Vance Joseph in Miami for interview

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The Dolphins are interviewing Cardinals defensive coordinator Vance Joseph in Miami today, ESPN reports. They will talk to Rams assistant head coach/running backs coach Thomas Brown later today.

The Dolphins have interviewed 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel, Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn. Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier are other candidates on Miami’s radar.

The Dolphins fired Brian Flores after he went 24-25 in his three seasons as the team’s head coach.

Joseph, 49, joined Arizona in 2019 after serving as the Broncos’ head coach in 2017-18. He went 12-21.

Joseph was the Dolphins’ defensive coordinator in 2016.

It’s pretty cool,” Joseph said last week, via Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. “It comes with obviously winning and having a good year and being the playoffs. Obviously I worked there before, so I’m familiar with the building, the G.M. and the owner and those things are always good.”

8 responses to “Vance Joseph in Miami for interview

  1. He knows the owner and gm- ya that’s the problem at least one if not both are still there.

  2. Looks like the man for the job and he already has a good relationship with the GM, so good luck and hope for the best!

  3. They need to hire Brian Daboll for the HC vacancy and then he should bring in either Vic Fangio or Mike Zimmer to take over as the DC. Daboll worked with Tua in Alabama and is probably the reason Tua was even a top draft prospect.

  4. Hiring VJ? Going from a 24-25 coach to a 12-21 coach seems like they’re on the right track. Go Fins!

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