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.
Less than 24 hours after the Miami Dolphins and general manager Jeff Ireland decided to part ways, some fans are celebrating the move and hoping for something positive to finally happen for the franchise.
The Miami Dolphins held the first known interview for the vacant offensive coordinator job Wednesday. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor was in Miami Wednesday to interview for the job.
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?
After serving six seasons as General Manger, the Miami Dolphins and Jeff Ireland have mutually agreed to part ways.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has left the team’s complex without any announcement regarding the makeup of the organization for 2014.
As the Miami Dolphins completed an epic late-season collapse against the New York Jets last Sunday, owner Stephen Ross became so upset he turned away from the game because he could no longer watch. Ross has reportedly been meeting with his top advisers since then and a decision on the fate of several members of the staff and a decision on any staff changes could come as early as Thursday.
If the 2013 Miami Dolphins could be summed up in just a few words it would likely be, consistently inconsistent.