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The Splash Zone 1/4/19: Will The Dolphins Give The Ravens A Call?

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Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

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What will it take to pry John Harbaugh away from the Ravens? Even though the team stated that Harbaugh will be back next season, that hasn’t been guaranteed yet. Some still believe the Ravens and Harbaugh will both look for a change of scenery. Some even believe the Dolphins will make a call, as long as the asking price isn’t too much. It’s a far-fetched idea, but I’ve seen crazier things happen. But the Dolphins should not waste draft picks on a coach when their roster needs all the help it can get.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.

Will Dolphins call Ravens about John Harbaugh? – ProFootballTalk
The question in the title of this item presumes that the call from the Dolphins to the Ravens hasn’t already been made. There’s a good chance it has, through back channels and intermediaries.


Dolphins Head Coach Search

Miami Dolphins coaching search: Why Eric Bieniemy is an in-demand candidate - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
To get this out of the way, no, Eric Bieniemy does not call the plays for the NFL's best offense, the Kansas City Chiefs.But the Dolphins hired Adam Gase largely because of his play-calling prowess, and we see how that worked out.

Miami Dolphins players lobby for Rizzi to be next coach | Miami Herald
Darren Rizzi, next Dolphins coach? If players who have played for him have a vote, he would win the job in a landslide.


Chris Grier

A look at GM Chris Grier's road map to rebuild Miami Dolphins - Sports - Daily Commercial - Leesburg, FL
Stephen Ross didn’t become a successful real estate developer without a solid foundation for his projects. After taking a wrecking ball to the Miami Dolphins, he’s taking the same approach during a reorganization that gives Chris Grier complete control of football operations, including leading the search for a head coach and running the draft.


Dolphins Offseason

Tanking is no sure-cure for NFL teams needing a turnaround | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins will never admit it, but they seem to be OK with losing in 2019 if doing so lands the best quarterback in 2020. Will that strategy work? The history is mixed.

Report: Tannenbaum’s reassignment is actually an exit – ProFootballTalk
When the news emerged on Monday that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross had reassigned V.P. of football operations Mike Tannenbaum to a non-football position, some league insiders wondered whether he'd become one of those non-football football guys who have influence without accountability.


Dolphins 2018 Season

Inside The Numbers: Breaking Down The 2018 Season
Three days after the end of the 2018 regular season, we take a statistical look back at some of the highlights of the past four months:


Phinsider News You May Have Missed

Miami Dolphins scheduled to interview Kansas City Chiefs’ OC Eric Bieniemy later today - The Phinsider
Let the games begin!

Miami Dolphins News 1/3/19: Who Do You Want At Head Coach? - The Phinsider
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.

Fasten Your Seat-belt For An Exciting Year - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins, despite falling short in their efforts to qualify for postseason play for the second time in three years, were an exciting team in 2018. Now, they’re preparing to embark on...