More than 1,000 miles away from the Miami Dolphins training facility, three assistant coaches are interviewing for a second time with the team for the vacant head coaching job.
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.
When Jeff Fisher announced Friday afternoon that he was going to coach the St. Louis Rams; it reiterated just how bad the Miami Dolphins organization had fallen in the world of the National Football League.
Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin has interviewed for the Miami Dolphins coaching job.
The Miami Dolphins wasted no time in starting its head coaching search in 2012. Monday, Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland interviewed former interim head coach Todd Bowles for the permanent head coaching position.
The last time the Miami Dolphins saw the New England Patriots; Tom Brady torched the Fins for more than 500 yards passing in a game that set the tone for the Fins’ 0-7 start. This Sunday, with just two games left, the Fins look totally different; but the Patriots remain one the NFL’s juggernauts.
Lost amidst the hubbub of the Dolphins victory and the stellar performance of Reggie Bush was the solid job a backup did trying to fill the biggest shoes on the Fins’ offense.
Reggie Bush had a career-best 203 yards rushing in a 30-23 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday that made interim head coach Todd Bowles’ debut a success.
Despite another disappointing season, the Dolphins still might be in better shape than the reeling Buffalo Bills. Playing their first game since former head coach Tony Sparano was fired, the Dolphins look to hand the Bills a seventh consecutive loss Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
J.P. Losman is familiar enough with Buffalo Bills fans to not make any predictions regarding what reception he might get should the Miami Dolphins backup quarterback start against his former team on Sunday.