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Dolphins announce changes to coaching staff

The Dolphins made their coaching changes official, with an announcement of the moves. Miami confirmed it has hired Dowell Loggains as offensive coordinator and Jeremiah Washburn as offensive line coach. Three members of the staff have changed job titles with Shawn Jefferson becoming assistant head coach/offense, Ben Johnson the wide receivers coach and Clyde Christensen [more]

Dolphins move Clyde Christensen to director of football and player development

The Dolphins will keep former offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen after Dowell Loggains replaced him in that role. Christensen will stay on as the director of football and player development, according to the Miami Herald. Christensen, 61, spent the past two years as the team’s offensive coordinator. He previously was a coordinator for one season in [more]

Will another team make a run at Drew Brees?

Saints quarterback Drew Brees has said, repeatedly, that he plans to stay with the team for which he has played for 12 years. The Saints, so far, have said nothing about the process for signing Brees to a new contract. Here’s the process, as a practical matter. The Saints eventually will decide what they can/will [more]

Baker Mayfield: “I will play anywhere that gives me a chance”

After raising some eyebrows with a social media comment indicating he wants the Dolphins to draft him, Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield clarified that he will play for anyone. “Everybody can relax, I will play anywhere that gives me a chance. I’m not picky, I will go anywhere and strive to uplift a franchise and win [more]

Baker Mayfield states a preference for the Dolphins

Most incoming rookies, conscious of the fact that they have no control over the process, resist expressing a preferred NFL destination. Baker Mayfield is not like most NFL rookies. Via TheBigLead.com, Mayfield posted #GetMeToMiami on Instagram during a live event hosted by Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills. Whether serious or a joke, it’s the kind of [more]

Jarvis Landry won’t be taking a hometown discount to stay in Miami

Late in the season, the Dolphins seemed to decide that they plan to invest long-term in receiver Jarvis Landry, to go along with their long-term investment in receiver Kenny Stills. Next came, possibly, the effort to reduce Landry’s financial expectations, whether via private discussions with Landry’s agent or the engineering of public opinion aimed at [more]

Jay Ajayi still motivated by Dolphins trade

Even though he’s about to play in the NFC Championship Game, it’s clear that his days in Miami are still in the back of Jay Ajayi‘s mind. The Eagles running back admitted the October trade that sent him to Philadelphia was motivation for him. Asked if he was out to prove the Dolphins wrong (amid [more]

Dolphins hire Eric Studesville to oversee run game

The Dolphins have hired Eric Studesville as running backs coach/run-game coordinator, Jeff Legwold of ESPN reports. The Broncos fired Studesville as assistant head coach/running backs coach after the season. He replaces Danny Barrett, who was fired by the Dolphins. Studesville, 50, and Dolphins head coach Adam Gase previously worked together in Denver. Studesville has 17 [more]

Jarvis Landry on contract talks: So many mixed emotions

Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry said in late December that he wants to stay with the Dolphins and was “encouraged” that he would do that after the team started talking about a new contract with free agency looming in March. Landry sounds a bit less encouraged about where things stand a month later. Landry and [more]

Report: Dolphins looking to hire Lions defensive line coach Kris Kocurek

The Miami Dolphins are trying to hire Detroit Lions defensive line coach Kris Kocurek, according to Albert Breer of The MMQB. Kocurek was given permission to interview with Miami. He’s still under contract with the Lions despite the team’s firing of head coach Jim Caldwell earlier this month. Kocurek was first hired by the Lions [more]

Titans will pick 25th, as more spots in draft order set

Four more teams know where they’re picking in the 2018 NFL Draft, as a result of the weekend’s results. The Titans will pick 25th, as they have the lowest record of the divisional round losers, followed by the Falcons, Saints and Steelers. The 29th and 30th picks will be held by the losers of the [more]

Dolphins fire defensive backs coach Lou Anarumo

The Dolphins continue to adjust their coaching staff, chipping away a bit at a time instead of making moves all at once. According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins have decided to part ways with¬†defensive backs coach Lou Anarumo. He’s been with the team since 2012, and was interim defensive coordinator in [more]

Dolphins fire running backs coach, interview Eric Studesville

Former Broncos running backs coach Eric Studesville interviewed for the Giants head coaching position Wednesday. He interviewed for a Dolphins staff position Thursday, Alex Marvez of the Sporting News reports. It is uncertain if the staff position is the running backs spot, but the Dolphins have fired running backs coach Danny Barrett, Armando Salguero of [more]

Raiders will interview Dave DeGuglielmo for OL coach

The Dolphins were not going to retain Dave DeGuglielmo as offensive line coach, and the veteran assistant could have a new job soon. He will interview with the Raiders on Monday, via Ian Rapoport of NFL Media. DeGuglielmo joined the Dolphins staff in October as a replacement for Chris Foerster, who resigned in the wake [more]

Chris Foerster says hitting bottom after cocaine video “was what I needed”

Chris Foerster’s career as a football coach came to the screeching halt with the release of a video in October showing the then Miami Dolphins offensive line coach snorting lines of cocaine. In retrospect, Foerster said the release of the video and the subsequent fallout that led to his resignation from the Dolphins and immediate [more]

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