The key positions on the Miami Dolphins coaching staff have been filled.
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has precious little time to name his coaching staff after taking over the team Friday night.
The Miami Dolphins are expected to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy this week for the team’s head coaching position.
The University of Florida needed an upgrade at offensive coordinator after the failed Charlie Weis experiment. Wednesday, they got that upgrade from a school that has been the biggest BCS buster of them all.
Former Miami Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano didn’t have to wait long to find a new job and it’s one where he can stick it to his former team at least twice a year.
The Miami Dolphins will continue their head coaching search into the weekend when they will interview Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin.
The Jacksonville Jaguars continue to search for a head coach with an offensive mind in hopes of developing the player they see as the future, quarterback Blaine Gabbert.
University of Florida offensive coordinator Charlie Weis has a conundrum on his hands after starting quarterback John Brantley was ruled out for Saturday’s game at LSU.
Miami Dolphins quarterback continues to have a tough time trying to establish himself as the starter for the Fins. The latest dust-up came during Monday night’s open practice at Sun Life Stadium.
Chad Henne is still looking to solidify his role as the Miami Dolphins’ starting quarterback in 2011. He may go a long way towards doing that if the NFL locks out the players starting Thursday.