On his way out the door, former Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano showed the class that his players and the organization had come to expect from him.
Tony Sparano met with reporters Monday morning fresh off a disappointing loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. The main question at hand was whether he expects to remain with the Dolphins next season.
The rumors have been circling around Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano’s job security all season. Now, CBS4 has confirmed that Sparano’s Broward County home has been placed up for sale.
After having a night to reflect on his team’s complete failure to close out a win against the Denver Broncos; Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano talked to the media in a humble tone.
In the realm of NFL failures, the Miami Dolphins reached a level never before seen since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger on Sunday.
Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano was undercut in the offseason by ownership and his tenure in Miami is on thin ice after a 0-5 start. But, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald, Sparano may lose his job if the Fins lose to the Broncos.
With an extra week to marinate on the 0-4 record the Dolphins put up through the first quarter of the season, Fins head coach Tony Sparano said he wanted his team to get back to basics.
Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano may be on the hottest seat in the NFL after his team lost again Sunday to bring the Fins record to 0-4 in 2011.
The Miami Dolphins season has a big chance of getting away from them if they can’t manage to pull out a victory on Sunday in San Diego against the Chargers.
During Monday night’s open practice at Sun Life Stadium, fans began chanting every time quarterback Chad Henne made an errant pass. The chant was “We Want Orton,” but head coach Tony Sparano had a message to send back to fans Wednesday.