It has only been one game, but multiple Miami Dolphins players have already requested that their agents look to get them traded.

News of the potential mass exodus came following the Dolphins’ 59-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

Many players instructed their agents to seek out trades due to them believing that the coaching staff isn’t serious about competing and is looking to tank so that they can secure a high draft capital while eyeing the future.

However, the Dolphins told ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio, who was the first to report about the players’ distrust of the coaches’ motives, that they have not received any requests from any players.

This isn’t just because of the drubbing they got in Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season, but because of a number of moves throughout the offseason. That includes the trades of left tackle Laremy Tunsil and Kenny Stills for multiple draft picks.

Prior to the season, head coach Brian Flores denied that the team was trying to tank, but the view is not shared by many. That is because of other moves that saw Kiko Alonso and Tyan Tannehill but traded away, as well as released or declined options on multiple veteran players which included Cameron Wake, TJ McDonald, Ja’Wuan James, Danny Amendola and Frank Gore.

The crushing defeats just adds to the tanking question.

Unfortunately, for Dolphins fans, it doesn’t appear that anything will get any better this season. The Dolphins host the reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots next Sunday with Antonio Brown likely making his debut.