Bill Lazor & Dennis Hickey
William V. Lazor (born June 14, 1972) is an American football coach and former player. He is currently the offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins. Dennis Hickey is the general manager of the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League. He was hired on January 26, 2014. He previously worked in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers front office./5
Bill Lazor Dennis Hickey Ryan Tannehill Mike Tannenbaum Evan Mathis Mike Dennis Arian Foster Houston Texans Mike Pouncey John Benton Jake Long Jonathan Martin Richie Incognito Dallas Thomas Joe Philbin
Fact of the matter is Dennis Hickey and Mike Tannenbaum have a direct connection to Evan Mathis from his time with Bill Lazor
Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey and Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin Hickey are speaking to media. Dennis Hickey: When calls are made you consider it, but we had pre-determined plan. James was targeted player we really thought would help us. Hickey: Ryan Tannehill is excited about having another OT, a quality OT with 36 inch arms that can really pass protect and is a talented athlete. Hickey: When you talk about trading you take into account what may happen -- what other teams have visited, worked out. Joe Philbin: When Bill Lazor came in we talked about specifics -- size, arm length. We all felt we has ability to pass block 1-on-1 against DEs Philbin: We felt he was a good scheme fit in the offense. Philbin on Dallas Thomas: He got reps at guard and tackle last year, made a lot of progress... he gives us some flexibility. Philbin said there was no "great revelation" about James, just fit the bill on and off the field. Philbin: We like James' durability, played 49 games in one of best conferences, got better as ...
It's really hard to predict 2014 for the Dolphins for two reasons: Dennis Hickey & Bill Lazor.
"We're excited about that group," Dennis Hickey said about the quarterbacks, who began to learn Bill Lazor's offense last week.
The Dolphins couldn't get away from the stink and scandal of the 2013 season fast enough. The team hired a new general manager (Dennis Hickey), offensive coordinator (Bill Lazor), and signed 10 players to help remake a flawed roster. Will that be enough to contend in the AFC? It's important to remember that, despite all the drama around them, Miami came within one game of a playoff berth last season. There's no reason to think they can't take the next step. Recapping Dolphins' offseason moves Key re-signings Key arrivals Key departures CB Brent Grimes OT Branden Albert CB Nolan Carroll DT Randy Starks CB Cortland Finnegan S Chris Clemons DT Earl Mitchell DT Paul Soliai RB Knowshon Moreno What's next » O-line overhaul: It took a year, but the Dolphins located their replacement for Jake Long. Branden Albert instantly upgrades the protection on Ryan Tannehill's blindside. Jonathan Martin was shipped out of town and Richie Incognito is out of the picture (where he should stay). Right tackle remains a major h ...
UNDER THE RADAR SIGNING THAT MAY HAVE A SIGNIFICANT IMPACT. With all that has gone on recently with the hiring of Dennis Hickey and Bill Lazor there is one coaching addition that needs to be noted. That is the hiring of John Benton who comes over from the Houston Texans. He has taken the post of assistant offensive line coach. From 2006-13 he was in charge of one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. Houston's offense ranked in the top five for three consecutive seasons from 2008-10. The line helped Arian Foster lead the league in 2012. Before coaching the line in Houston he did the same job with the Rams for a year. We will have to wait to see if this is a sign that Jim Turners job is in jeopardy, but for now any assistance can only be welcomed. Hopefully he will help to improve the line play because Ryan Tannehill can't take another beating like he did last season. It is more than likley he will be helping 4 new linemen gel as a unit because the only player who is safe is Mike Pouncey.
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