Until Wednesday, the Miami Dolphins haven’t tipped their hand on who they may hire as the new general manager. But that may have changed with the interview of Detroit Lions senior personnel executive Brian Xanders.
The Miami Dolphins have yet to make a hire for either an offensive coordinator or a general manager, but finding a quality offensive coordinator may be the toughest challenge facing the Fins in the offseason.
Another day and another name has been scratched from the list of potential general manager candidates for the Miami Dolphins.
The Florida Panthers scored early and then played enough defense to hang on. Scottie Upshall scored a short-handed goal and had an assist to lead the Panthers over the New York Islanders 4-2 on Tuesday night.
The Miami Dolphins’ search for another general manager will get back underway soon after taking Monday off. The Dolphins are scheduled to interview Brian Xanders in the coming days, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.
A former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker with a degree in sociology from Duke University appears to be emerging as a top candidate for the Miami Dolphins’ general manager job.
After public pressure was reaching a crescendo, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross sought to clarify exactly what the job of a new general manager would entail.
The Miami Dolphins are continuing to line up candidates for a general manager job that may be part of a power structure not seen before in the NFL.
The Miami Dolphins haven’t released an official list of candidates for the vacant general manager job, but according to Newsday.com, a New York Giants executive is going to interview in Davie.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross’ move Tuesday to part ways with general manager Jeff Ireland may have pleased fans initially, but the question remains now of what talented general manager candidate would want to come to the dysfunction in Davie?