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Who Ya Gonna Believe?
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aerovons
2011-01-06 18:09:54 UTC
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So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.

Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."

Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.

TH
Steve
2011-01-06 18:29:02 UTC
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Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
Yup, lots of news floating around about it this morning. This is the
latest I read on MSNBC...


Signs continue to point towards the Dolphins landing Jim Harbaugh as
their next head coach.

Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News has a source that says “all
indications” are that Harbaugh will accept Miami’s huge offer,
believed to be more than $7 million-per-season. Miami would
reportedly go above $8 million-per-year if the 49ers upped their
offer. (Translation: Harbaugh’s agent is playing this very well.)

“Not a done deal, but everything is pointing that way,” Kawakami said.

Meanwhile, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that some Dolphins
coaches are packing their boxes at the team facility this morning.
That does not include coach Tony Sparano and its those coaches would
be losing jobs even if Sparano stayed.

Still, this clumsy situation has to come to a conclusion soon.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is taking deserved criticism for hanging
his coach Tony Sparano out to dry. Remember Sparano?
Rich
2011-01-06 21:07:35 UTC
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Post by Steve
Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
Yup, lots of news floating around about it this morning. This is the
latest I read on MSNBC...
Signs continue to point towards the Dolphins landing Jim Harbaugh as
their next head coach.
Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News has a source that says “all
indications” are that Harbaugh will accept Miami’s huge offer,
believed to be more than $7 million-per-season.  Miami would
reportedly go above $8 million-per-year if the 49ers upped their
offer.  (Translation: Harbaugh’s agent is playing this very well.)
“Not a done deal, but everything is pointing that way,” Kawakami said.
Meanwhile, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that some Dolphins
coaches are packing their boxes at the team facility this morning.
That does not include coach Tony Sparano and its those coaches would
be losing jobs even if Sparano stayed.
Still, this clumsy situation has to come to a conclusion soon.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is taking deserved criticism for hanging
his coach Tony Sparano out to dry.    Remember Sparano?
How the hell do you justify making a college coach who has never won
anything a possible 7-8 million dollar a year offer.
From the first time we heard this story, Harbaugh seems like he didn't
want anything to do with Miami until the dollar amount was announced,
then Harbaugh listens.
euphy
2011-01-06 22:06:21 UTC
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Post by Rich
Post by Steve
Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
Yup, lots of news floating around about it this morning. This is the
latest I read on MSNBC...
Signs continue to point towards the Dolphins landing Jim Harbaugh as
their next head coach.
Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News has a source that says “all
indications” are that Harbaugh will accept Miami’s huge offer,
believed to be more than $7 million-per-season. Miami would
reportedly go above $8 million-per-year if the 49ers upped their
offer. (Translation: Harbaugh’s agent is playing this very well.)
“Not a done deal, but everything is pointing that way,” Kawakami said.
Meanwhile, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that some Dolphins
coaches are packing their boxes at the team facility this morning.
That does not include coach Tony Sparano and its those coaches would
be losing jobs even if Sparano stayed.
Still, this clumsy situation has to come to a conclusion soon.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is taking deserved criticism for hanging
his coach Tony Sparano out to dry. Remember Sparano?
How the hell do you justify making a college coach who has never won
anything a possible 7-8 million dollar a year offer.
From the first time we heard this story, Harbaugh seems like he didn't
want anything to do with Miami until the dollar amount was announced,
then Harbaugh listens.
Justify? In a league where the rookie star players are making that much
and much more? In general, there is a supply-and-demand principle at
work here... If that is what it takes to get the guy, then that is what
you pay if you want him.

If Harbaugh is a flop, then he's not worth whatever Ross pays... I
personally think Sparano is way overpaid, given his results over the
last two seasons.

What is Harbaugh worth per year in your book? $1M? $2M?

This doesn't affect the cap... and if Ross wants to spend the money, so
be it. They'd have had to pay $8M/y to get Cowher.
Rich
2011-01-06 22:16:02 UTC
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Post by Rich
Post by Steve
Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
Yup, lots of news floating around about it this morning. This is the
latest I read on MSNBC...
Signs continue to point towards the Dolphins landing Jim Harbaugh as
their next head coach.
Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News has a source that says “all
indications” are that Harbaugh will accept Miami’s huge offer,
believed to be more than $7 million-per-season.  Miami would
reportedly go above $8 million-per-year if the 49ers upped their
offer.  (Translation: Harbaugh’s agent is playing this very well.)
“Not a done deal, but everything is pointing that way,” Kawakami said.
Meanwhile, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that some Dolphins
coaches are packing their boxes at the team facility this morning.
That does not include coach Tony Sparano and its those coaches would
be losing jobs even if Sparano stayed.
Still, this clumsy situation has to come to a conclusion soon.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is taking deserved criticism for hanging
his coach Tony Sparano out to dry.    Remember Sparano?
How the hell do you justify making a college coach who has never won
anything a possible 7-8 million dollar a year offer.
 From the first time we heard this story, Harbaugh seems like he didn't
want anything to do with Miami until the dollar amount was announced,
then Harbaugh listens.
Justify?  In a league where the rookie star players are making that much
and much more?  In general, there is a supply-and-demand principle at
work here...  If that is what it takes to get the guy, then that is what
you pay if you want him.
If Harbaugh is a flop, then he's not worth whatever Ross pays...  I
personally think Sparano is way overpaid, given his results over the
last two seasons.
What is Harbaugh worth per year in your book?  $1M?  $2M?
This doesn't affect the cap... and if Ross wants to spend the money, so
be it.  They'd have had to pay $8M/y to get Cowher.
The thing is what is Harbaugh's track record? What has he done.
If Harbaugh is successful, the that's great, but what makes him so
sought after?

If he does become Miami's head coach, which he now probably will, I
just hope we are not looking at another Nick Saban fiasco.

I would have preferred to see if Jeff Fisher would be retained by
Tennessee.
WhiteOut
2011-01-06 23:18:50 UTC
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Post by Rich
Post by Rich
Post by Steve
Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
Yup, lots of news floating around about it this morning. This is the
latest I read on MSNBC...
Signs continue to point towards the Dolphins landing Jim Harbaugh as
their next head coach.
Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News has a source that says “all
indications” are that Harbaugh will accept Miami’s huge offer,
believed to be more than $7 million-per-season.  Miami would
reportedly go above $8 million-per-year if the 49ers upped their
offer.  (Translation: Harbaugh’s agent is playing this very well.)
“Not a done deal, but everything is pointing that way,” Kawakami said.
Meanwhile, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that some Dolphins
coaches are packing their boxes at the team facility this morning.
That does not include coach Tony Sparano and its those coaches would
be losing jobs even if Sparano stayed.
Still, this clumsy situation has to come to a conclusion soon.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is taking deserved criticism for hanging
his coach Tony Sparano out to dry.    Remember Sparano?
How the hell do you justify making a college coach who has never won
anything a possible 7-8 million dollar a year offer.
 From the first time we heard this story, Harbaugh seems like he didn't
want anything to do with Miami until the dollar amount was announced,
then Harbaugh listens.
Justify?  In a league where the rookie star players are making that much
and much more?  In general, there is a supply-and-demand principle at
work here...  If that is what it takes to get the guy, then that is what
you pay if you want him.
If Harbaugh is a flop, then he's not worth whatever Ross pays...  I
personally think Sparano is way overpaid, given his results over the
last two seasons.
What is Harbaugh worth per year in your book?  $1M?  $2M?
This doesn't affect the cap... and if Ross wants to spend the money, so
be it.  They'd have had to pay $8M/y to get Cowher.
The thing is what is Harbaugh's track record? What has he done.
If Harbaugh is successful, the that's great, but what makes him so
sought after?
If he does become Miami's head coach, which he now probably will, I
just hope we are  not looking at another Nick Saban fiasco.
I would have preferred to see if Jeff Fisher would be retained by
Tennessee.- Hide quoted text -
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i would have been happy with brian billick as HC, he brings in his own
fav OC, and nolan remains as DC.
euphy
2011-01-07 01:10:20 UTC
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Post by Rich
Post by euphy
Post by Rich
Post by Steve
Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
Yup, lots of news floating around about it this morning. This is the
latest I read on MSNBC...
Signs continue to point towards the Dolphins landing Jim Harbaugh as
their next head coach.
Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News has a source that says “all
indications” are that Harbaugh will accept Miami’s huge offer,
believed to be more than $7 million-per-season. Miami would
reportedly go above $8 million-per-year if the 49ers upped their
offer. (Translation: Harbaugh’s agent is playing this very well.)
“Not a done deal, but everything is pointing that way,” Kawakami said.
Meanwhile, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that some Dolphins
coaches are packing their boxes at the team facility this morning.
That does not include coach Tony Sparano and its those coaches would
be losing jobs even if Sparano stayed.
Still, this clumsy situation has to come to a conclusion soon.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is taking deserved criticism for hanging
his coach Tony Sparano out to dry. Remember Sparano?
How the hell do you justify making a college coach who has never won
anything a possible 7-8 million dollar a year offer.
From the first time we heard this story, Harbaugh seems like he didn't
want anything to do with Miami until the dollar amount was announced,
then Harbaugh listens.
Justify? In a league where the rookie star players are making that much
and much more? In general, there is a supply-and-demand principle at
work here... If that is what it takes to get the guy, then that is what
you pay if you want him.
If Harbaugh is a flop, then he's not worth whatever Ross pays... I
personally think Sparano is way overpaid, given his results over the
last two seasons.
What is Harbaugh worth per year in your book? $1M? $2M?
This doesn't affect the cap... and if Ross wants to spend the money, so
be it. They'd have had to pay $8M/y to get Cowher.
The thing is what is Harbaugh's track record? What has he done.
If Harbaugh is successful, the that's great, but what makes him so
sought after?
If he does become Miami's head coach, which he now probably will, I
just hope we are not looking at another Nick Saban fiasco.
I would have preferred to see if Jeff Fisher would be retained by
Tennessee.
Well, evidently Ross is way high on Harbaugh. It's his $8M bucks...
Rich
2011-01-07 01:50:44 UTC
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Post by Rich
Post by Rich
Post by Steve
Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
Yup, lots of news floating around about it this morning. This is the
latest I read on MSNBC...
Signs continue to point towards the Dolphins landing Jim Harbaugh as
their next head coach.
Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News has a source that says all
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami s huge offer,
believed to be more than $7 million-per-season.  Miami would
reportedly go above $8 million-per-year if the 49ers upped their
offer.  (Translation: Harbaugh s agent is playing this very well.)
Not a done deal, but everything is pointing that way, Kawakami said.
Meanwhile, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that some Dolphins
coaches are packing their boxes at the team facility this morning.
That does not include coach Tony Sparano and its those coaches would
be losing jobs even if Sparano stayed.
Still, this clumsy situation has to come to a conclusion soon.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is taking deserved criticism for hanging
his coach Tony Sparano out to dry.    Remember Sparano?
How the hell do you justify making a college coach who has never won
anything a possible 7-8 million dollar a year offer.
  From the first time we heard this story, Harbaugh seems like he didn't
want anything to do with Miami until the dollar amount was announced,
then Harbaugh listens.
Justify?  In a league where the rookie star players are making that much
and much more?  In general, there is a supply-and-demand principle at
work here...  If that is what it takes to get the guy, then that is what
you pay if you want him.
If Harbaugh is a flop, then he's not worth whatever Ross pays...  I
personally think Sparano is way overpaid, given his results over the
last two seasons.
What is Harbaugh worth per year in your book?  $1M?  $2M?
This doesn't affect the cap... and if Ross wants to spend the money, so
be it.  They'd have had to pay $8M/y to get Cowher.
The thing is what is Harbaugh's track record? What has he done.
If Harbaugh is successful, the that's great, but what makes him so
sought after?
If he does become Miami's head coach, which he now probably will, I
just hope we are  not looking at another Nick Saban fiasco.
I would have preferred to see if Jeff Fisher would be retained by
Tennessee.
Well, evidently Ross is way high on Harbaugh.  It's his $8M bucks...
Exactly.
I would have preferred Fisher, then Gruden or Cowher.

One good thing about Harbaugh, he is an offensive minded coach.
bob
2011-01-07 00:02:02 UTC
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Post by euphy
Post by Rich
Post by Steve
Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
Yup, lots of news floating around about it this morning. This is the
latest I read on MSNBC...
Signs continue to point towards the Dolphins landing Jim Harbaugh as
their next head coach.
Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News has a source that says “all
indications” are that Harbaugh will accept Miami’s huge offer,
believed to be more than $7 million-per-season. Miami would
reportedly go above $8 million-per-year if the 49ers upped their
offer. (Translation: Harbaugh’s agent is playing this very well.)
“Not a done deal, but everything is pointing that way,” Kawakami said.
Meanwhile, Chris Mortensen of ESPN is reporting that some Dolphins
coaches are packing their boxes at the team facility this morning.
That does not include coach Tony Sparano and its those coaches would
be losing jobs even if Sparano stayed.
Still, this clumsy situation has to come to a conclusion soon.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is taking deserved criticism for hanging
his coach Tony Sparano out to dry. Remember Sparano?
How the hell do you justify making a college coach who has never won
anything a possible 7-8 million dollar a year offer.
From the first time we heard this story, Harbaugh seems like he didn't
want anything to do with Miami until the dollar amount was announced,
then Harbaugh listens.
Justify? In a league where the rookie star players are making that much
and much more? In general, there is a supply-and-demand principle at
work here... If that is what it takes to get the guy, then that is what
you pay if you want him.
If Harbaugh is a flop, then he's not worth whatever Ross pays... I
personally think Sparano is way overpaid, given his results over the
last two seasons.
The Tuna was paid a lot more than Sparano, talk about overpaid.
Post by euphy
What is Harbaugh worth per year in your book? $1M? $2M?
This doesn't affect the cap... and if Ross wants to spend the money, so
be it. They'd have had to pay $8M/y to get Cowher.
J Lunis
2011-01-06 18:47:23 UTC
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Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
The last sentence thrills me quite a bit, ummm, assuming "coaching
staff" does not include Nolan. Not that Sparano staying is good news.
Stoobz
2011-01-07 02:01:51 UTC
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Post by aerovons
So Adam Schecter just got off the air saying the situation is "fluid"
and that the alternate plan is to keep Sparano and hire a new OC. Big
news. Also said Miami has not officially made an offer yet to
Harbaugh. Could go either way.
Then, I go to the local papers and Omar Kelly just tweeted "All
indications are that Harbaugh will accept Miami's offer."
Meanwhile, coaching staff (not Sparano) is literally packing boxes
today according to ESPN and the locals.
TH
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