Mike McDaniel 'No red flags' in taking Miami Dolphins' head-coaching job amid Brian Flores' lawsuit

The team's new head coach, speaking to the media about his dream job for the first time since he was hired Feb. 6,

praised Dolphins owner Stephen Ross for his commitment to winning despite allegations from former head coach Brian Flores that Ross offered Flores $100,000 for every game the team lost in 2019.

"I can honestly say there were absolutely no red flags -- and the reason why is because I was stepping into an organization with a boss who,

I don't think people give it it's proper due," McDaniel said Thursday. "The city of Miami is lucky to have an owner that, right, wrong or indifferent, all he cares about is winning. As a coach, that's literally all you're looking for.

"So red flags? No, there's no red flags for me."

McDaniel, the 49ers' former offensive coordinator, comes to Miami as a first-time head coach after five seasons in San Francisco

where he is credited for his innovative play design and his creativity.

Ross said some people refer to McDaniel as a "genius," and that he received calls from coaches in the NFC West who praised his football acumen but ultimately "want him out of the division."

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