While the season hasn’t gone the way they’d hoped, the Miami Dolphins have one big positive to take from their 2014 campaign.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin had the pressure of coaching for his job lifted by owner Steve Ross, who confirmed Philbin will be the head coach in 2015.
The Miami Dolphins slim playoff hopes came to an end on Sunday but that didn’t stop the team from making an inspired comeback against the visiting Minnesota Vikings.
Many thought that the Miami Dolphins would be among the teams searching for a new head coach following the end of the 2014 NFL season.
Shortly after the game, the Dolphins’ owner Stephen Ross said Coach Joe Philbin will return next year.
With the Miami Dolphins at 7-7 and all but eliminated from the playoffs, defensive tackle Jared Odrick talked about playing out the season.
Another up-and-down Miami Dolphins season is heading towards a familiar ending.
Miami Dolphins Coach Joe Philbin was back at the teams practice facility before 6 a.m. Monday morning despite having flown down from New England the night before.
Although two games remain in the 2014 NFL season, the Miami Dolphins’ quest for a playoff berth died in New England yesterday after falling 41-13 to Tom Brady and the Patriots. As for coach Joe Philbin’s […]
Playing in Foxborough has been a nightmare for the Miami Dolphins, and Sunday was no different.