Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by dannydyn, Feb 6, 2019.
As awesome as Flo is, he has inherited a tremendous cluster**** IMO.
Tiquan Underwood will always be known as the guy who got cut the night before the SB.
Isnt Miami tanking?
So what? Hes trying to break into coaching. Hes 31 years old and his career is over. Gotta start somewhere.
They have something like 40 or 50 million dollars in dead cap next year, Tannehill, Suh, and other bad deals that are still on Miami's cap.
It will take Flo a full year to be out from under the crap pile.
Just when I think I've heard every title you could make up for an employee...
Quality control coach is a very standard, common job title for an entry level assistant. Has been for decades.
Why are we laughing at this?
Agree I'm confused?
Or the chap that caused Brady and O’Brien to have a screaming match.
I think it was Tiguan against Redskins. Could be wrong
That makes 2 of us.
Going from the Patriots to the Dolphins is the equivalent of going from Kate Upton to Roseann Barr.
Mediocre players can be good coaches. I wish him well.
Yep, Kliff Klingsbury flaked out in New England. Not a guy who knew the Patriots way, but as a coach he's apparently much better.
Not according to this: Miami Dolphins Salary Cap | Over the Cap
Regarding dead money - adding Tennehill (post June 1) to what's already there puts them at only ~$21.5 Million, not $40-50 Million. The other rumored cuts - Robert Quinn, Devante Parker & Andre Branch - only add another $2 Million. On the other side of this dead money is the cap savings. Cutting those 4 (post June 1) saves $46 Million. Add to their existng $12.4 Million nets them $58 Million in cap space. Cut Amendola ($6 Million - no dead money) and that bumps up to $64 Million. That may be all they're after. You can sign a lot of players with that kind of money.
agreed, good for him. I wish him luck in coaching.
Belichick cut him because he didn't like his haircut.
It’s my understanding that the Phins are going into full rebuild mode. Tannehill and a lot of the veterans (Amendola?) will probably get cut and they will rebuild. I would assume that is what Flores meant when he said that him and the front office were completely aligned. He wanted to be sure they knew he planned a rebuild and would be given the time to do so.
If he didn't get cut by the Patriots he'd be known as the guy who was cut to promote a practice squad player for special teams due to injury on the team but was allowed to experience as much of the Super Bowl experience as possible instead of being cut from the team 2 weeks earlier.
Such is Patriot hatred.
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