Greene joins Dolphins' staff

February 04, 1992

Joe Greene joined the Miami Dolphins as defensive line coach yesterday, less than a week after leaving the same position with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Greene became the second former All-Pro hired by the Dolphins in three days. On Saturday, ex-Miami center Dwight Stephenson rejoined the team as assistant offensive line coach.

* BILLS: Coach Marv Levy took the blame for failing to keep all of his players focused on the Super Bowl, resulting in some well-publicized, off-field distractions.

"I'll tell you where I feel I came up short -- that is the fact that we had four individual incidents where I didn't reach our players," Levy said at his annual state-of-the-Bills address.

* SAINTS: Jim Mora, son of New Orleans head coach Jim Mora, has been hired to coach the defensive backs, the team announced.

The younger Mora, 30, fills the vacancy created last week when Dom Capers was named defensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

* OILERS: Receiver Drew Hill says he'd like to rejoin Jerry Glanville in Atlanta.

Hill, upset the team left him off its 37-player protected list, said he may spend his last season somewhere else.

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