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Upon the hiring of former San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator Cam Cameron as Dolphins head coach on January 19, 2007, it was announced that Mularkey would no longer serve as offensive coordinator but would remain with the team in another capacity. On March 15, 2007 it was officially announced that Cameron himself will call the offensive plays in 2007, while Mularkey will serve as tight ends coach.

On January 22, 2006, Mularkey was hired to be the Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator.[2] As the offensive coordinator under Miami's coach, Nick Saban, Mularkey had an unsuccessful season with injuries to his first string quarterback, Daunte Culpepper, and running back, Ronnie Brown. The Dolphins only scored 16.3 points per game, ranking 29th in the NFL. Following the season, it was announced Saban had resigned as Dolphins head coach and he accepted the position of head coach of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide on January 3, 2007.

Give the guy a chance -

Mularkey was hired as the Pittsburgh Steelers tight ends coach in 1996 and held the position until the conclusion of the 2000 season, when he replaced Kevin Gilbride as the team's offensive coordinator. He has a reputation for being an offense-oriented head coach with a penchant for trick plays. His skill for creating special packages to utilize multi-dimensional players such as Hines Ward and Antwaan Randle El earned him the nickname "Inspector Gadget"[1] . Even with his creative imagination, his philosophy of being the most physical punishing offense helped the Steelers average 10+ wins a year during his 3 years as offensive coordinator.

Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson announced Friday that Mike Mularkey has resigned after two seasons and a 14-18 record as Head Coach of the Bills.

8 days after Bills named Marv Levy, who coached the team to an unprecedented four straight Super Bowls in the 1990s, as the General Manager/Football Operations

Always a reason

I would welcome Mularkey as our OC

Plus lets support this change in the Falcons from top to bottom

Go Falcons

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You don't make you reputation by succeeding with top notch players. You make your reputation by making something happen with less than your best players.

Mularkey was run out of Buffalo very quickly as well.

Let's hope that Mularkey has learned lessons from his failures. This team needs to succeed.

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To many people want it fixed now!!!!!!!

I hope people aren't stupid enough to believe that Smith and TD can fix this whole franchise in just one year.

Give them a chance there's a reason that Smith wants to bring in Mularkey and Vangorder.

Like Smith said control the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball and have a great running game. If the running game is good enough you can control the clock and wear down the opposing defense thats how the Falcons went to the 98 SB Jamal Anderson running Left, Right center, throw a pass, JA left, right, center.

It's obvious to me that Blank got the 2 people he was wanting and they have a plan.

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GEORGIAfan (1/24/2008)
what about in Buff. where they said his offense was predictable.

if he is like the guy he was in pitt, then im happy, but if he was like he was in buff, then i got to say ill pass. he was HC, so mayb it was his OC that was partially the problem, because 1st year he went 9-7.

Mularkey is all good, This is a good system for Shockley

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