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Has Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel gone from a deep freeze in Kansas City to a hot seat in Miami?
2023 Miami Dolphins Regular Season Overview
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Standing (Division)Division Rank 2nd AFC East
WinsWins 11
LossesLosses 6
DrawsDraws 0
PPGPoints per Game 29.2
OPPGOpponent Points per Game 23
Head CoachHead Coach Mike McDaniel

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  • MIA Defensive Tackle #94
    He said on ESPN NFL Live, “If that means franchising him, that’s likely what they’ll do.” As Graziano noted, Miami needs to clear over $50 million in cap space this offseason. Tagging Wilkins would add roughly $21 million to their books for the upcoming season. That makes keeping Wilkins in town tricky, but far from impossible. A long-term deal could keep his cap hit for 2024 in check while still getting him plenty of money in the coming years. Wilkins totaled nine sacks and 10 TFLs in 2023.
  • FA Coaching Staff
    Campanile was replaced by former Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry and is now free to sign with another team. Campanile has spent the last four seasons as the Dolphins linebackers coach and fielded interviews from both the Dolphins and the Giants for their defensive coordinator vacancy earlier this offseason. With three defensive coordinator openings remaining, it’s possible Campanile lands a DC job in the coming days, or is added as a linebackers coach elsewhere.
  • MIA Coaching Staff
    Barry was given his walking papers by the Packers at the end of the 2023 season after his defense struggled in two years under his tutelage. In Barry’s two seasons, the Packers ranked in the bottom 10 in EPA per dropback and dropback success rate. The Dolphins’ decision to hire Barry as their run game coordinator is a somewhat curious one, as the Packers allowed the fifth-most rushing yards per game in 2023 and the seventh-most rush yards in the previous season.
  • MIA Defensive Coordinator
    The Dolphins let defensive coordinator Vic Fangio leave to hold the same position in Philadelphia at the end of the 2023 season. Weaver rejoined the NFL ranks in 2012 after a successful playing career as a defensive end. He eventually worked his way up to defensive coordinator in Houston for the 2020 season but was let go after just one year. He then joined the Ravens and was promoted to associate head coach in 2022. Weaver was a well-respected name in coaching circles this offseason and even got a few head coaching interviews. He also has play-calling experience from his time with the Texans. The Ravens are coming off back-to-back top-10 finishes in sack rate under Weaver on top of their elite stats as a whole. With a strong showing in Miami, Weaver could be on the fast track to his first head coaching gig.
  • MIA Quarterback #1
    Next season is a contract year for Tagovailoa, who was drafted by the Dolphins with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Through four seasons, Tagovailoa has thrown for 12,639 yards, 81 touchdowns, and 37 interceptions and was named to the Pro Bowl for his 2023 efforts. He’s taken a noticeable step forward in his two seasons under head coach Mike McDaniel and led all qualified passers in yards per attempt (8.9) and touchdown rate (6.3 percent) in 2022. As ESPN’s Marcel Louis-Jacques points out, Dolphins GM Chris Grier hinted at the potential extension after the team’s loss to the Chiefs in the AFC Wild Card Round. Given his recent production and the fact he is on a contract year, we’d expect Tagovailoa and the Dolphins to have a new deal in place before the start of the season.
  • LAR Coaching Staff
    As one might have guessed, Shula is the grandson of legendary Dolphins head coach Don Shula, who holds the NFL record with 347 career wins. Shula, 37, has spent the last seven seasons with the Rams, serving primarily as a linebackers coach. He served as the pass game coordinator in 2022 and the pass rush coordinator in 2023. While he feels like a long shot to get the job relative to other candidates, Shula’s family ties to the organization make him an interesting candidate. He also received an interview for the Eagles defensive coordinator role last season.
  • FA Defensive Coordinator
    Frazier earned a head coaching interview from the Chargers earlier this month but was one of many candidates who were passed on in exchange for Jim Harbaugh. The former defensive coordinator and head coach (2011-2013) opted to walk away from the Bills last February after spending six seasons with the team. Set to turn 65 in April, Frazier first entered the NFL coaching ranks in 1999. During his time with the Bills, he helped lead three top-five defensive units and is among the most respected coaches in the league.
  • MIA Coaching Staff
    Campanile is an internal candidate who has been with the team since 2020. In addition to the Dolphins, the Giants also interviewed Campanile for their defensive coordinator vacancy this offseason, but they appear to be closing in on Ravens DB coach Dennard Wilson. Campanile has experience as a co-defensive coordinator during his days at Boston College and Michigan, but a DC role in the pros would be his first in any capacity. In addition to Campanile, the Dolphins are also expected to interview outside linebackers coach Ryan Slowik for their DC vacancy.
  • MIA Coaching Staff
    Studesville has been the Dolphins’ running backs coach since 2017. He was also a co-offensive coordinator for the team in 2021 and has been an associate head coach since 2022. With the explosiveness that Dolphins running backs like Raheem Mostert and De’Von Achane have shown, Studesville has received interest from the Titans for their offensive coordinator position. The Titans just hired former Bengals OC Brian Callahan as head coach and are looking to build out their offensive staff as the team rebuilds its roster.
  • BUF Coaching Staff
    The Dolphins are one of three teams who have requested interviews with Babich, as the Packers and Giants have also set up meetings with the Bills coach. Babich has worked in coaching since 2006 has coaching bloodlines as his father, Bob Babich, is also a long-time coach who once served as the head coach of North Dakota State from 1997 to 2003. The two spent time as members of the Bills coaching staff from 2017 to 2021, with Bobby serving in multiple roles over the last seven seasons. Should Babich land a coordinator position, it will be the first time he’s been tasked with calling the defensive plays for a team at any level.