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The Miami Dolphins learned Friday that they struck out on their attempts to land the big name coach that they had hoped for. So the question many Dolphins fans are asking is: What’s next? Well, some reports indicate that the Dolphins will bring Mike Zimmer (Bengals DC) and/or Dave Toub (Bears ST Coach) back for [...]
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Excuse me for repeating myself as I've posted most of this in the comments sections,however I put it all together here for those that might be interested...
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For those of you who follow me on twitter (@phindaniel) you already know I was quite upset today when hearing the news that the Dolphins had lost the Jeff Fisher sweepstakes. I went on a little twitter rant however I felt I could best reach my audience through blog.
I’ve been a Dolphins fan for all my life and while there is plenty of to complain about in modern day history I’ve...
You have to think Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross could use the Kobe System seminar right now.
Ross has already failed to reel in two big fish, missing on John Harbaugh and Jeff Fisher the past two offseasons, and now the Dolphins must finish executing plan B of their head coaching search, which will likely involve hiring one of the NFL’s hot, young coordinators.
Problem is there’s...
Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross claims that Jeff Fisher’s decision to join the Rams didn’t come down to him wanting to have the final decision when it comes to football affairs.
“It wasn’t about an organizational structure from the feeling I had,” Ross said. “There was a partnership (between Fisher and General Manager Jeff Ireland) and that was fine with both of them...
The Miami Dolphins are one of the few remaining teams without a head coach in the NFL. After spending nearly two weeks trying to woo head coach Jeff Fisher who ultimately joined the St. Louis Rams. NFL Network analyst Jason LaCanfora is reporting this morning that the Miami Dolphins are going to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy.
McCoy, 39, spent...
The Miami Dolphins are expected to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy for the team's vacant head coaching position, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported on Monday.
McCoy was originally slated to interview for the Jacksonville Jaguars' position, but the Broncos were still in the playoffs at the time. Jacksonville promptly hired Mike Mularkey to the position...
NFL Network’s Joe Theismann and others in the national media told the cold reality of a franchise that was once thought of among the NFL royalty.
Rejected by Jeff Fisher, the Miami Dolphins plan to interview several more candidates before hiring a coach, owner Stephen Ross said Friday.
The Dolphins plan to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy early this week, according to a league source.
The Miami Dolphins will interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy for their vacant head-coaching position Monday morning, a league source told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora.
The Dolphins have lost out on the biggest fish in this year's coaching carousel.
NBC Sports' Peter King is reporting former Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher has agreed to become the coach of the St. Louis Rams, after he spent the last week going back and forth between leading the Dolphins or the Rams. Who wouldn't want to live and work in St. Louis over South Florida...
With so much being said about the Miami Dolphins’ head-coaching job and the Raiders reportedly planning to make a quick decision (given that the Packers have been bumped out of the playoffs the Raiders now can), the Tampa situation has gotten lost in the shuffle. But the Bucs are in no hurry to fill their…