The most dramatic difference for the Miami Dolphins this offseason will be what won't change: the coach or quarterback.
The Dolphins courted a new coach in January each of the past two years and have perennially been in the market for an upgrade at QB, but both jobs are settled now.
Coach Joe Philbin and quarterback Ryan Tannehill are certain to be back for a second season with Miami. Other positions are less secure, however, with a significant roster shake-up expected in the wake of the Dolphins' fourth consecutive losing season.
A 28-0 loss Sunday at New England underscored the yawning talent gap between the Dolphins and the AFC East champions. Miami finished 7-9 and is 27-37 since 2009.
''Seven-and-nine is not good enough,'' Philbin said Monday. ''Your goal is to compete for championships. So there should be nobody on our team satisfied with where we're at. We've got a lot of work to do.''
General manager Jeff Ireland has stockpiled draft picks and created sufficient salary ...