The Dolphins haven’t been in the Super Bowl since Dan Marino’s second season and they hope the hiring of Adam Gase as their new head coach can be a step toward ending that drought.
On Tuesday, Marino joined Mike Florio on PFT Live from Radio Row in San Francisco to discuss the chances of the Dolphins taking that step.
“You have to be patient as a team,” Marino said. “Hopefully we’ll continue to build and continue to get the type of players that the team needs to compete for the AFC East first. Gotta do a better job there. When you look at teams around the league, you could get in a position to compete pretty quickly. Hopefully we’re close to that.”
Marino, who has the title of special advisor to the president and CEO with the Dolphins, later added that the team needs to be “more consistent” than they’ve been in the last few years. To hear more about Marino’s work with the Dolphins and his thoughts on Ryan Tannehill’s arm strength, check out his full appearance below.