When Jeff Fisher announced Friday afternoon that he was going to coach the St. Louis Rams; it reiterated just how bad the Miami Dolphins organization had fallen in the world of the National Football League.
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.
The Miami Dolphins will continue their head coaching search into the weekend when they will interview Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin.
Former Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher spent Wednesday traveling and interviewing for the head coaching position with the St. Louis Rams. But Dolphins fans shouldn’t give up on landing Fisher just yet.
When Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross talked about his next head coach; he said he wanted a big name coach ready to take the team to the next level. Tuesday, the Fins interviewed the biggest head coaching name left, Jeff Fisher.
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.
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.