Lou Anarumo is out as the Miami Dolphins defensive backs coach. Anarumo came to Miami as part of Joe Philbin’s staff and remained a holdover after Adam Gase got the head coaching job. Anarumo spent six seasons with the team and helped develop Xavien Howard, Tony Lippett, and Cordrea Tankersley these past two seasons. But there was constant miscommunication in the secondary during the season and the Dolphins were near the bottom of the league in interceptions.
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Miami Dolphins DB coach out as Adam Gase staff turns over | The Daily Dolphin
Miami Dolphins defensive backs coach Lou Anarumo will not return, a league source said Sunday. Anarumo is just the latest in a major staff shakeup by coach Adam Gase. Anarumo completed six seasons in the position, so he was a holdover by Gase and defensive coordinator Matt Burke.
Miami Dolphins, in need of linebacker help, will evaluate Georgia's Smith | Miami Herald
NFL data from this past season shows a great correlation between winning and an ability to cover tight ends - a major Dolphins shortcoming.
Miami Dolphins: Potential 2018 NFL Draft Targets | The Daily Dolphin
DAVIE — Dolphins general manager Chris Grier says he doesn't want to have the 11th pick in the NFL Draft. Neither does coach Adam Gase or executive vice president Mike Tannenbaum. Yet, here they are. And they cannot miss.
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