Miami Dolphins Breaking News: Tony Sparano To Be Retained For The 2011 Season

January 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Many sources have confirmed that the Miami Dolphins will retain head coach Tony Sparano for the 2011 NFL season.
For the past couple of days, the media has been stuck on full throttle trying to figure out what the future would be for the Miami Dolphins, Jim Harbaugh, and Tony Sparano.
Late on Thursday night, many media outlets have all but confirmed that Tony Sparano will be coaching the Miami Dolphins in 2011.
This is a very interesting production, considering how many players came out and talked against the entire organization.
Most notably, Ricky Williams had several comments about Sparano, Dan Henning, and other teammates including Brandon Marshall.
Williams went as far as to say that players who supported Tony Sparano were "full of s***."
Dolphins fans, and all other fans around the NFL world will be scratching their head if these reports are true, which they appear to be.
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