One of the more interesting teams int he NFL to watch, at least form a behind-the-scenes perspectives, is the Miami Dolphins. From their total and utter collapse this season, to the bad front office moves they’ve made to the pure dysfunction decaying the organization, the team is a mess and a lot of people notice that.
So many people notice it that National Football Post’s Jason Cole says that multiple NFL sources have told him they would advise those close to them against taking any jobs anywhere near the Miami Dolphins. No one has come out and said the situation is toxic, but that’s the definition of a toxic situation and Cole notes his sources say the Miami power structure is set up to fail.
Multiple NFL sources said today they would not advise anyone close to them to take #Dolphins GM job bec power structure is set up to fail
— Jason Cole (@JasonPhilCole) January 9, 2014
It’s not surprising that a team would advise it’s current employees against leaving for another team, but this seems to be a different situation entirely. The sources aren’t saying don’t take the jobs because he want you, they’re saying don’t take the jobs in Miami because we aren’t savages who feed innocent people to hungry lions.
The situation in Miami has been bad for years, and the firing of Jeff Ireland won’t change much. The Dolphins have decapitated their integrity and reputation and buried it in the Florida swamplands, and it will be a long time before anyone finds either.
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