Brian Flores had a lot to say on Wednesday morning.
On CBS Mornings, the former Maimi Dolphins head coach stated that his refusal to lose games, which he claimed in his lawsuit, is the reasn he ended up losing his job.
It’s all spelled out in his lawsuit against the Dolphins, Giants, Broncos and the NFL on Tuesday, alleging racist practices in hiring.
The 40-year-old said Dolphins owner Stephen Ross offered him a $100,000 bonus for each loss during the 2019 season, in which Ross apparently wanted to secure the league’s worst record and the No. 1 pick in the 2020 draft. The team went on a winning streak and the owner was pissed.
He also alleged Ross tried to get him to recruit “a prominent quarterback” who was under contract to another team during a meeting on the owner’s yacht. That has since been revealed as being Tom Brady.
Flores was fired by the Dolphins in January after posting a a 24–25 record over three years with Miami, having narrowly missed the playoffs in his final two seasons.
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