The Miami Dolphins 2013 season should be called “hard knocks”. The last two weeks have been hell, the four game losing streak was hell, an investigation will soon be underway by an outside hired office by the NFL, and of course we haven’t heard the last of Mike Pouncey’s situation with Aaron Hernandez. So it’s only natural that the next shoe drops.
Today it was announced that Miami Dolphins assistant offensive line coach Chris Mosely has left the team. This according to Adam Schefter of the NFL Network. Mosely leaves only three days prior to their Monday night game in Tampa Bay and is on the heals of the Jonathan Martin Richie Incognito situation. Mosely was apparently on personal leave but the reason is unknown but we can all assume it will be tied in if only in fiction by the media to the Martin issues. According to Schefter the two sides agreed to part ways.
Offensive line coach Jim Turner remains the OLine coach and may or may not have had knowledge of the current issues the team is dealing with.
UPDATE: According to information regarding Mosely, he left the team in early October, well before the Martin incident. We hope that whatever issues he is dealing with turn out o.k. Intern coach Marco Rivera has been filling in since his departure. It is unknown if the Dolphins will hire him full time as a replacement.