Sparano's house goes up for sale
Miami Dolphins coach 'Tony Sparano has put his house in Davie, Fla., up for sale, according to the Miami Herald.
While Sparano is not expected to retain his job as Dolphins head coach barring a miracle turnaround, he said his intent to move is to get closer to the beach and because his children have moved out of the current house.
“When I moved into my house, I had seven people,” he said. “My daughter just moved out two weeks ago to go to college in Texas. I have zero people, nobody upstairs. And where do I love to be? Besides here? The beach. We are empty-nesters, as we speak.”
Still, Dolphins fans have to wonder if the empty win column is more of an issue than Sparano's empty nest.
Maybe Sparano should have his realtor give Andrew Luck a call, just in case, he's in the market for a house in South Florida come next spring.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com