DAVIE, Fla. (AP) _ Shoes and other equipment filled
four-foot-high bins in the Miami Dolphins' locker room today,
signaling the start of the offseason. Another sign: upheaval in the
The Dolphins' latest shakeup began before noon when new boss
Bill Parcells fired general manager Randy Mueller and two other
members of the player personnel staff.
Still undetermined was the future of coach Cam Cameron, who went
1-and-15 in his first year as an NFL head coach. He awaits a
fateful meeting with Parcells.
Sweeping changes are anticipated by Parcells, a two-time Super
Bowl champion coach who began work last week as executive vice
president of football operations. He started by firing Mueller,
assistant director of player personnel Mike Baugh and college
scouting coordinator Rick Thompson.
The departures came less than a year after owner Wayne Huizenga
gave Mueller and Cameron responsibility for rebuilding the
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