Adam Gase is not done adding coaches to his staff as he has added former Dolphins safety Renaldo Hill to the ranks. Hill was with the Dolphins from 2006 - 2008 and spent time with the Cardinals, Raiders, and Broncos. Hill was previously the defensive backs coach for the Pittsburgh Panthers and his role has yet to be specified.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Renaldo Hill back with Dolphins, this time as a coach | Miami Herald
Renaldo Hill goes from Western Pennsylvania to South Florida. The ex-Dolphins defensive back joins Adam Gase’s coaching staff.
Dolphins' chances of contending for Super Bowl hinge on quarterback - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Following a disappointing season marred by injuries, Miami enters 2018 needing better play from its offensive line and QB to get back to the playoffs.
Ex-Miami Dolphins interim coach Dan Campbell talks to Colts, gets Bill Parcells’ endorsement | The Daily Dolphin
Even as the Dolphins parted with interim coach Dan Campbell after the 2015 season, there was no doubt they were letting go someone who’d be a head coach in the NFL someday. That day might come this week.
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