Dolphins DT Jordan Phillips sounds off on Patriots center David Andrews

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) is pressured by Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips (97) during the second half Monday night.
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DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Jordan Phillips has called New England Patriots center David Andrews a “dirty player” in an Instagram post.

Phillips’ comment Tuesday was accompanied by a video of the play on which he injured his left leg in Monday night’s Miami victory.

Andrews went at Phillips’ legs trying to block him on a screen pass. Phillips limped off the field, but later returned to the game.

“(hash)dirtyplayer (hash)cantblock,” Phillips wrote.

@nfl @espn let’s see what y’all do about this……. @bear_6060 what’s good wit you? #dirtyplayer #cantblock

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Miami coach Adam Gase declined to say whether he had an issue with the block.