The Miami Dolphins entered the weekend with six candidates for the offensive coordinator position, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. That number is dwindling as two options are now off the table. Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliot informed the program that he would be staying put and now reports are surfacing that Matt Canada, former quarterback coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, has been promoted to offensive coordinator.
We're now almost exactly two months before the start of the 2021 NFL league year, but it's never too early to speculate and try to connect pending free agents with their new teams. Pro Football Focus has done just that, with two interesting stories, one predicting the 2021 team of the analytics site's top 100 pending free agents and the other identifying one player each team should target in free agency. The result was four interesting names connected to the Miami Dolphins.
A week after Hobby and the Miami Dolphins had a what they described as a “mutually” parting of the ways, he resurfaced with the Cincinnati Bengals, accepting the same job he held on Brian Flores’ staff the past two seasons: defensive line coach.