The Titans are trying to find a replacement for the fired Mike Munchak, but one member of the front office spent his Sunday interviewing for the general manager job in Miami.
The Dolphins announced that Titans V.P. of Player Personnel Lake Dawson interviewed for the vacancy, capping a busy three days of conversations with candidates to take over after Jeff Ireland’s departure. It’s Dawson’s second year in that job and seventh year overall with the organization. Dawson was a third-round pick of the Chiefs in 1994 and had 103 catches over four seasons with Kansas City.
The man who drafted him in Kansas City was then-Chiefs General Manager Carl Peterson, who is working in an advisory role with Dolphins owner Stephen Ross during the search process.
Miami interviewed their assistant G.M. Brian Gaine, Steelers director of football and business administration Omar Khan, and Cardinals V.P. of player personnel Jason Licht on Friday and added Browns assistant G.M. Ray Farmer to the list on Saturday. Reports have installed Farmer as the frontrunner, but there’s no word on whether the Dolphins are still planning to interview more candidates for the job.