Dolphins Head Coach
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has been around two of the best quarterbacks in the last 20 years, namely Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. But Coach Philbin doesn’t believe even the best quarterback can “take over a game.”
The Miami Dolphins can ill afford to lose any of their few impact players for any length of time, but that may be the case after All-Pro left tackle Jake Long went down with a knee injury in practice Monday night.
Lost amidst the hubbub of a quarterback battle, the Chad Johnson experience, and the Hard Knocks cameras is that Friday night, Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin will be coaching his first NFL game ever.
More than 1,000 miles away from the Miami Dolphins training facility, three assistant coaches are interviewing for a second time with the team for the vacant head coaching job.
The Miami Dolphins were already in need of a head coach, and now the Fins also need to find a new defensive coordinator.
The Miami Dolphins are expected to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy this week for the team’s head coaching position.
Now that Jeff Fisher has told the Miami Dolphins thanks, but no thanks; the Fins must recover quickly and decide on whom plans b, c, or d may be.
Former Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher continued to keep the St. Louis Rams and Miami Dolphins in limbo Thursday about whether he would accept either teams’ head coaching job.
The Miami Dolphins may be in the drivers seat in its quest to land former Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher to be the Dolphins’ next coach.
As the Miami Dolphins continue to wait for word to come from Jeff Fisher on whether he will take the head coaching job; the team continued to interview other potential candidates Monday.