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Dolphins will not retain Dave DeGuglielmo

New England Patriots Vs. Kansas City Chiefs At Arrowhead Stadium Photo by Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

The Miami Dolphins are continuing to make changes to their coaching staff. After reports indicated the team will hire Dowell Loggains as the team’s new offensive coordinator, moving current offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen into an undisclosed role with the team, it now appears the team will move on from Dave DeGuglielmo.

The team not retaining DeGuglielmo was reported by the Palm Beach Post’s Hal Habib.

DeGuglielmo joined the Dolphins in October as the team’s replacement for offensive line coach Chris Foerster, who departed the team after a video showing him snort a white powder off his desk at work. DeGuglielmo was not officially given the title of “offensive line coach” when he was hired by the Dolphins, but worked with assistant offensive line coach Chris Kuper and the offensive linemen.

The move to hire DeGuglielmo returned him to the Dolphins, where he was the offensive line coach from 2009-2011. He has also worked for the New York Giants, New York Jets, New England Patriots, and Los Angeles Chargers.