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Byron Maxwell on benching by Dolphins: “It doesn’t matter.”

Cornerback Byron Maxwell being benched was one of several lineup changes the Miami Dolphins elected to make prior to Thursday night’s game with the Cincinnati Bengals. In Maxwell’s place, the Dolphins started second-year cornerback Tony Lippett instead. According to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, Maxwell said he was told early in the week that…
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