Names Already Popping Up to Replace Cameron in Miami

The Miami Dolphins will for sure have a new look in 2008.  With Bill Parcells coming aboard, there will no doubt be changes made, the biggest of which may come on the sidelines, were first-year coach Cam Cameron is suffering though a 1-13 season, and likely will only have that one win under his belt when the season ends.  There are already names being thrown around to come in for Cameron, as NFL Network’s Adam Schefter has given us the short list of who could be on the Miami sideline next year:

Al Groh – Univ of Virigna coach
Todd Haley – Arizona Cardinal Offensive Coordinator
Paul Pasqualoni – Current Cowboys Linebacker coach
Tony Sparano – Current Cowboys Assistant Coach
Chris Palmer  – Current Giants quarterbacks Coach

Of all these men, the only one that does NOT have a prior background with Parcells is Cameron, meaning that I would say his likelyhood of staying with the team is only about 25 percent.  The only two with NFL head coaching experience is Groh, who took over for Parcells in 2000 with the Jets, and Palmer, who led the expansion Browns for two years before being fired and eventually replaced by Butch Davis.

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One Response to “Names Already Popping Up to Replace Cameron in Miami”

  1. dave says:

    Sparano Is the man For the Job.

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