Spurrier's a long shot, at best
Now that we no longer have to speculate about Dave Wannstedt's future, we can earnestly speculate about the future of the Dolphins.
Then all you kept hearing Monday was that Huizenga out of loyalty would not fire the coach until the end of the season. Huizenga knew that Wannstedt was an honest, hard-working coach who had four winning seasons in his previous four years on the job. He knew that Ricky Williams' abrupt retirement had devastated a team that was built around the running back. He knew that David Boston's season-ending injury in preseason was a fatal football blow to the offense. He knew that a horrific Hurricane season had made chaos of the early-season schedule.
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