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Mike Tannenbaum Essentially Fired by Dolphins

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Following the conclusion of the 2018 NFL regular season, the Miami Dolphins made some organizational moves that included the firing of head coach Adam Gase.

Additionally, general manager Chris Grief was promoted to vice president of football operations while prior VP, Mike Tannenbaum, had been “reassigned” within the organization.

According to the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero, Tannenbaum’s “reassignment” was actually a firing, but with more of a “face-saving” exit.

“He will not be working for the team again,” Salguero reported. “By the time the draft comes in April, it will be obvious he is no longer with the organization.”

The development is good news for Dolphin fans, who have long been upset and bothered with Tannenbaum’s decisions, influence, and involvement with the team.

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Jets Sign David Fales

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David Fales

The New York Jets have signed veteran quarterback David Fales, who is very familiar with head coach Adam Gase, according to the New York Daily News’ Manish Mehta.

Fales will now backup Luke Falk, who takes over as the starter until Sam Darnold is healthy enough to return.

Fales spent time with Gase while both were with the Miami Dolphins, and while the two were together with the Chicago Bears.

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Steelers Sign Paxton Lynch to Practice Squad

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed veteran quarterback Paxton Lynch to their practice squad.

Lynch, a former first round pick by the Denver Broncos, has been a bust during his career and recently failed to make the Seattle Seahawks final roster following the conclusion of the preseason.

With Mason Rudolph under center in the wake of Ben Roethlisberger’s injury, Lynch becomes another security blank for the Steelers moving forward.

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Raiders Release Jonathan Cooper

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The Oakland Raiders have released veteran guard Jonathan Cooper, according to an official team announcement.

Cooper’s release cleared the necessary roster spot needed for the return of Richie Incognito, who served a two-game suspension.

Cooper has been inactive for the past two weeks.

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