Report: Dolphins hire Steve Gregory as coaching assistant

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The Dolphins have hired Steve Gregory as a coaching assistant, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Gregory most recently coached the Lions’ secondary in 2020.

He reunites with Dolphins head coach Brian Flores after playing for Flores in New England.

Gregory, 38, played eight NFL seasons, six with the Chargers and two with the Patriots. His final season was 2013.

He began his coaching career at Syracuse in 2015.

Gregory spent the past three seasons in Detroit, two as a defensive assistant before earning a promotion in 2020.

5 responses to “Report: Dolphins hire Steve Gregory as coaching assistant

  1. knn9413 says:
    March 5, 2021 at 7:12 pm
    The buttfumble touchdown man !!
    The photo looks like it may be the butt fumble, or maybe the recovery of the Shonn Greene fumble from the possession before.

  2. Liked Gregory when he was with the Chargers. Undrafted and busted his butt to make a nice career for himself in the NFL. I feel like he’s going to be a good coach.

  3. That was not a butt fumble give credit to big Vince for putting that linemen into the backfield and forcing Sanchez to run into him at full speed. Big Vince made that play.

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