Here are the Miami Dolphins news stories you may have missed over the last 24 hours:
Dolphins Coaching Change:
Fisher says he’ll "listen to anyone" | ProFootballTalk
Teams like the Dolphins and Jaguars can't hire a new head coach until the regular season ends. They can start talking to anyone they choose to in the meantime. Jeff Fisher has made it clear through his agent that he's ready to talk.
Report: Miles a candidate for Dolphins' vacancy - LSU Tigers - CBSSports.com RapidReports
Coach Les Miles has been listed as one of 11 possible candidates for the head coaching vacancy with the Miami Dolphins, according to the Florida Sun-Sentinel. Miles was a TEs coach for the Dallas Cowboys from 1998-2000. He has never been considered for a NFL head coaching job.
Coach can’t be hired until season ends - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
Though firing Tony Sparano has given the Dolphins an early jump on gauging who might be interested in their coaching job, the team will not be permitted to hire a permanent coach until after the season, the league said Tuesday.
Golden coaches don’t always glitter - Miami Dolphins - MiamiHerald.com
None of the 12 coaches who have won Super Bowls and then moved on to coach another team have been able to replicate their success.
Miami Dolphins will get to know interim coach Todd Bowles, who has been a low-profile assistant
Dolphins cornerback Will Allen, who is in his 11th NFL season, said he's been around long enough that nothing surprises him.
Miami Dolphins will have competition to hire a top head-coach candidate
Of the three current NFL coaching vacancies, the Miami Dolphins' job is probably more attractive than the openings in Kansas City and Jacksonville.
Dolphins players must carry on without their leader - South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com
Instead of fighting for Tony Sparano and the coaching staff, Dolphins players must now begin fighting for their careers
Firings show Chiefs, Dolphins still in search of desired image - Football Wires - MiamiHerald.com
Black Monday came a few weeks early this season, with perhaps the most serious casualty being the reputation of Bill Parcells.