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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. For a guy who finished with three straight losing seasons, Tony Sparano sure was liked by his players.
In fact, nine months after Miami fired Sparano as head coach, some Dolphins players still believe they could have done more to have kept Sparano around. Instead, Sparano, now offensive coordinator of the New York Jets, will be in Miami on Sunday standing on the opposite sideline.
"It was one of those things where you kind of felt responsible as a player," Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith said about the ousting of Sparano. "He can do so much on the sideline. It's up to us to go out there and execute. . . . Things (weren't) going the way we all hoped, and he's gone. It's tough."
Sparano's tenure started out well. He took over a 1-15 squad and led the Dolphins to an 11-5 mark and the AFC East title in 2008. But Sparano went 18-27 the rest of the way and was dismissed after a 4-9 start last season.
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Reggie Bush of the Miami Dolphins showed some signs of his USC former-self during the Dolphins and Raiders match up on Sunday. On the best touchdown run of the day so far, Reggie Bush cut back on 3rd and 1, somehow stayed on his feet while eluding three tacklers and took it 21 yards for a touchdown. Dolphins lead 14-10 with 7:57 remaining in 3third quarter.
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