Ireland: Firing Cam Cameron was "A simple process"

New Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland called the firing of Cam Cameron a "simple process," and said his top priority is to find a coach with the same philosophies that he shares with Bill Parcells, the ... Full Story
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Bad guy

Easton, PA

#1 Jan 3, 2008
Don't shed too many tears for Cameron, they have to pay him off.
FinzFan

Banner Elk, NC

#2 Jan 3, 2008
Just what was needed - A good housecleaning! It may be a few years, but I think it will be worth the wait.
umcanes73

Salt Lake City, UT

#3 Jan 3, 2008
So by "protypical sized NFL players", does anyone think that the new regime is saying to Cammy- " You actually used the #9 pick on a 5'11" 178lb receiver... oops... one heck of a kick returner?"
Baby New Year

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#4 Jan 3, 2008
I'm not a Dolphins fan, but it looks like this team is finally heading in the right direction. Get some big hogs up front, an athletic hard-hitting group of linebackers and a lot of the other flaws can mysteriously disappear. These guys have learned to work with the Salary Cap, which was one of Jimmy Johnson's shortcomings.
GFK

Alpharetta, GA

#5 Jan 3, 2008
You're next Ireland!!!!!
I can't wait till you get canned next!!!!!
Mr Poster Boy

United States

#6 Jan 3, 2008
I wonder if Cam canned will monitor this blog now that he has been fired?
Simon

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#7 Jan 3, 2008
Am I supposed to be excited with I know they are lots of favoritism involved, but these are a bunch of no name guys without any college head coaching experience. That’s just ridiculous. At least Jason Garrett has been here before. But he is just 3 years removed from playing in the NFL.
Acts of Sedition

Hollywood, FL

#8 Jan 3, 2008
What's the new name of the team? The Miami Cowboys?

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Jarrod

Pompano Beach, FL

#10 Jan 3, 2008
The media is blowing up the comment that firing Cameron was a "simple process". What was he supposed to say when asked, "what was the process you went through with Cameron?"
Daunte Culpepper

Port Saint Lucie, FL

#11 Jan 3, 2008
I love it, payback baby!!
Shrimp

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#13 Jan 3, 2008
Mr Poster Boy wrote:
I wonder if Cam canned will monitor this blog now that he has been fired?
Why would Cameron monitor this blog? He has his severance, and is probably on his way home to be with his family and his wealth. Why would he need to monitor a blog? Why would have give a rat's a.s.s.? I wish I could be fired as a head coach in the NFL. I wouldn't mind the severance package.
Dolphanjav

Thornville, OH

#14 Jan 3, 2008
GFK wrote:
You're next Ireland!!!!!
I can't wait till you get canned next!!!!!
Can we please at least keep these forums to an intelligent level where we can all have intelligent conversations that will not jeopardize the integrity of these forums.

On another note, this is the first time in Dolphins history I have seen any sense of urgency from these team. Knowing what they want and going after it in a timely manner. Not letting other teams benefit from these opportunities.

Keep up the sense of urgency Dolphins and success will follow.
JAL

Miami, FL

#17 Jan 3, 2008
Dolphanjav wrote:
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Can we please at least keep these forums to an intelligent level where we can all have intelligent conversations that will not jeopardize the integrity of these forums.
On another note, this is the first time in Dolphins history I have seen any sense of urgency from these team. Knowing what they want and going after it in a timely manner. Not letting other teams benefit from these opportunities.
Keep up the sense of urgency Dolphins and success will follow.
Yeah, they feel urgency alright. They want to urgently raise ticket prices again, but they can't quite do that with the 1-15 administration in place, can they?
Bill P

United States

#18 Jan 3, 2008
GFK wrote:
You're next Ireland!!!!!
I can't wait till you get canned next!!!!!
Please don't go away mad, just go away... you are what we don't need...
Rastis-The Love Doctor

Stuart, FL

#19 Jan 3, 2008
Jeff, will you marry me? I love you man! Ya gotta love how this guy talks, G.D. refreshing for a change....
marlinmmike

United States

#20 Jan 3, 2008
NO SURPRISE ,NOW LETS GET A YOUNG COACH INSTEAD OS SOME OLD RETREAD!!!
Ex-auto dealer

Pompano Beach, FL

#21 Jan 3, 2008
umcanes73 wrote:
So by "protypical sized NFL players", does anyone think that the new regime is saying to Cammy- " You actually used the #9 pick on a 5'11" 178lb receiver... oops... one heck of a kick returner?"
Exactly. ive me a WR who is at least 6-2. DB'sat least 6-1 and LB's at least 6-3. No more undersized 5-11 DB's or 6-0 LB's.
Al Davis

United States

#22 Jan 3, 2008
Daunte Culpepper wrote:
I love it, payback baby!!
Mr. Culpepper, please don't look back because your days are numbered as well.

Sorry....Al Davis
Dolfan since 1970s

Boca Raton, FL

#23 Jan 3, 2008
Will it take 2-3 years for the Dolphins to get back on the WINNING track or What????? By the way, the new dishes have been introduced on South Florida's restaurants: "Cam Cameron's special GRILLED & CRUSHED Dolphins sandwich" for Lunch and "Grilled & Crushed Dolphins entree" for dinner.
Fang

United States

#24 Jan 3, 2008
Simon wrote:
Am I supposed to be excited with this group of candidates? I know they are lots of favoritism involved, but these are a bunch of no name guys without any college head coaching experience. That’s just ridiculous. At least Jason Garrett has been here before. But he is just 3 years removed from playing in the NFL
So you need a big name to coach here. How about these Hank Stram, Bud Grant, or maybe even Bill Walsh. Those are big name coaches all are dead unfortunitly, but big names for sure.

I guess Jason Garrett is our next saviour he was here when we had Culpepper and Harington how did that work out ?

How about we find a coach that has the guts to stay with his convictions on who to play. Then gut the cancer in the locker room, sending Jason Taylor, Vonnie Holiday, and Zack Thomas to a team in Alaska or where ever just get them out of here.
Certainly lets not forget Keith Traylor in the above mentioned. For the worst defensive line in the NFL this year these guys had no reason to shoot off there mouths.

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