Another up-and-down Miami Dolphins season is heading towards a familiar ending.
A spokeswoman for Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson’s attorney said Tuesday the NFL player plans to plead not guilty to a child abuse charge during his first court appearance in Texas since his indictment last month.
The Miami Dolphins filled the job of offensive coordinator Wednesday with the hiring of Bill Lazor. Twenty-four hours later, the Dolphins have a new position that will need to be filled on the staff.
Two teams headed in opposite directions meet in this week’s edition of Thursday Night Football, as the Cincinnati Bengals look to hand the Miami Dolphins their fifth-straight loss of the 2013 NFL season.
Even with rookie Ryan Tannehill under center for Miami (1-3), the Bengals could face a stiff test against a Dolphins squad that ranks ninth in the league in total offense (397.0 yards per game) and averages 21.5 points.
The coaching carousel in the NFL is coming to an end and the Miami Dolphins are one of only three teams without a head coach.
The Miami Dolphins are expected to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy this week for the team’s head coaching position.
Now that Jeff Fisher has told the Miami Dolphins thanks, but no thanks; the Fins must recover quickly and decide on whom plans b, c, or d may be.
As the Miami Dolphins continue to wait for word to come from Jeff Fisher on whether he will take the head coaching job; the team continued to interview other potential candidates Monday.