Patrick Graham and Brian Flores plan on running a 4-3 and 3-4 defense in Miami. Whatever scheme works best for the upcoming game will be used. For the past few years, the Dolphins have been a 4-3 team and there will most likely be some rocky adjustments when switching to a 3-4. For this to work, the Dolphins are going to need some intelligent players and have the ability to adjust.
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Dolphins' 'Yale guy' Patrick Graham, who dreamed of CIA, seeks smart players - Miami Dolphins- ESPN
Miami's new coordinator, happy with his career path these days, plans to build a scheme-versatile defense that demands a lot of his players.
Dolphins Coaching Staff
Dolphins hiring Alabama staffer Brendan Farrell as special teams assistant – ProFootballTalk
The Miami Dolphins are adding an Alabama assistant coach to their coaching staff. The Dolphins are hiring Brendan Farrell as a special teams assistant. Farrell had been a special teams quality control coach at Alabama. The move was reported by FootballScoop.com.
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Antonio Brown trade rumors: Dolphins make sense to CBS Sports - The Phinsider
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