DAVIE (CBS4) – For the Miami Dolphins’ newest coach, there’s no place like home.

The team announced Monday that they have hired Bryan Cox as their new pass rush coach, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

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Cox is returning to the city where his career began in 1991 after the Dolphins drafted him in the fifth round.

The former inside linebacker played for the Fins for five seasons, going on to play for the Chicago Bears (1996-97), the New York Jets (1998-2000), New England Patriots (2001) and the New Orleans Saints (2002).

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Since retiring from the league, Cox has served as a defensive line coach with the Jets and the Cleveland Browns.

Cox is the fifth former Dolphins player to return to the team as a coach.

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Source: South Florida Sun-Sentinel