The Miami Dolphins can breathe a sigh of relief Thursday morning that they didn’t hire Jeff Fisher to be head coach and have to be involved with the increasingly ugly New Orleans Saints bounty scandal.
The once-proud Miami Dolphins franchise is in shambles after another high-profile swing and miss. The Dolphins first tried to acquire quarterback Peyton Manning, but missed. Now, free agent Matt Flynn has also told the Fins, thanks, but no thanks.
The Miami Dolphins were once thought to be high on the potential list of landing spots for free agent quarterback Peyton Manning. But, as it turns out, that may have never been the case.
For the second time in a year, the Miami Dolphins have been left at the altar by a big-name head coach, this time it’s Jeff Fisher.
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.