Found December 13, 2011 on Post-Gazette:
Even before the Miami Dolphins fired Tony Sparano Monday, names of potential successors were being bandied about. Bill Cowher? Jeff Fisher? Jon Gruden? "I'd like to find a young Don Shula if that's possible," owner Stephen Ross said. Shula turns 81 next month, which rules out that option.
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