Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland has proven to be Teflon-like for his ability to not have the Dolphins continuing woes stick to him. But, his time may be about to run out with the expected horrendous season the Dolphins are undertaking now.
When the Miami Dolphins go on the clock next Thursday in the first round of the NFL Draft, it will likely have to make a decision on whether to pick quarterback Ryan Tannehill or take their chances on getting a quarterback in the second round.
The National Football League dropped the discipline hammer on the New Orleans Saints for the team’s bounty program which rewarded players for hits that knocked out other players or forced them to be carted off the field.
After Tony Sparano was fired, and Mike Nolan was not retained by the Miami Dolphins, things were changing quickly for the team. That change may include a completely revamped defensive philosophy.
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 Heat’s Big Three may be down to the Big Two in the next few games, but general managers across the league overwhelmingly believe the Miami Heat will win the NBA championship this season.
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.
It’s long been assumed that Carl Peterson would eventually take over the Miami Dolphins. After Tuesday’s interview with Jeff Fisher, it appears Peterson is already beginning to put his imprint on the Dolphins.