The Miami Dolphins still have plenty of moves to make this offseason, but they may have already made their best one with the hiring of Vic Fangio as defensive coordinator. The Dolphins defense underperformed last season, mostly in part due to injuries. But despite being down so many key players, Josh Boyer remained aggressive and it ended up not working well for the unit most of the time. Not only does Fangio bring a ton of defensive coaching experience to the team, he brings some head coaching experience that Mike McDaniel can lean on.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Why Vic Fangio hire could end up being Miami Dolphins' biggest move of 2023 NFL offseason - CBSSports.com
Miami is already acing its offseason after hiring the defensive ace
Dolphins Offensive Line
Mike Munchak a Logical Choice for Dolphins Offensive Line Coach Opening - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
Longtime NFL coach Mike Munchak was out of the NFL in 2022 after three seasons with the Denver Broncos
What the Miami Dolphins Are Getting With Vic Fangio - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
Examining Vic Fangio's defenses during his long NFL career
An early look at potential Dolphins’ options with the 51st pick in the NFL Draft
An early look at Dolphins’ second-round draft options
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
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