Brian Flores isn’t the head coach of the Dolphins yet, but that doesn’t mean he can’t start putting together a coaching staff. One report is that Jim Caldwell will be joining Flores in Miami in an assistant head coach role, not as an offensive coordinator. It’s a smart move by Flores who has no head coaching experience whatsoever. I just want the Patriots to lose already so we can get this show on the road.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Brian Flores expected to add veteran coach Caldwell to Dolphins staff | Miami Herald
Brian Flores, who is expected to be named Dolphins coach after the Patriots season ends, has never been a head coach at any level. The NFL Network reports that former Jets and Colts coach Jim Caldwell will join Flores’ Dolphins staff.
Habib: Too late now for Hall to give Miami Dolphins' Bob Kuechenberg honor he deserved - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Bob Kuechenberg was a quitter.Good chance if Kooch were alive today, he’d let out one of those grizzly bear laughs at a statement he and few others know to be both ridiculous and true, if that makes sense.Kuechenberg died at age 71 Saturday, ending the life of one of the storybook chapters in Miami Dolphins history. Those who knew him, those who played alongside him and those who watched him will tell you he’s a Pro Football Hall of Famer just as surely as Dan Marino and Larry
New Jets Coach Adam Gase Goes Immediately Viral For Looking Completely Uncomfortable At Press Conference – CBS Boston
It lasted all of a couple of seconds before becoming a joke.
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But at what capacity?
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