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Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 01/17/2016

Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including Clyde Christensen will be the Dolphins offensive coordinator, even though Adam Gase plans to call his own plays.

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HEAD COACH ADAM GASE:

Hyde: Adam Gase took unconventional path to become Dolphins' coach - Sun Sentinel
Adam Gase began diagramming plays and studying video like a coach in high school. So becoming the Miami Dolphins new coach at 37 isn't a question of age to him — only if he can win.

New Dolphins coach Gase: a career in hurry-up mode | www.mypalmbeachpost.com
Yes, he really is only 37 years old.

Ranking new NFL head-coaching hires with Hue Jackson of Cleveland Browns first
Six of the seven open jobs are filled, leaving only the Titans still looking for a head coach. Ian O'Connor evaluates the hires, giving the top spot to Cleveland for securing Hue Jackson.

DOLPHINS COACHING STAFF:

Miami Dolphins hire Clyde Christensen as offensive coordinator | The Daily Dolphin
Indianapolis quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen is heading to Miami as offensive coordinator, the Palm Beach Post confirmed. Christensen, 59, was offensive coordinator of the Colts from 2009-2011. He's been the Colts quarterback coach since Andrew Luck's rookie season.

Clyde Christensen to become Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator, leaving Indianapolis Colts
Clyde Christensen is joining new coach Adam Gase's staff as Dolphins offensive coordinator, according to a source, but Gase will handle play-calling duties on offense.

Dolphins Interview Frank Reich, Clyde Christensen
The Dolphins interviewed Frank Reich and Clyde Christensen for their offensive coordinator vacancy, Alex Marvez of Fox Sports tweets.

PHINSIDER NEWS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED:

Miami Dolphins News You May Have Missed 01/16/2016 - The Phinsider
A collection of Miami Dolphins stories from around the internet over the past 24 hours. Today's articles include Jason Taylor weighs in on Adam Gase, Gase might still find something in Ryan Tannehill, and should Dion Jordan restructure or go?

Dolphins coach Adam Gase joins Dan Le Batard Show - The Phinsider
Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase appeared on ESPN's The Dan Le Batard Show on Friday.

Welcome a new writer to the Phinsider family - The Phinsider
We recently added SUTTON to our Phinsider front page authors, giving us another great contributor to continue to look at the Miami Dolphins. I thought adding SUTTON would be our only addition for a...

Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase shows confidence going all-in on the offense - The Phinsider
In just one week, Adam Gase has given us insight into his philosophy and is ready to go all-in on the offensive side of the ball. He has put the weight of the offense directly on his shoulders and will do everything he can to make it succeed.

Does the Humble Adam Gase Have Some Secret Swagger? - The Phinsider
I'm sure a lot of stuff is said during NFL coaching interviews, but I found what Adam Gase said during one of his interviews to be refreshing and hilarious.