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13 hours ago The Splash Zone 1/25/22: Miami Dolphins Head Coach Search Continues
Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Was really hoping some tidbits would drop yesterday about the Miami Dolphins head coach search. It’s been two weeks since the team fired Brian Flores and things have been pretty quiet and secretive. We know the team requested interviews with seven different candidates, but the team is not announcing when they are done with said interviews. Brian Daboll appears to be a favorite thanks to his work with the Buffalo Bills and Josh Allen, while also having prior experience working with Tua Tagovailoa. But it seems like the New York Giants would also like to have Daboll as their new head coach. Hopefully we get more info on the Dolphins search in the coming days. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Miami Dolphins Coach Search: Giants Obstacle, the Harbaugh X-Factor, Favorite Emerging? - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and MoreBreaking down the latest developments involving the Miami Dolphins search for a new head coach Dolphins Quarterbacks Fins Extra Point: Like It or Not, Miami’s Next Coaching Choice Will be Tied to Tua – NBC 6 South FloridaWhoever the next head coach is for the Dolphins will be someone who may not be hand-picked by Tua, but someone who at the very least is going to stand by the... Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 1/24/22: Jaylen Waddle’s Jersey In Canton - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Dolphins 2022 free agents and offseason important dates - The PhinsiderI was actually proactive as the regular season ended and the Miami Dolphins were not headed to the playoffs. I started building a document to share with all of the contributors on the site to set... PHINSIDER RADIO | EP: 100 | The ‘‘Why the Miami Dolphins Should Hire San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel’ Podcast - The PhinsiderPlease Note: This podcast was recorded on January 20th, 2021. Miami Dolphins head coach search 2022: Is Vance Joseph headed for South Florida return? - The PhinsiderCould Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph be headed for a return to South Florida? The 2016 Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator is on Miami’s list of coaching interviews - a list...
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
23 hours ago Miami Dolphins head coach search 2022: Is Vance Joseph headed for South Florida return?
Photo by Jorge Lemus/NurPhoto via Getty Images Could Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph be headed for a return to South Florida? The 2016 Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator is on Miami’s list of coaching interviews - a list Miami is not releasing pre- or post-interview this year - and could find himself the favorite to land the job. Miami is believed to be considering seven coaches for the head coach opening created when they fired Brian Flores. Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel, Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, and Los Angeles Rams running backs coach/assistant head coach Thomas Brown have all been reported as interview targets, along with Joseph. Not mentioned - but again, the Dolphins are not issuing updates on their interviews this year - are former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson or University of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh, both of whom Miami could interview without having to submit a request, though Dolphins owner Stephen Ross seemed to eliminate Harbaugh earlier this offseason, saying he will not be the person to take Harbaugh away from Michigan. Ross is an alumnus of Michigan and a major donator to the school. Joseph, Daboll, and Quinn have all been in Miami previously. Daboll as the team’s offensive coordinator in 2011, Quinn as the defensive line coach in 2005 and 2006, and Joseph in 2016. Quinn appears to be the favorite for the Denver Broncos’ opening. Daboll seems to be the early favorite, especially among fans, but he also could be the favorite to land the New York Giants head coaching position. New York just hired Joe Schoen as their general manager, pulling him out of the Buffalo assistant GM position. Could the shared Bills experience lead Daboll to the Giants job? That leaves Joseph as someone who is familiar with the Dolphins. If Moore, Frazier, Brown, or McDaniel crush (crushed?) their interview, then maybe one of them jumps to the top of the list, but as of now, it seems like Joseph may be the favorite if Daboll lands with the Giants. According to Giants beat reporter Art Stapleton of The Record and, the two names he is hearing the most when it comes to Miami’s head coaching position are Daboll and Joseph. Sports Illustrated’s Alain Poupart also is speculating Joseph could become the favorite to head to Miami. Over at the MMQB, Albert Breer also looks at Joseph as the potential next head coach of the Dolphins. Writing that he expects the Dolphins’ head coaching search to “accelerate in the coming days,” Breer writes, “If Denver were to take Quinn off the market, that could create some tension on Daboll—I’m told he interviewed well with the Dolphins, and his background with the organization, having been there in 2011, helps his cause. If the Giants try to close on Daboll? Then, Miami could turn to its ex-defensive coordinator (and current Cardinals DC) Vance Joseph, another candidate who’s positioned well with Miami wrapping up its initial set of head coaching interviews.” Breer continues, writing, “And while it’s been stressed to me that Miami hasn’t made any decisions yet and remains focused on wrapping up the first phase of interviews, the standing relationships that Joseph and Daboll (and remember, Daboll has one with Tua Tagovailoa, too) have appear to be relevant now.” Could Miami find their next head coach in their previous defensive coordinator? Joseph has something none of the Dolphins’ head coaching hires since Dave Wannstedt in 2000 has had prior to being hired - previous head coaching experience. Joseph served as the Broncos’ head coach from 2017 through 2018, moving from Miami’s defensive coordinator into that role. Could he go full circle and return to South Florida as his return to a head coaching position? It sounds like, he might be one of the favorites in Miami’s coaching search for 2022.
954area has new update 1 day ago ‘Live flies sitting on assorted donuts’: Four South Florida restaurants temporarily ordered shut
Flies went on a sugar rush last week, pigging out on doughnuts, muffins and landing on bags of brown sugar at these South Florida restaurants ordered shut last week.
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1 day ago Offishial news, 1/24/22: Álex González and Luis Castillo; Dave Van Horne speaks; Neidert ties the knot
Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/Getty Images The latest Miami Marlins coverage to get you through the lockout blues. Bargaining between MLB and the MLBPA resumes today when the players’ union is expected to present a counteroffer to the league. So far, the two sides have been talking past each other rather than earnestly negotiating a new CBA. But the fact that this meeting will take place face to face is at least mildly encouraging. Although the Marlins came across as courteous in their social media goodbye post, Dave Van Horne tells Sportsnet’s Blair & Barker podcast that he did not retire on his own terms. The longtime radio broadcaster hoped to continue working for another year or two. There wasn’t mutual interest, though. He declined a part-time gig for the 2022 season, which would have included only 12 games of play-by-play duty. Van Horne also called out the Marlins for reducing his workload and/or compensation in every season since the ownership change. Most of you have not had the opportunity to watch Dax Fulton in action. My gift to you: every pitch from his 10-strikeout performance on August 4. If you want more of these kind of Marlins prospect videos, please leave a like for it on YouTube! Louis Addeo-Weiss discusses Jesse Winker as a potential trade target. Once Marlins, always Marlins? For the third consecutive year, Luis Castillo and Álex González will be coaching the Palm Beach Marlins in the Collegiate League of the Palm Beaches. Not in Hall of Fame ranks their Top 50 all-time Marlins players based on an amalgamation of tenure, traditional statistics, advanced statistics, playoff statistics, and postseason accolades. Both Castillo and González easily made the cut. Matt Melton of Marlin Maniac cooks up three Marlins-Guardians trade proposals. The Yipps Podcast spoke with Daniel Castano about the unorthodox circumstances surrounding his MLB debut. Congratulations to Nick Neidert and Mckay Culberson, who got married on Saturday! Castano and fellow Marlins teammates Cody Poteet and Brian Miller were among those who attended the wedding, as did old friend Adam Conley (pictured on the far right). View this post on Instagram A post shared by Daniel Castano (@daniel_castano22)

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