The inaugural Miami Dolphins Coaches Clinic was at the Don Taft University Center Arena at Nova Southeastern University -- across from the Miami Dolphins practice facility in Davie. Dolphins Head Coach Joe Philbin opened the event, followed by instruction from more Dolphins coaches and college coaches from Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University and the University of Miami. The pro and college coaches donated their time and expertise to more than 1,000 registered South Florida youth league and high school football coaches.
The inaugural Miami Dolphins Coaches Clinic was at the Don Taft University Center Arena at Nova Southeastern University -- across from the Miami Dolphins practice facility in Davie. Dolphins Head Coach Joe Philbin opened the event, followed by instruction from more Dolphins coaches and college coaches from Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University and the University of Miami. The pro and college coaches donated their time and expertise to more than 1,000 registered South Florida youth league and high school football coaches. Photo Courtesy Miami Dolphins
The inaugural Miami Dolphins Coaches Clinic was at the Don Taft University Center Arena at Nova Southeastern University -- across from the Miami Dolphins practice facility in Davie. Dolphins Head Coach Joe Philbin opened the event, followed by instruction from more Dolphins coaches and college coaches from Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University and the University of Miami. The pro and college coaches donated their time and expertise to more than 1,000 registered South Florida youth league and high school football coaches. Photo Courtesy Miami Dolphins

Coaching the coaches at inaugural Miami Dolphins Coaches Clinic

April 29, 2015 05:55 PM

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