MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — The Miami Dolphins search for a new head coach continued on Wednesday.READ MORE: South Dade NAACP President Dwight Bullard Says Derek Chauvin Being Found Guilty ‘A Glimmer Of Hope’ But Fight Isn’t Over
Buffalo Bills running backs coach and assistant head coach Anthony Lynn has interviewed for the Dolphins’ head job.
Lynn was the fourth candidate to talk with the Dolphins. They’ve also met with former NFL coach Mike Shanahan, former Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith and Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin.READ MORE: ‘I’m Speechless’: Rep. Frederica Wilson Among South Florida Leaders Who Believe Justice Was Served In Derek Chauvin Trial
Lynn has been a running backs coach since 2003 with four NFL teams. He was with the Jets from 2009 to 2014 and followed head coach Rex Ryan to the Bills this past season.
The Dolphins have scheduled at least four other interviews, including one with interim coach, Dan Campbell. He went 5-7 after replacing Joe Philbin, and Miami finished 6-10.MORE NEWS: Florida Senate Eyes Social Media Crackdown
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