Miami Dolphins Hire New Safeties Coach

The Miami Dolphins took a massive step forward in 2022, competing in their Wild Card round loss to the Buffalo Bills without their starting Quarterback, and early this off-season, it's become clear that they are focused on upgrading the defence ahead of a run in 2023.

On top of bringing in Vic Fangio as the Defensive Coordinator and Renaldo Hill, the organization have now officially hired Philadelphia Eagles defensive quality control coach Joe Kasper as the new safeties coach, showing that they are dedicated to making this a very well-rounded team.

On the field, they've got some solid safety play over the past few years, and if they can stay healthy on that side of the ball, they'll no doubt be dangerous going forward, making this off-season a crucial one to the success of this team.

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