New York Jets fans are about to enter full-fledged panic mode as the offense under first-year offensive coordinator Tony Sparano continues to sputter in preseason. It’s something Miami Dolphins fans can relate to and likely knew was coming.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross and general manager Jeff Ireland met a skeptical press corps at the annual NFL Owners meetings in Palm Beach.
The last time the NFL saw Bill Parcells, he was leaving the mess that is the Miami Dolphins behind and heading for a cushy television job. But, Parcells may be coming back to the league, again.
Hoping to sweeten the pot and unload a pricey home he no longer needs, former Miami Dolphins coach Tony Sparano has slashed the price on his former Davie digs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin has interviewed for the Miami Dolphins coaching job.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland released a rare public statement Monday to address what will be the biggest move of his tenure, the hiring of the new Fins head coach.