Monday, January 24, 2011

NFL Miami Dolphins Resign GM

The Miami Dolphins agreed to multiyear contract with his manager

The Miami Dolphins announced yesterday that extended a multiyear contract for general manager Jeff Ireland.

The decision was made after the franchise owner, Steve Ross, Jan. 8 renew the contract with coach Tony Sparano through 2012.

Thus the two most important men at the helm still in place since they took their respective positions in 2007.

"The decision to extend the contract to Jeff was easy,''Ross said." The young talent that has joined Jeff during his three years with the Dolphins has made a profound impact on the recovery of our franchise.''

Ireland's first act was to fire Coach Cam Cameron Sparano then appointed.

Following the Dolphins' poor season in 2010, where for the second time ended with a losing record 7-9, Sparano position staggered and Ross along with Ireland began to find a new coach.

After all the candidates declined the proposal of the Dolphins, Ross issued a contract year Sparano.

"I appreciate the support of the Dolphins organization and I will continue working hard to return the team to its elite position in the NFL,''said Ross.

Since arriving at the Dolphins, Ireland has helped to add 10 headlines from three drafts: Jake Long, Phillip Merling, Chad Henne, Kendall Langford (2008), Vontae Davis, Sean Smith, Brian Hartline, Chris Clemons (2009), Koa Misi and John Jerry (2010).

Of these, Long has been selected three-time All-Stars.

Also joined Anthony Fasano, Brandon Marshall, Karlos Dansby and Richie Incognito, in addition to Davone Bess, Dan Carpenter and Cameron Wake.


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