- Fins sign OT Clabo Miami signs former Falcon OT Tyson Clabo to a 1 year deal
- Fins select CB Jamar Taylor Boise State CB Jamar Taylor is the Fins selection at the #54 pick
- Davone Bess traded to Browns Reports that WR Bess has indeed been traded to the Browns
- Miami takes DE Dion Jordan Miami trades up with the Raiders to select DE Dion Jordan
In a Superbowl radio interview today, former Dolphin LB Channing Crowder said that he plans to return to playing in the NFL. Just don’t expect him to come back to Miami.
The 28 year old sat out last season but feels fully healed and ready to play. He is quoted as saying….
“I wouldn’t go on a team with [Dolphins G.M.] Jeff Ireland,” said Crowder. “I’m not very confident in him. He doesn’t know what he’s doing in my opinion. He’s real disrespectful. He doesn’t know how to deal with people.”
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In other news, the Dolphins plan to hire Jim Turner as their offensive line coach. Turner resigned his post with Texas Tech to take the Miami job. Turner was the OL coach for Mike Sherman at Texas A&M. Last year, Texas A&M’s offensive line gave up just 8 sacks all season, the lowest in Division 1A college football.
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Mike Sherman was hired today by the Miami Dolphins as their offensive coordinator. Sherman will be rejoining former colleague and friend Joe Philbin. Both worked at Green Bay together when Sherman was a head coach there.
On a personal note, I think Sherman will make a great OC. He uses a West Coast type offense. His offenses when he was Green Bay head coach broke franchise records in both passing and rushing. He had 5 consecutive winning seasons and three consecutive division titles.
He was the Texans OC in 2007. He took their offense from 28th in the NFL to 14th in his one season as OC.
In addition, Bengals DBs coach Kevin Coyle’s was names the Dolphins defensive coordinator. Coyle has been a defensive assistant coach with Cincinnati since 2001 and a defensive backs coach since 2003. Coyle is familiar with the 4-3 defense, and there are strong indictions that the Dolphins will be switching back to the 4-3 defense.
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