– Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph joined the team this season with high credentials and the label of being a future head coach. It appears that label is coming closer to becoming a reality. The Dolphins have been contacted by teams requesting to interview Joseph for head-coaching openings, head coach Adam Gase confirmed Monday. Gase would not elaborate on which teams, but there are currently six openings throughout the league, in San Diego, San Francisco, Buffalo, Jacksonville, Los Angeles and Denver. Teams have sent me some requests to be able to talk with him, Gase said. When the right window is for him, Im going to put more in Vances court when those windows are good for him. Vance is somebody that I trust a lot. I know what his focus is. Joseph has been praised for his schemes and honest and clear communication with players. The Dolphins have been injury-riddled on defense and haven’t excelled in terms of statistics. But Joseph has been a big part of Miamis turnaround from a 6-10 record in 2015 to a 10-6 record and playoff appearance this season.
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An Olive Garden server in Mississippi was fired after customers say he lied about having cancer to receive better tips. WMC reports customers began to complain to Olive Gardens corporate office after they gave Jason Kisner a large tip for hissupposed cancer treatment, which they discoveredwas not true. When you see people that are going through something, you want to be a blessing to them, said customer Mattie Phillips. But, when you see people out there really scamming people that really want to be a blessing to folks. According to several customer accounts, Kisner received tips up to $125 to go toward the allegedtreatment. Olive Garden released the following statement about the incident: This individuals actions are inconsistent with our companys values and he no longer works for us. We are working to contact the guests and we will reimburse them for the $125 they gave the server. Because the customers willingly gave Kisner the money, he cant legally face charges, WREG reports. 34.991859 -90.002296
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