Brian Flores expects Dolphins’ entire coaching staff back in 2021

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Dolphins coach Brian Flores doesn’t see any reason to make any changes on his coaching staff.

Flores told reporters today that he expects all of his assistants back for the 2021 season.

That includes offensive coordinator Chan Gailey, whose job security had been the subject of much speculation — and even an erroneous story that he was leaving.

Flores and his staff made undeniable progress in Year 2, improving from 5-11 in 2019 to 10-6 in 2020. But the Dolphins disappointingly ended the season by missing the playoffs. In Year 3, missing the postseason would undoubtedly result in changes on the coaching staff.

2 responses to “Brian Flores expects Dolphins’ entire coaching staff back in 2021

  1. Tua is going to need so much help to make this team competitive in the playoffs that getting rid of Tannehill makes no sense at all now. Our defense and offensive lines will have have to be ranked in the top three,with a beast at running back. If we ever pay Tua a top five contract we’ll be back at the bottom of the division. If the New York Jets, the New England Patriots and Buffalo all started the season with the same quarter backs next year ours will be the worst in the division. We spent the 5 pick in the draft on a guy that can’t make the team better when he steps on the field and San Diego drafted the guy that does right behind us.

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