Found December 27, 2011 on The Daily Dolphin:
It’s no secret that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross will aim high and make a run at the top head coaching candidates available on the market – Bill Cowher, Jeff Fisher and Jon Gruden among them. When the Dolphins fired Tony Sparano two weeks ago, the Dolphins’ job looked pretty good next to the other two [...]
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