Dave DeGuglielmo serving as analyst for Dolphins

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After helping turn around a struggling offensive line in Indianapolis last season, Dave DeGuglielmo is now serving as an analyst with the Miami Dolphins.

According to Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post, DeGuglielmo is assisting Miami offensive line coach Pat Flaherty and was at the team’s rookie mini-camp. Via Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, DeGuglielmo with serve as a general analyst for both sides of the ball.

DeGuglielmo was previously the Dolphins offensive line coach from 2009-11 under head coach Tony Sparano. He worked alongside new Dolphins head coach Brian Flores with the New England Patriots for two years as the offensive line coach of the Patriots from 2014-15.

DeGuglielmo signed on to coach the Colts offensive line when everyone expected Josh McDaniels to be the head coach. He remained on staff after McDaniels backed out at the last-minute and the Colts pivoted to Frank Reich instead. After one year together in a forced marriage, Reich fired DuGuglielmo in favor of Chris Strausser and Howard Mudd.

The Colts offensive line saw a massive jump in productivity last season under DeGuglielmo. The selection of Quenton Nelson certainly helped, as did the return of a healthy Andrew Luck, but DeGuglielmo deserves credit for the turnaround as well.

8 responses to “Dave DeGuglielmo serving as analyst for Dolphins

  1. Worst 2 years the Patriots had at offensive line was when he was coach. Almost got Brady killed in that Broncos playoff game 4 years ago.

  2. If it rains a lot and my yard looks beautiful, I deserve some credit?

    Maybe. Maybe not. Wholesale judgements or summaries are unnecessary.

    I’d keep a guy if he made the team better. I’d lose a guy if he was a moving part and I thought someone else could make them better.

  3. The nfl is rigged.

    ANOTHER boston born/raised/educated front office mole
    to help cheat AFC East opponents.

    Anyone who gambles is a sucker.

  4. Looks like Steve Keim in a little theater makeup is looking to make sure he’s got something to fall back on in the event Kyler Murray doesn’t work out. Surprised they fell for it.

  5. I’ve been curious as to what part, if any, DeGuglielmo’s treatment of Denzelle Good had in DeGuglielmo being let go in Indy.

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