Report: Bill Parcells has convinced Dolphins owner to keep coach Tony Sparano - for now

Dec 30, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Palm Beach Post

Former Oakland and Cleveland executive Michael Lombardi reported last night on Showtime's "Inside the NFL" that Bill Parcells has convinced Dolphins owner Stephen Ross to retain head coach Tony Sparano - for now.

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Bobbyvero

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Dec 30, 2010
 
Why is Ross even spending time with Parcells. He's lost his touch and doesnt know what he wants to do with himself except meddle. He's also a quitter, a very rich quitter and only because owners are willing to give him his way and let him walk. The old man should just go play golf or go to the track. Sparano should stay.

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ridgefarm Il

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Dec 31, 2010
 
This report is false. Though it would be interesting to hear parcells thoughts on Sparano and Ireland. And did parcells leave because he knew Henne wasn't an NFL QB?
kevin gordon

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Jan 1, 2011
 
if they dont fire both hennes im not going to bother watch the dolphins next year!!!it would be a waste off time they will be suck again.
Truth

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Jan 1, 2011
 
Dolphins are a pathetic franchise.

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Jan 2, 2011
 
kevin gordon wrote:
if they dont fire both hennes im not going to bother watch the dolphins next year!!!it would be a waste off time they will be suck again.
Its interesting to watch Sparano defend Henning. I would be more impressed with Henning if he said its my fault the offense is poor.
As it is, Henning definately needs to go. I also wish Miami would quit messing up scoring drives with the wildcat! McElroy for alabama looked real good yesterday in the bowl game. Miami could pick him up for a third round pick. I think the top 3 QB's will be gone before Miami selects next year.

Since: May 09

Belvidere, IL

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Jan 2, 2011
 
kevin gordon wrote:
if they dont fire both hennes im not going to bother watch the dolphins next year!!!it would be a waste off time they will be suck again.
SUCK AGAIN????
The DOLPHINS HAVE SUCKED FOR THE LAST 25 YEARS!!!!
if THINGS DO NOT GET BETTER SOON I WILL TO TO MY #2 TEAM THE PACKERS
Vinnie

Pompano Beach, FL

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Jan 2, 2011
 
Tom Loy wrote:
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Its interesting to watch Sparano defend Henning. I would be more impressed with Henning if he said its my fault the offense is poor.
As it is, Henning definately needs to go. I also wish Miami would quit messing up scoring drives with the wildcat! McElroy for alabama looked real good yesterday in the bowl game. Miami could pick him up for a third round pick. I think the top 3 QB's will be gone before Miami selects next year.


No one complained about Henning until Henne was handed the starting job. Its not Hennings fault, its Henne thats totally incompetent. Put Matt Ryan on our team and Henning would be a genius.

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