MIAMI (CBSMiami) – As the Miami Dolphins continue to wait for word to come from Jeff Fisher on whether he will take the head coaching job; the team continued to interview other potential candidates Monday.

According to NFL.com’s Jason LaCanfora, the Fins are interviewing Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer for the head coaching job.

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In two of the last three seasons, Zimmer’s defenses have ranked in the top 10 in both yards and points allowed.

Zimmer is beloved by his Bengals players who helped him recover after his wife died during the season.

However, Zimmer has run a 4-3 defense in Cincinatti, which consists of four defensive lineman and three linebackers.

Miami’s current roster is custom built for the 3-4 defense featuring three defensive lineman and four linebackers.

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In addition, LaCanfora reported that Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey is expected to interview for the Fins’ job later this week.

Mularkey’s Falcons offense is coming off a complete demolition at the hands of the New York Giants.

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is hoping that Fisher will turn down the St. Louis Rams and sign with the Dolphins.

But, many experts say Fisher is likely to go to St. Louis where the team has a franchise quarterback, the number two overall pick in the draft, and tons of cap space to rebuild the roster.

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Fisher is expected to make his decision sometime this week.