By CBSMiami.com Team

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Dolphins announced Saturday that they have named Charlie Frye quarterbacks coach.

The team said they had parted ways with Robby Brown as their quarterbacks’ coach.

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Here is what the Dolphins had to say about Frye’s hiring:

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“Frye joins the Dolphins after spending the past two seasons (2019-20) as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Central Michigan. In 2020, Frye led a Chippewas offense that finished third in the Mid-American Conference in rushing (218.2 yards per game). In his first season as offensive coordinator in 2019, he helped Central Michigan win the MAC West Division and lead the conference with 6,070 total yards. Frye played five seasons in the NFL for Cleveland (2005-07), Seattle (2008) and Oakland (2009) and started 23 games at quarterback.”

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Brown was hired as Miami’s quarterbacks’ coach in 2020. He also spent four seasons with the New York Jets (2015-18) where he served as an offensive quality control coach (2015-16) and defensive assistant (2017-18).

CBSMiami.com Team