The Miami Dolphins hired Bill Parcels to run the organization and Parcells quickly went to work firing people. First to go was the team’s general manager Randy Mueller and next went coach Cam Cameron. Cameron was fired after one season as the Dolphins head coach. The Dolphins lone win of the season came against the Baltimore Ravens but one win wasn’t enough for Parcells.
When the Mitchell Report was released last month several MLB players named in the report admitted to using steroids a time or two and others, like Roger Clemens, denied all accusations. Clemens went as far as appearing on CBS’ "60 Minutes" to deny his use and said he was injected with the local anesthetic Lidocaine and B-12. Clemens’ former trainer Brian McNamee said he injected Clemens with steroids. The New York Times reported one of the lawyers for McNamee said he would sue Clemens if he accuses the trainer of lying.