The Miami Dolphins have one less team to contend with for their head coaching position as the Kansas City Chiefs have removed the “interim” tag from Romeo Crennel’s nameplate. Making him the next K.C. Chiefs head coach.
Now reports are surfacing that his new OC may very well be our own Tony Sparano. Sparano of course was the Dallas Cowboys offensive line coach under Bill Parcells prior to his stay in Miami and also called plays for the Cowboys at times.
The hiring of Crennel leaves Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa Bay, and St. Louis looking for head coaches with the Rams expected to announce the hiring of Jeff Fisher at any moment, leaving only Florida coachless.
In other news, WR Brandon Marshall and Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler, exchanged tweets late last week. Marshall said he missed the confidence that Cutler had in him to just throw the ball up and let him go and get it. Cutler promoted a reunion of the two in Chicago.
To that I say go for it Ireland. Make a trade with Chicago and ship Marshall and his problems to someone else. Miami could use the extra picks.
Still wondering if the Dolphins made the right move taking Jake Long over Matt Ryan? Ryan appeared in his third post-season game, all losses, and delivered a very pedestrian performance. The Atlanta Falcons offense, coached by Mike Mularkey, failed to reach the endzone. In fact the Falcon defense scored more points (2) on a safety than the Atlanta offense. Yep, that’s the coach I want in Miami.