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Fans Q & A With Coach Sparano and Jeff Ireland
By on June 22, 2011 at 9:24 am

The Dolphins Head Coach Tony Sparano and General Manager Jeff Ireland joined Jesse Agler on Tuesday evening to address questions from Dolphins Season Ticket Members. Don’t miss this exclusive conversation in which the Dolphins brass discuss Chad Henne, the new additions to the coaching staff, and much more. Click below to watch the exclusive video:


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nicoltony says:

That show was thoroughly engaging and enjoyable. Excellent format with some intelligent, probing random questions from loyal fans. Best piece of Dolphin News I’ve seen since I don’t know when. It didn’t lose my interest at any time and there was a lot of ground covered. And once you got past the standard, “That’s a good question”, each of them opened most of their responses with, they communicated positively and I find myself anxious and honestly excited to get this game back on the field.
It was reassuring that they took advantage of the Lock Out time to prepare for all possible contingencies and did a little bonding with each other. Too much good happening in all facets of the game.
The infusion of speed and athleticism will spread the field and open up the offense. And a new offensive coordinator can’t help but be unpredictable. Unpredictable and with a lot of potential.
Here’s to having a more formidable, balanced game on both sides of the ball. And they even thought to getting us a return man and some help on the special teams unit too.
If Miami only comes through with half of the brimming potential they have this season their offense will be capable of keeping a game close as well as the defense. A few close games would go our way. Go Dolphins!