Dolphins announce changes to coaching staff

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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 the director of football and player development.

The team did not retain defensive backs coach Lou Anarumo, running backs coach Danny Barrett and defensive line coach Terrell Williams.

8 responses to “Dolphins announce changes to coaching staff

  1. Director of football and player development? Just fire him. Gase is treating the Dolphins coaching positions as his own personal job fair for his friends. He should try finding guys competent in coaching football before he is relegated to the scrap heap of former head coaches

  2. “Director of football and player development? Just fire him (Christensen). Gase is treating the Dolphins coaching positions as his personal job fair for his friends”

    Every team has a similar position. Learn something about how NFL teams operate. And when did you become an expert on who Gase’s friends are? Are you hanging around with him?

  3. Hooray…. with the 11 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft: The Miami BEARS choose another slow developer like Charles, Harris, Laremy Tunsil, Davante Parker or Juwan James. Booooo!

    The Dolphins Offense was near the bottom (25th) in performance, so what do they do? Gase goes out and poaches the Bears Coaches… who were actually worse (30th)! So, freakin’ hard to be a Fan.

  4. Head Coach Adam Gase has fired many offensive coaches. Gase was responsible for the play calling and how much of the Dolphin’s low ranked offense should be attributed to the Gase predictable play calling. He is responsible for bringing in two free agents in TE Thomas and QB Cutler. Both were major mistakes. Gase clearly has to find some more offensive line personnel. So if next season is similar to this past one; Not making the playoffs and a losing record. Will Gase get fired? Certainly Gase has to start taking some of the blame for this woeful Miami Dolphin’s team!

  5. One thing that you have to give Gase credit for is not sitting down and quietly tanking the season when Tannehill went down. An injury to your starting QB one month before opening day is a legitimate explanation for a losing season.
    Gase by pushing for Cutler and Thomas and trading Ajayi in the middle of the season put a target on his back as none of the moves worked.
    At least he realizes that going 6-10 is unacceptable.
    Not sure that any of the moves will make an impact but at least Gase is trying to make some changes.

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