The Dolphins raised some eyebrows when they hired Brian Daboll to be the team's offensive coordinator after the Browns had little success under Daboll in 2010.
Dolphins LS John Denney has been added to the 2011 AFC Pro Bowl team as a coach's selection.
The Dolphins have hired former Browns offensive coordinator Brian Daboll to fill the same position, replacing Dan Henning, who stepped down on Jan. 6. The news was first reported by Chris Mortensen of ESPN.
John Garrett will remain with his brother in Dallas after interviewing in Miami for the Dolphins' vacant offensive coordinator position earlier this week.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross wants an upgrade on the offensive side of the ball in 2011, and that could come in the form of a speedy fourth receiver.
Former Vikings head coach Brad Childress will interview with the Dolphins this weekend for their vacant offensive coordinator position.
The Dolphins have received permission to interview Chargers tight ends and assistant head coach Rob Chudzinski for their vacant offensive coordinator position.
It took less than a week for Stephen Ross to turn the Dolphins into the laughingstock of the NFL. In less than a week, Tony Sparano went from simply being on the hot seat to realizing how little confidence his ...
Dolphins quarterbacks coach David Lee will leave Miami and join Ole Miss as their new offensive coordinator. ESPN's Chris Mortensen first reported the news.
He may have been slated for backup duty, but Miami NT Paul Soliai wound up starting 14 games, boosting his value as an impending free agent, according to AFC East Whispers.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross signed head coach Tony Sparano to a two-year extension through 2013 on Saturday, ending a bizarre week for the organization.
With Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams both being free agents, the Dolphins' backfield could see some new faces in 2011, possibly drafting Alabama's Mark Ingram.
After a bizarre coaching search that involved an $8 million pitch to Jim Harbaugh, the Dolphins have reportedly decided to retain head coach Tony Sparano.
PFW has confirmed reports that the Dolphins will likely offer Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh a contract worth $8 million per season to be their new head coach.
A contingent from the Miami Dolphins reportedly flew to the Bay Area on Wednesday evening to meet with Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh, just hours after he had conducted a lengthy interview with the 49ers.