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Henning To Become Dolphins’ Offensive Coordinator?

                               Dan Henning 

The Miami Dolphins appear to be closer to filling one of their coaching positions; according to Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and verified by two sources familiar with the situation, Dan Henning has emerged as the leading candidate for the vacant Dolphins’ offensive coordiantor position.

Currently, Henning is in south Florida to talk with the team; also being considered is New York Giants quarterbacks coach Chris Palmer – although his availability is in question – save for this 2 week window between now and the Super Bowl – because of the Giants participation in the Super Bowl in 2 weeks.  Henning has head coaching experience, having led the Atlanta Falcons from 1983-86 and the San Diego Chargers from 1989-91.  He also had worked under current Dolphins vice president of football operations Bill Parcells, from 1998-2000, when Parcells worked for the New York Jets.  Palmer was the Dallas Cowboys’ quarterbacks coach during Parcells’ last season as the Cowboys head coach.


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