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The Buffalo Bills revamped front office looks very familiar

There wasn’t much to like about the Buffalo Bills under former Head Coach Rex Ryan. Sure, I realize they are division rivals and let’s be honest, many of us despise the very existence of the other three AFC East teams. In fact, the best thing about the Bills under Sexy Rexy was how easy it was for Jay Ajayi to run for 200 yards in both of their 2016 meetings. In the end, Rex...
Via The Phinsider
1 day ago

Sunday morning one-liners

Dennis Hickey and Brian Gaine are in the same Bills front office after competing for jobs in the past. The Dolphins think a battle for a starting safety job will make everyone better. Is this WR Julian Edelman’s final year with the Patriots? Previewing Jets position battles ahead of OTAs. There’s both potential and question…
Via Pro Football Talk
2 days ago

Former Dolphins G.M. lands with the Bills

Bills G.M. Brandon Beane has lined up a growing list of scouts and executives who are either on pace for big jobs or who have previously held them. The latest additions to a front office being largely rebuilt from scratch include former Dolphins G.M. Dennis Hickey, via the Buffalo News.  Hickey will work as a…
Via Pro Football Talk
3 days ago

Buffalo Bills continue to rebuild front office with five scouting hires

Three of the five were with the team under Doug Whaley The Buffalo Bills announced today that they’ve hired five scouts as they continue to rebuild their front office after the firing of Doug Whaley and his staff a few weeks ago. The big name in the group is Dennis Hickey, who will serve as a senior college scout. Hickey had been the general manager of the Miami Dolphins for the...
Via Buffalo Rumblings
4 days ago

Bills make more additions to their scouting department

The Bills retained three scouts and announced the hiring of two other scouts including former Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey.
4 days ago

General Manager Dennis Hickey fired

After days of speculation, the Dolphins have fired General Manager Dennis Hickey. Hickey was hired by owner Steven Ross in 2014 after numerous candidates turned down the opening over concerns of the Dolphins hierarchy. This was a move that had to be made. His first years’ free agency class was a disaster. His top four signings (Brandon Albert, Louis Delmas, Knoshown Moreno and...
Via Phins Phocus
January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Dolphins, General Manager Dennis Hickey Agree To Part Ways After Two Seasons

MIAMI — General manager Dennis Hickey has parted ways with the Miami Dolphins at the end of a disappointing season. Hickey’s departure after two years in Miami was announced Saturday on the eve of the season finale against the New England Patriots. It’s part of an anticipated restructuring that will include a coaching search. The Dolphins went 8-8 last year and are 5-10 this...
January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Dolphins part ways with GM Dennis Hickey, Chris Grier leading candidate to take his place

Ah, Black Monday, that lovely shopping day after the holidays when we all.. ..oh wait, that’s something different.Each year in the NFL, Black Monday signals the end of the NFL regular season, and the end of roughly a quarter of the league’s coaching and general manager jobs, and sometimes entire front office staffs. NFL owners have watched and assessed their team’s performance...
Via PhinManiacs
January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Dennis Hickey has limited power, Dolphins may draft WR nad more news

The weeks following the first and second waves of free agency leading up to the NFL Draft are some of the slowest in the NFL in terms of news coming out. Nonetheless, there are still some tidbits in regards to the Miami Dolphins for you to digest and think about. Here's the latest on the team.This has been widely assumed by many but when you see it amongst the mainstream media, it...
Via PhinManiacs
March 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey not named top-10 in the NFL… yet

Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro. Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
Via cover32 - Dolphins
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

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