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Childress' next stop could be Miami (or Philly)

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08:05 AM ET 01.14 | Brad Childress, formerly of the Vikings, may soon be back in the NFL. Childress told the Minnesota Star Tribune he has an interview set up for Saturday with Dolphins coach Tony Sparano, who is trying to hire an offensive coordinator and a quarterbacks coach. "I don't have any preconceived notions," Childress told the Star Tribune. "If there's a good opportunity there with good people -- and that's the key -- I'll coach again this year. If not then I'll pass and do something next year." ... It's likely he'll interview for some of the other NFL coordinator positions that are currently open. It's also a possibility he'll return to Andy Reid's staff in Philadelphia.

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January 14, 2011  08:10 AM ET

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

January 14, 2011  08:11 AM ET

Just love that pic. Thanks interns!

January 14, 2011  08:16 AM ET

Good luck with that.

January 14, 2011  08:16 AM ET

Look out ..The floppy hat could be coming to a town near you.

January 14, 2011  08:22 AM ET

This guy looks more like a manager of a Burger King than an NFL coach

January 14, 2011  08:24 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

This guy looks more like a manager of a Burger King than an NFL coach

He coaches like a manager of Burger King, too.

January 14, 2011  08:27 AM ET

Where is the fishing pole and tackle box

January 14, 2011  08:31 AM ET

I am completely confident that he can do for Chad Henne what he did for Tavarous Jackson.

January 14, 2011  08:33 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

I am completely confident that he can do for Chad Henne what he did for Tavarous Jackson.

And I am sure he will mention this in the interview.

January 14, 2011  08:40 AM ET

"Childress' next stop could be Miami (or Philly.)"

Or Gilligan's Island.

January 14, 2011  08:40 AM ET

I'm sure Fish fans this morning are getting all worked up about this.

January 14, 2011  08:46 AM ET

He knows first hand how to blow a game against Miami at home.

January 14, 2011  09:00 AM ET

Chilly is a good coordinator. Miami should be excited if he ends up there. Their offense has been terrible since Marino retired.

January 14, 2011  09:14 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

I am completely confident that he can do for Chad Henne what he did for Tavarous Jackson.

Ouch!!

January 14, 2011  09:36 AM ET

If him and Andy Reid were togehter again....would the fact that neither has any clue what to do inside 4 minutes of the 4th quarter -would they cancel each other out?

January 14, 2011  10:56 AM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Chilly is a good coordinator. Miami should be excited if he ends up there. Their offense has been terrible since Marino retired.

if I was a dolphins fan I would be doing the happy dance. ahhh..NOT!

January 14, 2011  11:50 AM ET
QUOTE(#17):

Chilly is a good coordinator. Miami should be excited if he ends up there. Their offense has been terrible since Marino retired.

Do you think Favre would want to play in Miami?

<waits for the uproar>

January 14, 2011  12:35 PM ET
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Looks like he is already there...

That does resemble a guayabera doesn't it?

January 14, 2011  12:44 PM ET

The hat is a natural fit for Miami. add a little SPF 30 and some shorts and he is GTG

 
January 14, 2011  12:51 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

This guy looks more like a manager of a Burger King than an NFL coach

He did a very Good Job in Phily

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