Miami Dolphins’ fans have not been shy to make their feelings about general manager Jeff Ireland known. From planes flying overhead to small protests outside the Dolphins’ facility, fans have repeatedly said they want Ireland out.
Getting sacked has been one of the biggest issues facing the Miami Dolphins offense this season. The same terminology may soon be applied to the coaching staff and general manager in the wake of the harassment scandal that has enveloped the team.
The mess that is the Miami Dolphins organization continued to deteriorate Monday, despite owner Stephen Ross speaking for the first time on the matter and announcing a new committee to look at the state of the team.
The soap opera that is the Miami Dolphins continued to take more turns late Thursday and into Friday morning.
Every team in sports or business will at some point have to deal with issues that damage the reputation of said team/company. Most will come through it and recover. But as scandal after scandal and failure after failure keep piling up for the Miami Dolphins, how much more can the team’s reputation take?
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland is on the hot seat after a report that said he told Jonathan Martin’s agent to punch Richie Incognito. Ireland is also getting roasted by former Dolphins backup quarterback Sage Rosenfels.
The bizarre and seemingly never-ending story surrounding the Miami Dolphins, Jonathan Martin, and Richie Incognito continued to unfold overnight with general manager Jeff Ireland’s name coming to the forefront.
When the Miami Dolphins went looking for dynamic playmakers last offseason, they targeted the biggest one in free agency, wide receiver Mike Wallace. But with nearly half the season over, Wallace is looking like a bust in his first year in Miami.
Even in Dan Marino’s heyday, when his infrequent handoffs were tantamount to a trick play, the Miami Dolphins had a more prolific ground game than this year’s team.
The Miami Dolphins signed multiple players in the offseason, but a signing that went way under the radar could end up being one of the more important ones owner Stephen Ross made in 2013.