Former Dolphins coach Adam Gase is seemingly a sizzling property for NFL teams looking for to fill that place.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, inside three hours after Miami fired Gase Monday morning, he had heard from the “majority of teams” with a head coach opening. Besides the Dolphins, seven different NFL teams are looking for a brand new coach: the Bengals, Broncos, Browns, Buccaneers, Cardinals, Jets and Packers.
The 40-year-old Gase posted a 23-25 file in three seasons in Miami. The staff began this season 3-0, however stumbled to a 7-9 end, doubtless sealing Gase’s destiny.
If Gase has already talked to 4 or extra teams, he would appear a possible candidate for one of many open spots. Schefter mentioned he is set to start out interviews this week.
One fascinating rumor: NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported that Broncos normal supervisor John Elway, who performed with Gase as his offensive coordinator in Denver, is lobbying Browns proprietor Jimmy Haslam to rent him.
The Miami Herald reported that Gase going to the Browns is “a very real possibility.”