Miami Dolphins coach Michael Mularkeys plans to retire from the NFL next season.

Mularkeys was hired by the Dolphins in 2013 to be the team’s head coach.

In his first year with the Dolphins, he won three games and the AFC East.

He’s won the last two.

Mulkeys’ last year as Dolphins head coach was 2014.MULKEY RETURNS AS DEPARTMENT HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENTS HEARING MARYLAND’S LAW FIRM REQUESTS RELATED:Miami Dolphins head coaching job MALCOLM BRADY TO BE REPLACED:Maryland State Police spokesman Capt. Mark Stadler said a request to hold a hearing on the Baltimore Police Department’s decision to not indict officer Edward Nero over the fatal shooting of Freddie Gray was denied.

The Baltimore Sun reported Tuesday that the State Police’s decision was made in the wake of an investigation into Gray’s death.

State Police spokesman Mark Stadsen said Tuesday the Maryland State Police had not received a request from the Baltimore police to hold the hearing.

Stadsen also said the State Department’s Inspector General was reviewing the decision.STADLER: Police were not in any way involved in the decision to release the video, he said.

STADLER SAYS MULKEY’S REQUEST TO LEAVE MOSLAUGA IS FORWARD:Mularkey was hired in 2012 by the Baltimore Ravens to be their head coach before the team went on to win Super Bowl XLVII.

Mularks had led the Ravens to the Super Bowl.

He was hired to be Dolphins head football coach on April 8, 2018.

MULKES RETURNING AS DEPUTY HEADQUARTER DEPARTMEN HEARINGS MARYLANDS’ LAW FIRMS:Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has resigned after the team failed to agree on a new contract.

Mats Schulz, who was promoted to assistant general manager in 2016, was fired after the Ravens traded up from No. 2 to No. 5 in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Newsome’s replacement as Ravens general staff, Tom Gamble, is set to take over as interim head coach while Newsome takes a leave of absence from his job.

The Ravens announced Tuesday that Schulz will be the interim head football coordinator.