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Team: Miami Dolphins
Age / DOB:  (40) / 3/29/1978

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Dolphins coach Adam Gase called out the team for "not studying their assignments."
This is a surprising rant from Gase, who didn’t take any account for his role in the offensive struggles. Miami has been shut out twice in their first seven games, and scored a last-second touchdown in Week 3. The problems have looked more scheme based (61-percent pass ratio) than anything, with Gase forcing pass-heavy shotgun-based gamescripts despite bottom-of-the-league quarterback and line play. It’s been a rough season for the Dolphins coaching staff — both on/off the field. Miami has nine days to get ready for a matchup with Oakland next Sunday night. Fri, Oct 27, 2017 05:39:00 PM

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According to Archie Manning, Dolphins coach Adam Gase sent a text to Peyton Manning to gauge his interest in a comeback to football late last season.

The message was sent directly after Ryan Tannehill partially tore his ACL in Week 14 last season. The text said, "Hey 18, Tannehill went down. I think he's going to miss some time. The first question I'm going to get at the press conference in the morning is if I'm going to bring you to Miami. What do you want me to tell them?" The first question at the press conference was definitely not going to be asking if Peyton Manning would come out of retirement. This was just a sneaky way to gauge Manning's interest in a return. Manning responded, "You tell them I could probably come play, but there's no way I can miss carpool the next two weeks."
Sat, Jun 24, 2017 10:33:00 AM

"Associates of the owner" tell the Miami Herald Dolphins owner Stephen Ross doesn't have new coach Adam Gase on a three-year leash.

"After three years, if we haven’t made the playoffs, we’re looking for a new coach," Ross said in his own words Monday. "That’s just the way it is. The fans want it." Apparently, however, the owner was "speaking broadly about NFL trends," and not Gase in particular. The reality is, those "broad NFL trends" will almost certainly apply to Gase if his first three years — if he makes it that long — don't live up to expectations.
Mon, Feb 15, 2016 02:53:00 PM

Dolphins VP of Football Operations Mike Tannenbaum said new HC Adam Gase will have control over the 53-man roster.

It's a lot of power for a first-year coach with only coordinating experience. Recently-promoted GM Chris Grier will be limited to the draft and free agency. Gase will also handle play-calling and doesn't expect to hire an offensive coordinator. The Dolphins are clearly all-in on Gase.
Sat, Jan 9, 2016 03:24:00 PM

Dolphins hired Adam Gase as head coach.

It is reportedly a five-year deal from the man who will become the youngest coach in the league at just 37. After striking out in offseasons past, owner Stephen Ross finally landed his man. A strong offensive mind who coaxed an efficient season out of Jay Cutler and helped Peyton Manning to some of his best performances, Gase will now be responsible for elevating Ryan Tannehill from an average NFL starter into the franchise quarterback he is paid like. With Gase gone, the Bears could turn to QB coach Dowell Loggains for their coordinator spot, although Gase could look to bring Loggains with him to Miami. Lions OC Jim Bob Cooter could also be a consideration if the Lions let him walk.
Sat, Jan 9, 2016 11:47:00 AM

The Palm Beach Post's Andrew Abramson reports the Dolphins are finalizing a deal to make Adam Gase their new head coach.

The writing has been on the wall the last several days. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports there are still "slight issues" remaining, but the deal will likely be finalized Saturday. Gase was also a candidate for the Giants, Eagles and Browns. Bears QB coach Dowell Loggains will be a name to watch as Chicago searches for a replacement for Gase.
Sat, Jan 9, 2016 09:47:00 AM

The Miami Herald reports "all signs point" to Bears OC Adam Gase becoming the next Dolphins head coach.

The Dolphins scheduled a second interview for Gase on Saturday, and there appears to be a realistic chance this marriage will be consummated during the meeting. Per reporter Armando Salguero, owner Stephen Ross pinpointed Gase as his "favorite" before the Dolphins' head-coaching search began. The Dolphins would be choosing Gase over Mike Shanahan, Doug Marrone, Mike Smith, Anthony Lynn, Teryl Austin, and in-house candidate Dan Campbell.
Fri, Jan 8, 2016 10:05:00 PM

The Dolphins have scheduled a second interview with Bears OC Adam Gase on Saturday.

It adds to the reports that Gase is owner Stephen Ross' top target. The Dolphins could make Gase the first coaching hire of 2016.
Fri, Jan 8, 2016 08:19:00 PM

The Miami Herald passes along "growing momentum" for Bears OC Adam Gase to become the Dolphins' next head coach.

The Dolphins' love for Gase is no secret after owner Stephen Ross made a "strong, potentially persuasive push" to land Gase at Thursday's interview. "Some in the building" at Dolphins headquarters reportedly believe Gase could be hired as soon as "this weekend." Ross' history of whiffing on targets (Jim Harbaugh, Peyton Manning) makes us naturally skeptical he'll now suddenly get his man. There's just little doubt Gase is "Ross' Man" at this point.
Fri, Jan 8, 2016 07:44:00 PM

Bears OC Adam Gase is interviewing for the Giants' head-coaching vacancy Friday.

The Dolphins reportedly made a "strong, strong push" to keep Gase in Miami, but he is honoring an interview set up earlier in the week. The hottest coaching candidate on the market, Gase may have to make his decision before other coaching dominos being to fall.
Fri, Jan 8, 2016 09:22:00 AM

NFL Network's Rand Getlin reports the Dolphins are making a "strong, potentially persuasive push" for Bears OC Adam Gase.

Perhaps this is why Gase has yet to schedule his second interview with the Eagles. Gase is this year's most sought after coaching candidate, and his coming off the board could create a domino effect of quick hires.
Thu, Jan 7, 2016 03:05:00 PM

CSN Philly refutes reports that the Eagles have already scheduled a second interview with Bears OC Adam Gase.

NFL Network reported as such on Wednesday, but apparently that's not yet the case. It's likely just a matter of time before Gase comes back for round two.
Source: CSN Philly
Thu, Jan 7, 2016 01:18:00 PM

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Dolphins will make a "strong, strong push" to land Bears OC Adam Gase as their head coach during his Thursday interview.

Per La Canfora, the Dolphins' goal is to "try to keep from getting back to Philadelphia." On Wednesday, the Miami Herald's Adam Beasley predicted the Dolphins' head coach would come from a four-man list consisting of Mike Shanahan, Hue Jackson, Gase, and Doug Marrone. The Dolphins already satisfied the Rooney Rule by interviewing Bills RBs coach Anthony Lynn. They could potentially land Gase if owner Stephen Ross gets aggressive monetarily.
Wed, Jan 6, 2016 11:01:00 PM

The Browns confirmed they have interviewed Bears OC Adam Gase for their head-coaching vacany.

Although this could be just an act to drive up the bidding, Gase's intentions of becoming a head coach couldn't be more lucid if he's willing to consider the Browns. Gase should appeal to Browns analytics gurus Sashi Brown and Paul DePodesta, of course. Gase's offenses in Denver were prolific and his offense in Chicago was efficient considering its deficient personnel.
Wed, Jan 6, 2016 09:40:00 PM

Bears OC Adam Gase will have a second interview for the Eagles' head-coaching vacancy this weekend.

Appearing on the radio Wednesday morning, ESPN's Adam Schefter said, "I do believe that Philadelphia is highly interested in Gase. I think the Eagles are in a situation here where if it weren't for their past, it wouldn't surprise me if they already would have made a play to hire Gase." Schefter believes the Eagles are taking their time to feel Gase out after previously rushing into hiring Chip Kelly in 2013. As of now, the Eagles have to be the favorite for Gase.
Wed, Jan 6, 2016 10:42:00 AM