Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano could be re-evaluated if the team remains winless with a home loss to the Denver Broncos this week, the Miami Herald reported Wednesday.
The report cited a source close to owner Stephen Ross that indicated Sparano's job is not secure as may have been believed. Miami (0-5) is one of three winless teams in the NFL.
It was believed that Sparano would remain the coach for the rest of the season when the Dolphins did not make a change following a loss at San Diego on Oct. 2 that dropped Miami to 0-4 heading into its bye week.
The Dolphins lost Monday to the New York Jets. On Sunday, they are planning a ceremony honoring the 2008 University of Florida national championship team which was led by Tim Tebow, who will be Denver's starting quarterback.
Sparano is 14-23 in two-plus years as Dolphins coach. A possible interim replacement is defensive coordinator Mike Nolan, who coached the San Francisco 49ers for four years.
During the offseason, the D...