Miami Dolphins

Miami Dolphins make several coaching changes

 

abeasley@miamiherald.com

The Dolphins made a series of coaching changes Wednesday, most notably hiring Marwan Maalouf to replace outgoing assistant special teams coach Dave Fipp, who took a job with the Eagles.

Furthermore, the team has promoted Zac Taylor (quarterbacks coach), Charlie Bullen (assistant defensive line coach), Ben Johnson (assistant quarterbacks coach).

Maalouf was last the special teams coordinator for the Colts, but the two sides parted ways earlier this month. Before that, he worked with the Ravens. Taylor, Bullen and Johnson are all in their second years with the Dolphins.

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