Former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick thinks he would be a good fit for the Miami Dolphins, who are in search of a new head coach after firing Tony Sparano, according to the Miami Herald.
“The Dolphins are a marquee franchise,” Billick told The Miami Herald. “But at the end of the day, it’s the structure of what they put together.”
“It has to be a partnership between the head coach, general manager and ownership with a very specific vision. The Dolphins are probably a long way from formulating their plans.”
Billick 57, posted an 80-64 record for the Ravens in his nine seasons as head coach (1999-2007). Billick’s tenure in Baltimore was highlighted by helping the club claim its first-ever Lombardi Trophy in 2000.
Though Billick left Charm City on bitter terms after a 5-11 season in 2007, he helped guide the Ravens to five winning seasons, four playoff appearances and a 5-3 postseason record.