REPORT: Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel hired a bright young offensive assistant to his team.

Over the weekend, Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel hired a bright young offensive assistant to his team. #FInsUp
Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel continues to go to tremendous lengths to put together the best coaching staff in NFL history, this time bringing in a bright young assistant from college.

According to FootballScoops, the Dolphins will add former Wisconsin Badgers senior offensive assistant Rob Everett to their coaching staff. The Sun Sentinel’s Chris Perk later corroborated the story.


Wisconsin Badgers football losing analyst Rob Everett to an NFL job

Although not much information is available about Everett, the Badgers’ official website claims that he began coaching at the high school level in 2002. Everett spent 14 years coaching in Northern Virginia, at Westfield High School, Robert E. Lee High School, and Washington-Lee High School.

Everett took over as defensive coordinator at Bridgewater College in 2016, where the team won the state championship and led the conference in total defense. After a brief time with the AAF’s Memphis Express, he moved on to become a coaching advisor at HigerEcheleon, where he “worked on 3D simulation training, tackling analytics, and process efficiency.”

After a year working on opponent breakdowns and scouting reports for offensive coordinator Phil Longo at North Carolina, Everett followed Longo to Wisconsin, where he was designated senior offensive analyst.

He will now join Mike McDaniel’s staff in Miami, where he will work to develop one of the league’s finest offenses in a season in which anything less than an AFC East championship or a playoff win is considered a failure.

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