Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland released a rare public statement Monday to address what will be the biggest move of his tenure, the hiring of the new Fins head coach.
Despite another disappointing season, the Dolphins still might be in better shape than the reeling Buffalo Bills. Playing their first game since former head coach Tony Sparano was fired, the Dolphins look to hand the Bills a seventh consecutive loss Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Few former Dolphins are respected as much as Dan Marino. But his latest comments on the coaching search could be exactly what Dolphins fans don’t want to hear.
The Miami Dolphins are just now starting their coaching search, but the winningest coach in NFL history has some early advice for the next man to lead the Fins franchise.
The Miami Dolphins have fired head coach Tony Sparano Monday afternoon after his team started 0-7 this season and lost two of their last three games recently.
Now that the Miami Dolphins have canned Tony Sparano, the immediate speculation turns to who will become the Dolphins tenth head coach in team history.
The Miami Dolphins descent to the nadir of professional football isn’t complete yet. But if the Dolphins were hoping that former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher would rescue the franchise; they may be out of luck.
Former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher has been approached by intermediaries for the Miami Dolphins about taking over the collapsing franchise, according to cbssports.com.
Every football fan and observer knows that head coach Tony Sparano is not going to be the Miami Dolphins head coach sooner or later. But when he’s let go, the question is, what now?
The Miami Dolphins haven’t fired Tony Sparano, but they also haven’t given him a vote of confidence either as they reach out to other head coaches to gauge their interest.