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Since the Miami Dolphins decided to part ways with Tony Sparano, most Dolphins fans have focused on the guy that has been left behind….Jeff Ireland. Ireland is still the Dolphins GM because he has a good relationship with Stephen Ross, who believes the Dolphins are talented enough to win soon. Well, most of the Dolphins [...]
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Some Miami Dolphins fans will love this, some will hate it. Either way, a portion of the Dolphins fan base are trying to make their voices heard. FinsNation.com has started a movement to let Dolphins Owner, Stephen Ross, know exactly how they feel about keeping Jeff Ireland as the Dolphins General Manager. On New Years [...]
Die-hard Dolphins fans Chris Joseph and Roger Paul aren’t happy that owner Stephen Ross fired coach Tony Sparano this week yet opted to keep general manager Jeff Ireland. The two came to Miami together, they figure, and both should be held equally responsible. Obviously, Ross isn’t asking for their opinion. So on Jan. 1 against [...]
Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland rarely has a slip of the tongue. He has occasionally misled listeners, such as when he talked about selecting a defensive player the year the Dolphins selected left tackle Jake Long with the No. 1 pick in 2008, but Ireland generally says what he means. And when he drops hints, it is usually intended.
The Miami Dolphins have been mired in mediocrity for too long, and a pair of Dolphins fans are angry enough to do something about it.
Before the Dolphins take on the New York Jets on New Year's Day, a plane carrying a banner exhorting team owner Stephen Ross to fire general manager Jeff Ireland will fly over Sun Life Stadium.
Chris Joseph and Roger Paul, cowriters of the...
Miami Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland doesn’t have many slips of the tongue.
That’s something I’ve picked up during his four-year tenure in South Florida. He’ll try a couple slight of hand tricks from time-to-time, but Ireland generally says what he means.
And when he drops a hint it is usually intended.
That’s why the most revealing tell from Monday’s firing of...
A pair of Dolphins fans have hired an airplane to circle around Sun Life Stadiumm with signage asking for GM Jeff Ireland's job. An act of anti-12th-man behavior, or genuine fan-base zeal? You decide.
Two meaty Miami Dolphins Talking Points to jumpstart your Wednesday: 1. Dolphins need to find a way to keep Mike Nolan. Even though general manager Jeff Ireland is still here and Stephen Ross hopes that next season won’t be a rebuilding year, many changes are inevitably coming to the Dolphins. A new head coach will [...]
It’s best to let things digest for a couple of hours before trying to break it down, regurgitate what you’ve just swallowed. That approach keeps us from come to any hard and firm conclusions.
It also allows us to avoid foot in mouth disease.
Those who have followed me for a while should know I’m not a knee jerk kind of guy. Jerk maybe….but not knee jerk.
I have to dissect...
The Miami Dolphins are talking to former Kansas City Chiefs president, CEO and general manager Carl Peterson about taking an executive position with the team.
The Miami Herald reported Wednesday that the team could place Peterson at the top of the food chain in football operations, even above general manager Jeff Ireland.
While Ireland would still handle day-to-day personnel duties...
By now, you know that the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs fired their respective coaches. Grantland's Bill Barnwell did a nice job of explaining why both of these firings were essentially CYA jobs by each team's respective GM. The Dolphins are a particularly baffling case because they are remaining loyal to GM Jeff Ireland, despite Ireland's lousy track record...