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Omar Kelly: Dolphins' commitment to Tua isn't unanimous and it could hurt search for coach

3 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

History has had a nasty habit of repeating itself with the Miami Dolphins during the past decade, if not two.
No matter how hard the franchise tries to steer a different course, it keeps traveling down the same path, making similar mistakes, and the people who record that history need to take some ownership for this ride on the mediocrity merry-go-round.
At least I do, because not all of Dolphins' history has been recorded properly, or done in a timely fashion.
For instance, you've probably heard whisperers, or internet chatter about the failed coup d'état the 2014 receivers orchestrated...
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