Miami Dolphins' Randy Starks: "I'm happy with my role"

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Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks insists that he is "happy" with his role in his side's defense despite starting on the bench in their season opener.

Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Randy Starks has admitted that he is happy with his role in a rotation with his fellow defensive lineman.

Starks started his side's win over the Cleveland Browns on the bench but came into the game on third downs and appeared to show his displeasure at his role, after sacking quarterback Brandon Weeden, by gesturing to his team's sideline.

"I'm happy with my role, and my role is to be a backup nose and tackle, so whatever it calls for the team to win, I'm willing to accept that," Starks told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Miami face the Indianapolis Colts in week two.

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