Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy reportedly thought that his unwillingness to make Todd Bowles his defensive coordinator in Miami knocked him out of the running for the Dolphins top job.
But it doesn’t appear that Joe Philbin is going to keep Bowles either.
Philbin has allowed Bowles to pursue other jobs, according to the Miami Herald. The two men will speak again on Wednesday for an update on Bowles’ status, but Philbin appears to be looking elsewhere. Bowles had the support of the Dolphins front office.
Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com reports that Bengals secondary coach Kevin Coyle will interview with Philbin for the defensive coordinator job.
The Herald also confirmed speculation that Philbin is interested in Mike Sherman as his offensive coordinator, if Sherman doesn’t get the head coaching job with the Bucs. Packers tight ends coach Ben McAdoo is another candidate to be the Dolphins offensive coordinator.