Miami Dolphins’ Bobby McCain on Danny Amendola: ‘He’s not as bad as I thought he was’

New England’s Danny Amendola scores a touchdown against the Dolphins’ Bobby McCain. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

DAVIE — Apparently, there’s hope for that United States-North Korea summit after all.

If anyone doubted there could be peace within a Dolphins locker room holding both Bobby McCain and Danny Amendola, those concerns were put to rest when McCain gave his former arch rival his strongest endorsement yet as his newest bestest buddy.

“He’s not as bad as I thought he was,” McCain joked Tuesday.

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If that doesn’t warm your heart, consider that McCain wouldn’t even say Amendola was Private Enemy No. 1 last year as a member of the hated New England Patriots.

If not Amendola, who was his enemy?

“Tom Brady,” McCain said.

But wasn’t Amendola the one McCain was sparring with when he got kicked out of the game in New England last season?

“He might have been No. 2,” McCain said. “He was up that list somewhere.”

Amendola, a receiver, earlier explained how he and McCain, a cornerback, could coexist.

“We’re brothers now,” Amendola said. “We play on the same team, so we’re going to fight together.”

So there you have it. Put two guys in the same colors and everything’s rosy.

“He’s a good guy,” McCain said of Amendola.

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