From Jim Harbaugh, to Jon Gruden, to Bill Cowher, while Sparano is still coach is not a good thing to start off. I don't mind having Sparano back, but I highly doubt that the relationship with Sparano and Ireland as well as Dolphins owner Steve Ross will not be the same. Then you have Dolphins Brandon Marshall, Ricky Williams, and former Dolphin Jason Taylor speak about the Miami Dolphins coaching. Now from all those talking, only Brandon Marshall should be the one talking. Ricky Williams is old and he can leave Miami. As much as I like Jason Taylor, he should just go and mind his own business and focus on his beloved Jets. That was last year JT was talking about, we are talking about this year. Then next Henning steps down, which is so far the best thing that has happened this offseason. In my opinion, Ross should have just fired Sparano. He should not have searched for a coach for a good long week, which looked like it lasted a month, and kept Sparano waiting. Ross should have said simply this, we have fired Sparano or we have decided to retain Sparano. That should have happened a couple days after the spanking by the Pats. I really wanted Jim Harbaugh. If he was coach, my faith in Chad Henne would have took a rise since this guy is a genius in developing QB's. Now, with Sparano back, we can go back to the discussion board and think about the long term future QB. Although if we got Harbaugh, we would have brought another QB to compete with Henne but would have felt more comfortable with Henne under Harbaugh. Henne won't develop to where we want him to develop and with QB coach David Lee in town, it won't happen. Lee needs a minimum of 10 years to develop a QB. He should be the guy next on Ross' list to fire.
Now, honestly, with how things are turning out so far in the offseason, I do not know what to expect and I hope it goes good. Ross has the money and hope he spends with good use.