Danny Amendola. (Elsa/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- It's been a quiet start to Danny Amendola's Dolphins career--100 yards, 11 catches, and no touchdowns through three games. That shouldn't surprise Patriots fans. In his five years in New England, the receiver was known for providing his biggest moments in the playoffs.
Amendola will make his Foxborough return Sunday with the unbeaten Fins, but said it's just another game.
"It's all about football, really," Amendola said. "Just good football players, they're well coached, they have good players and they fly around, and it's not gonna be any different this weekend. We gotta do a lot of things well in order to win."
No emotions coming back, Danny?
"Emotions? I play with a lot of emotion every game, I have a lot of friends on every team," he said. "This won't be really much different. I'm familiar with a lot of people in the organization, I'm excited to get up there."
Amendola was critical of Bill Belichick's approach after leaving for a two-year, 12-million dollar deal in Miami, following pay-cut after pay-cut, despite clutch moment after clutch moment. He compared the coach to a school principal, whereas his new coach Adam Case is like one of the guys.
Amendola's old teammate Rob Gronkowski's looking forward to connecting again.
"I'm always excited to see Danny," Gronk said. "I miss that guy. He's fun."
WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports