After two successful weeks on the road, the triumphant Miami Dolphins prepare for their 2013 NFL home opener, as the defending NFC South champion Atlanta Falcons invade Sun Life Stadium for a Sunday matinee.
After Tony Sparano was fired, and Mike Nolan was not retained by the Miami Dolphins, things were changing quickly for the team. That change may include a completely revamped defensive philosophy.
The Miami Dolphins were already in need of a head coach, and now the Fins also need to find a new defensive coordinator.
The Miami Dolphins have fired head coach Tony Sparano Monday afternoon after his team started 0-7 this season and lost two of their last three games recently.
The rumors have been circling around Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano’s job security all season. Now, CBS4 has confirmed that Sparano’s Broward County home has been placed up for sale.
In the realm of NFL failures, the Miami Dolphins reached a level never before seen since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger on Sunday.
The final cuts have been made and the preseason is over. The Miami Dolphins regular season opens up in less than a week at Sun Life Stadium against the New England Patriots.