Now that Stephen M. Ross officially has become the majority owner of the Miami Dolphins, closing on the purchase of an additional 45 percent of the team and Dolphin Stadium, the clock starts on Bill Parcells, Miami’s executive vice president of football operations.
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The coaching class of 2010 is shaping up to be like the quarterback class of 1983.
Next season, the three coaches expected to be available for hire at anytime are former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan, former Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren and former Steelers coach Bill Cowher. Two others, Tony Dungy and Bill Parcells, also could be added to the collection.
The Dolphins are going for more than just a playoff spot in this game: They have the chance to break an NFL record for fewest turnovers in a 16-game regular season. (The Chiefs had just 12 turnovers during the nine-game 1982 season.) After Chad Pennington‘s fumble with 11 minutes left in the second quarter against the Jets, the Dolphins have 13 turnovers.
Bill Parcells, the man who prefers to shop for his own groceries, has provided the perfect recipe for turning around a team. Avoid turnovers.
Bill Belichick and Bill Parcells have a lot of history together. As the Patriots prepare to face the Dolphins this Sunday, Belichick took the time to offer some praise for the work Parcells has done in Miami.
Miami likes to list players on its injury report as much as it likes to deactivate them. But there was an interesting name added to Miami’s injury report Saturday — Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington with a foot injury.