a tendency for aggressive players to take themselves out of position while trying to make the big hit?

Bowles: Only if you’re too hyper. You make good decisions. If you’re too hyper and you’re over-aggressive, you’ve got to know when to tackle and when to go for the big hit. I think he has a good handle on that.

Q)Do you expect Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert to play, and if not, what have you seen from Jason Fox?

Bowles: Not sure about Brandon, I’ve got to read the injury report and see if those guys practiced during the week. Jason is a good tackle. He’s active, he’s started some games. Now he’s got his feet underneath him, so we expect the same tough challenge.