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Dave Hyde / Sun-Sentinel:
Brian Flores is fired as Miami Dolphins coach; GM Chris Grier will be retained  —  Brian Flores was fired after three seasons as Miami Dolphins coach, a source confirmed to the Sun-Sentinel on Monday.  —  Dolphins owner Steve Ross will not be attempting to hire Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, according to a league source.
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David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Brian Flores out as Dolphins coach; owner Steve Ross addresses move, Grier, Tua, Watson  —  MIAMI GARDENS — The Miami Dolphins fired coach Brian Flores on Monday.  —  Flores was 24-25 in three seasons leading the Dolphins, but he did not have a playoff appearance to show for it after falling a game short each of the past two seasons.
Dave Hyde / Sun-Sentinel:
Tua's future, season's consequence — ball's in Dolphins owner Steve Ross' court if he knows what to do  —  MIAMI GARDENS — There were “Tua” chants in the end.  There was also the coach, Brian Flores, talking afterward of the “resilience” of his team while basking in the radiance of a season sweep of New England.
Sun-Sentinel:
20 things we learned in Miami Dolphins' 33-24 win over New England Patriots  —  MIAMI GARDENS — The Miami Dolphins aren't advancing to the playoffs, but at least the team won't have a sour taste in their mouth for the entire offseason.  —  The Dolphins' 33-24 victory over the New England Patriots …
Dave Hyde / Sun-Sentinel:
Hyde10: Ten thoughts on Dolphins' season-ending 33-24 win over Patriots  —  The Miami Dolphins swept the New England Patriots for the first time in 20 years.  —  They ended with a winning, 9-8 record.  —  But it has to be asked: How much bigger would this game have been if they'd played this way last Sunday in Tennessee?
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins secure winning season and sweep of rival Patriots in finale  —  MIAMI GARDENS — The Miami Dolphins' season may not be heading to the postseason, but it ended on a high note and with a win that secured a sweep of a rival that dominated their division for most of the past two decades.
Kenny Rosarion / Sun-Sentinel:   Instant Analysis: Miami Dolphins 33, New England Patriots 24
Steve Svekis / Sun-Sentinel:   Live updates: New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins, 4:25 p.m. kickoff
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:   Jaylen Waddle breaks NFL rookie receptions record; Sunday slate affects Dolphins' 2022 first-round draft pick and schedule
Pat Leonard / New York Daily News:
Giants' Steve Tisch: ‘Disappointed’ an ‘understatement’ as GM Dave Gettleman is dismissed  —  Giants co-owner Steve Tisch broke a two-year silence with a strong statement in the wake of GM Dave Gettleman's dismissal on Monday.  —  “It is an understatement to say John [Mara] …
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Pat Leonard / New York Daily News:
Bills' Joe Schoen, Chiefs' Ryan Poles among Giants' interview requests as GM search begins  —  The Giants immediately began requesting interviews with prospective GM candidates after dismissing Dave Gettleman on Monday.  —  Here is a quick look at the slips put in so far:  —  Joe Schoen - assistant GM, Buffalo Bills
Pat Leonard / New York Daily News:
Joe Judge says Giants ran QB sneaks to avoid Chicago-type disaster
Discussion: New York Post
Pat Leonard / New York Daily News:
Uneasy feeling around Joe Judge's Giants as season ends with sixth straight loss
Chicago Tribune:
Chicago Bears fire GM Ryan Pace and coach Matt Nagy in a big shakeup at Halas Hall  —  The Chicago Bears are in the market for a new general manager and head coach after firing Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy on Monday.  —  While the move to fire Nagy was expected as the losses piled up in his fourth season …
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Colleen Kane / Chicago Tribune:   Chicago Bears finish 6-11 — and in 3rd place in the NFC North. Here's how the 2021 season unfolded.
Dan Wiederer / Chicago Tribune:
When the ax swings at Halas Hall this week, which Bears leaders will be left standing? For now, Chicago must wait.
Discussion: Bears Wire and ProFootballTalk
Ryan McFadden / Baltimore Sun:
Ravens TE Mark Andrews adds to historic year by breaking franchise single-season receptions record |  NOTES  —  Ravens tight end Mark Andrews on Sunday continued to rewrite the franchise record books, setting the single-season receptions mark during their 16-13 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Baltimore.
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Analis Bailey / USA Today:
Chargers coach Brandon Staley explains why he called timeout late in overtime loss vs. Raiders  —  After the Los Angeles Chargers lost to the Raiders 35-32 in overtime, head coach Brandon Staley stood by his decision to call a late timeout, saying he wanted the right defensive personnel on the field.
 
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