Watched Tuna on NFLN giving his introductory press conference with Miami. He sounded like he was going to fall asleep; talked real slow and answered questions for about 20 minutes. Said he wants "good character guys," will choose the GM and head coach and oversee the entire operation as Huizinga's right-hand man. Said he "feels the pressure" and will establish structure. May or may not keep the first pick. Nothing remarkable. He sure wasn't inspirational or energetic. I remain skeptical that Tuna can be a savior as an administrator. All the other franchises he turned around were as coach.