Monday, January 14, 2008

Will Miami hire Sparano this week?

Will Miami hire Sparano this week?

The Miami Dolphins have interviewed several candidates. They have satisfied the Rooney Rule. And the Dallas Cowboys' season has ended. Does that mean Tony Sparano's hiring is inevitable?

With Dallas eliminated, the Miami Dolphins are expected to bring Sparano to South Florida at some point this week, possibly as early as Wednesday the Miami Herald reported.

Miami already has interviewed two other candidates�and Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz is still scheduled to interview in South Florida on Monday.

WVU's Slaton to skip senior season for NFL draft
West Virginia junior running back Steve Slaton said Sunday he will enter the NFL draft.

Pack, McCarthy closing in on contract extension
Packers coach Mike McCarthy is closing in on a contract extension as his team prepares to host the New York Giants in the NFC championship next weekend.

Redskins will interview Colts' Meeks, Caldwell

The Washington Redskins are expected to attempt to interview Indianapolis assistant coaches Ron Meeks and Jim Caldwell this week now that the Indianapolis Colts have been eliminated from the playoffs according to the Washington Post.

NFL sources continue to maintain that Redskins assistant Gregg Williams is the front-runner for the job. A source close to Tennessee defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz, who has also been interviewed, said the Redskins are expected to love quickly in naming a head coach.

Both Meeks and Caldwell are candidates to replace Tony Dungy in Indianapolis should he retire.

Chargers QB Rivers questionable for Sunday
Read full story for latest details.

Sparano leads four candidates for Miami job
Read full story for latest details.

LB Lofton, Sooners' leading tackler, turning pro
Oklahoma linebacker Curtis Lofton, the Sooners' leading tackler this year, said Monday he has decided to enter the NFL draft.

Michigan's Manningham decides to enter NFL draft
Mario Manningham will skip his senior season at Michigan to enter the NFL draft.

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