Miami Dolphins’ Quarterbacks Coach David Lee Leaving for Ole Miss

January 11, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In addition to a replacement for retiring offensive coordinator, the Miami Dolphins will also be in search of a new quarterback coach for 2011, as David Lee will be heading to Ole Miss to serve as offensive coordinator.

Lee, who was hired by the Dolphins in 2008 upon the arrival of Tony Sparano, previously served under Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt as quarterbacks coach in Arkansas (2001-2002) and again as offensive coordinator in 2007.

It was during his second stint with the Razorbacks that Lee was credited with introducing what was then known as the "wild hog" offense with running back tandem Darren McFadden and Felix Jones.

The similar "wildcat" offense Lee helped Dan Henning bring to the Dolphins took the league by storm in 2008, beginning with a 38-13 rout of the New England Patriots that saw Miami running back Ronnie Brown rush for four touchdowns and throw for another.

The wildcat has become decreasingly productive over the past...

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