Miami Dolphins Head Coach Tony Sparano is going to be fired at the end of the season, according to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald.
The interesting part about Sparano's future firing is the news that Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland will remain with Miami next season.
According to Salguero, this news is "fact". It is going to happen. What we don't know yet is who will be replacing Sparano.
This news comes just hours after the Dolphins 10-26 loss to Philadelphia, and it comes after a week where Tony Sparano received a lot of support from fans and media alike. That support is likely all gone after Miami's pathetic loss against the Eagles, though I expect that there will be some outrage at the news of Ireland staying.
I am personally undecided about Ireland. He has his really good moments he has his not-so-good moments. I suspect that the Dolphins will be alright with him still at GM, but I'm not sure.
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