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Fri, 07 Jan 2011 19:32:58 -0800
Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Dan Henning has agreed with head coach Tony Sparano that it would be best to part ways, a source close to Henning said, reports Armando Salguero, of The Miami Herald.
Fri, 31 Dec 2010 06:29:29 -0800
Miami Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall said Thursday, Dec. 30, that he is unsure whether QB Chad Henne and he can work better together in the future, according to Brian Biggane, of the Palm Beach Post. "We had some opportunities this year to do that and we didn't get it done," Marshall said, "so I guess we have to evaluate what we did this year and see what we can improve on. See if we can become good before we can become great." Marshall also implied that offensive coordinator Dan Henning has been too conservative in his playcalling. "You just have to let it go," Marshall said. "Don't worry about the consequences, just throw it up and see what happens. Let's live and die by it." Marshall said the team should use him the way the Atlanta Falcons utilize WR Roddy White and the Detroit Lions use WR Calvin Johnson. "That's what I'm used to in the past: Guys believing in me," Marshall said. "You make plays like that, you build confidence in each other and you get a snowball effect."
Thu, 30 Dec 2010 07:12:54 -0800
Miami Dolphins consultant Bill Parcells has convinced owner Stephen Ross to retain head coach Tony Sparano, according to NFL Network's Michael Lombardi, reports Barry Jackson, of The Miami Herald. The Dolphins will keep Sparano, but likely will hire a new offensive coordinator to replace Dan Henning. Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak could be a potential candidate if he is fired. Former Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels is also a possibility.
Tue, 21 Dec 2010 09:38:57 -0800
Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Dan Henning has told multiple people he intends to retire after the season, according to Jeff Darlington, of The Miami Herald.
Thu, 25 Nov 2010 12:04:26 -0800
Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Dan Henning said he is not worried about his job security and is only worried about trying to produce the best he can, reports Armando Salguero, of The Miami Herald. "Job security? You understand I've been retired twice. So job security is not something I worry about," Henning said. "I worry about trying to take what we have and doing the best we can with it."
Fri, 06 Jun 2008 10:58:58 -0700
Armando Salguero, of The Miami Herald, reports Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator Dan Henning said he was originally hired in an advisory role but was pumped up about the idea of him becoming the team's offensive coordinator.
Mon, 04 Feb 2008 14:39:47 -0800
MiamiDolphins.com reports the Miami Dolphins hired Dan Henning as their new offensive coordinator Monday, Feb. 4. Henning was previously the offensive coordinator with the Carolina Panthers from 2002-2006. He also served with the Miami Dolphins from 1979-1980 as the team's quarterbacks and receivers coach. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Mon, 21 Jan 2008 15:26:16 -0800
Ethan J. Skolnick and Omar Kelly, of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, report former Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning has emerged as the front-runner to become the Miami Dolphins offensive coordinator. Henning was head coach of the Atlanta Falcons and the San Diego Chargers in the 1980's and early 90's.
Mon, 29 Jan 2007 08:53:14 -0800
Pat Yasinskas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports the Carolina Panthers will be responsible for the final year's salary of fired offensive coordinator Dan Henning if Henning does not obtain another coaching job this year. Henning's salary is not known, but is believed to be in the mid-six figures.
Wed, 24 Jan 2007 08:39:08 -0800
Pat Yasinskas and Stan Olson, of the Charlotte Observer, report Carolina Panthers WR Keyshawn Johnson remains uncertain on whether he will return for the 2007 season after learning the club has hired Jeff Davidson as their new offensive coordinator. Previously, Johnson remarked he would retire if former offensive coordinator Dan Henning were not retained. Henning was relieved of his duties earlier this year.
Tue, 16 Jan 2007 08:11:05 -0800
Scott Fowler, of the Charlotte Observer, reports Carolina Panthers WR Keyshawn Johnson is undecided on whether he will return to play in 2007. Earlier this year, Johnson had stated he'd only play for Carolina if offensive coordinator Dan Henning was retained. Henning was fired earlier this week. "I don't know, man," Johnson said. "There's so much bull that goes along with the NFL. This is one of the toughest calls I've ever had to make. I could play until I'm 40. But I've always felt like that in the offseason, if I start to feel like maybe it isn't for me, then maybe it's time to say, `Never mind.' " Johnson added that he will not participate in learning a new offensive system in Charlotte. "I'm a California guy. My kids (ages 11 and 8, they live with Johnson's ex-wife) are here. You ask me to come in there in March -- nope. You're taking valuable time away from me and my kids," Johnson said.
Mon, 15 Jan 2007 13:04:13 -0800
The Associated Press reports the Carolina Panthers have fired OC Dan Henning.
Tue, 09 Jan 2007 14:01:13 -0800
Pat Yasinkas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports Carolina Panthers WR Keyshawn Johnson has said he will only play for the team next season if AC Dan Henning keeps his position as offensive coordinator. Johnson has ruled out the possibility of playing anywhere other than Carolina next season and also may retire even if Henning is kept on the coaching staff.
Wed, 15 Mar 2006 20:40:32 -0800
Pat Yasinskas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports free agent WR Keyshawn Johnson (Cowboys) said twice Wednesday, March 15, that he would be interested in joining the Carolina Panthers. Johnson said Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning is the best coordinator he ever played for. The two had a good relationship when they worked together with the New York Jets.
Mon, 05 Sep 2005 08:57:00 -0700
Darin Gantt, of the Rock Hill Herald, reports Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning stressed how the team's offense will emphasis the running game, but the club will be open-minded within their scheme this season. "We went into last season the same way went into '03," Henning said. "We picked Stephen Davis up because we wanted to be a power running team. Now if we had a power running back we would like to head in that direction again. But if we don't have that guy or are not capable of blocking the way we did in '03, then we'll have to adjust to the capabilities of those around and it may be a different style of running or it may be running back by committee. We always want to run the ball to set up everything that we do."
Thu, 15 Jan 2004 13:46:57 -0800
Carolina Panthers assistant head coach/special teams coach Scott O'Brien will lead the Saturday, Jan. 17, walk-through practice with offensive coordinator Dan Henning and defensive coordinator Mike Trgovac helping out. Panthers head coach John Fox said he considered bringing the entire team into Philadelphia Friday, Jan. 16, but wanted to keep the routine as normal as possible.
Fri, 21 Feb 2003 06:28:03 -0800
Updating previous reports, the Charlotte Observer reports the Carolina Panthers probably won’t use their first-round draft pick on a QB unless in the unlikely scenario they trade up to select USC QB Carson Palmer. “I think there’s five or six guys behind him [Palmer] that have credentials, but each one of them has an area of concern,” said Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning. “What’s best for the franchise now, in my opinion, would be to have Rodney [Peete] and to have some veteran competition that may be younger than Rodney, but of a similar ilk – accurate and experienced.”
Mon, 06 Jan 2003 12:22:28 -0800
Updating previous reports, Jay Glazer, for Sportsline.com, reports Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning will not be joining Bill Parcells in Dallas. Panthers head coach Jon Fox said if Parcells asked for permission to talk to Henning, he would be denied. “Why would I do that? Unless he absolutely wanted to get out of here but I can’t see that being the case,” Fox said. “Dan is not going anywhere.”
Fri, 03 Jan 2003 13:33:32 -0800
Len Pasquarelli for ESPN.com reports it might be hard for new Dallas Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells to acquire QB Vinny Testaverde from the New York Jets. Testaverde has four years remaining on his contract, and there are serious salary cap implications should he be released or traded. The fallback guy could be veteran Rodney Peete, who could come in a package deal with Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning.
Mon, 23 Dec 2002 07:27:50 -0800
The Gaston Gazette reports Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning denied rumors that he might be joining the Dallas Cowboys next season if Bill Parcells is hired as their head coach. “I never discussed anything of that nature with him [Parcells], and don’t plan to unless he’s looking for some counsel,” Henning said. “I’m under contract here. I came here to coach, to help John [Fox].”
Mon, 05 Aug 2002 07:55:39 -0700
The Winston Salem Journal reports Carolina Panthers TE Wesley Walls (knee) is happy to be healthy again and excited about the team's new offense. He sees an opportunity to play a major role in the offense being implemented by new offensive coordinator Dan Henning. "I'm excited," Walls said recently. "There's going to be a lot of opportunities for guys to step up and make plays in this offense. The way Coach Henning has put it to us in meetings, whoever makes plays in this offense is going to get the ball. I don't want to be left out."
Mon, 29 Jul 2002 03:34:38 -0700
As an update to previous reports, Steve Reed for the Gaston Gazette reports the Carolina Panthers began experimenting with the shotgun formation in practice Sunday. The formation should help QB Chris Weinke, who played in the formation about 70 percent of the time while at Florida State. Offensive coordinator Dan Henning doesn’t know how often the Panthers will utilize the shotgun formation, as a lot depends on the exchange from C Jeff Mitchell and Weinke.
Tue, 18 Jun 2002 16:11:03 -0700
Panthers.com reports Carolina Panthers RB Brad Hoover has been doing well in sets that feature an H-back position during summer school sessions. Hoover has an expanded role in the offense, especially in the passing game. Offensive coordinator Dan Henning is hoping Hoover will play a bigger role in blocking.
Sun, 19 May 2002 08:22:48 -0700
Pat Yasinskas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports for the Sporting News Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Dan Henning wants to maximize the skills of WR Muhsin Muhammad in his new offense. One of Henning's challenges will be finding ways to force defenses to loosen the coverage on Muhammad. Given the Panthers WR situation, Muhammad will be facing many double team situations.
Thu, 07 Feb 2002 21:49:45 -0800
The Gaston Gazette reports with today's hiring of Dan Henning as the new Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator and QBs coach, former offensive coordinator Richard Williamson is expected to accept a demotion to wide receivers coach.
Thu, 07 Feb 2002 20:31:13 -0800
Updating an earlier story, Panthers.com reports in addition to being hired as offensive coordinator, Dan Henning will also serve as the Carolina Panthers QBs coach. "Dan Henning is viewed as one of the best offensive coordinators in the NFL. He has knowledge and experience and will be a great asset to our offense,” said Panthers head coach John Fox.
Thu, 07 Feb 2002 15:22:38 -0800
Panthers.com reports the Carolina Panthers have hired Dan Henning as their offensive coordinator. Henning did not coach last year, but was offensive coordinator of the New York Jets from 1998-2000.
Fri, 01 Feb 2002 19:21:58 -0800
According to Clark Judge of Fox Sports, if Carolina Panthers coach John Fox does not land Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis as his new offensive coordinator, one name to keep in mind is Dan Henning. The former New York Jets offensive coordinator's name has been discussed as one of the possibilities.
Wed, 16 Jan 2002 11:31:50 -0800
Jim Corbett reports for the USA TODAY agent Mike Azzarelli, who represents New York Jets QB Vinny Testaverde, said he wants the team to let him know if his client is the team's QB for 2002. The agent said if the Jets don't give him a definite answer, Testaverde might look to play elsewhere next season. Elsewhere would be Tampa Bay, where ex-Jets coach Bill Parcells is expected to return shortly to coaching, reportedly with Dan Henning as his offensive coordinator. Testaverde had his best season in 1998, under their direction. The Jets are said to want the QB back, but at their price. He may need to agree to an acceptable reworking of his contract that includes a $9.5 million guarantee after June 4.
Sun, 13 Jan 2002 12:33:31 -0800
Jay Glazer reports for SportsLine.com two of coach Bill Parcells friends have told SportsLine the coach has told them within the past two days that it's "looking good" regarding his arrival with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. One friend said nothing is "100 percent" yet. Current coach Tony Dungy, who still hasn't met with team owners, made no indication that he has been fired when he met with his players Sunday. GM Rich McKay is expected to meet with team owners Malcolm Glazer and sons on Sunday. If Parcells is hired, McKay will almost definitely be gone. Names have already surfaced for Parcells staff: Virginia assistant Corwin Brown, Jets offensive line coach Bill Muir and perhaps line assistant Jumbo Elliott, Jets strength coach John Lott, Bears WR coach Todd Haley, and currently unemployed offensive mind Dan Henning.
Sat, 20 Jan 2001 00:48:16 -0800
As an update to Thursday night's story, Len Pasquarelli of SportsLine.com reports New York Jets coach Herman Edwards isn't as interested in Terry Robiskie as he lets to be his new offensive coordinator. As reported earlier, the Jets are seeking an offensive coordinator because Dan Henning has told the team he will not be back. The new Jets offensive coordinator is likely to be either Buffalo offensive coordinator Joe Pendry or Indianapolis QBs coach Bruce Arians.
Fri, 19 Jan 2001 10:05:26 -0800
The NY Daily News reports with the hiring of Herman Edwards as head coach of the New York Jets, offensive coordinator Dan Henning will not be back with the team. He may opt for retirement. Possible replacements include Colts QB coach Bruce Arians, Bills offensive coordinator Joe Pendry and former USC coach Paul Hackett. Bucs defensive line coach Rod Marinelli is a candidate for defensive coordinator as the Edwards is expected to release Mike Nolan the current d-coordinator. Sources close to the team said Edwards may hire an entirely new coaching staff, with RB coach Maurice Carthon and OL coach Bill Muir two of the current coaches that could stay.
Wed, 20 Dec 2000 14:58:32 -0800
The New York Daily News reports New York Jets offensive coordinator Dan Henning's future with the Jets after the year remains in question and it could tie into the future of QB Vinny Testaverde with the team. Henning, who mulled retirement a year ago, is close with Testaverde and could be one that pulls for him to stay in New York next year. There's a chance LB Bryan Cox may return next year, too. His agent stated they'll listen to whatever offer(s) the Jets make.
Thu, 03 Jun 1999 10:50:00 -0700
The Newark Star-Ledger reports that QB Scott Zolak is very happy now that he is reunited with his favorite coach, Bill Parcells. "It's great to be back with Bill," said Zolak. "He's the only coach that really motivated me over my eight years. He puts a little fire in you. He knows what he's doing. He surrounds himself with good people. You see what (quarterback coach) Dan Henning did with Vinny." He will be competing for the #2 QB job in the upcoming Jets training camp.