The Dolphins have added a name to their search for a new general manager and they’ve done the same in their concurrent search for a new offensive coordinator.
Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports that Packers quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo will be in Miami on Tuesday to interview for a spot on coach Joe Philbin’s staff. McAdoo’s name was one of the first mentioned as a candidate when Mike Sherman was relieved of his duties because of his shared history with Philbin in Green Bay, but the Dolphins began the interview process with Kyle Shanahan and Eagles quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor.
McAdoo’s meeting with the Dolphins comes a day after he interviewed with the Giants for the same position. That interview was delayed a couple of days because of weather-related obstacles and followed McAdoo’s conversation with Cleveland last week about their head coaching vacancy.
Tampa Bay was interested in talking to McAdoo about their offensive coordinator job a couple of years ago, but the Packers denied their request. They can’t do that this season as McAdoo has an expiring contract in Green Bay.