Miami Dolphins Coaching Candidates: Broncos' Mike McCoy To Interview 2nd Time With Dolphins, According To Report

The Denver Broncos' Mike McCoy might be turning into the front runner for the Miami Dolphins' vacant head coaching position if recent events are any indication. He will fly to New York for a Thursday visit with Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, interviewing for the second time with the team, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

McCoy had interviewed on Monday for the position after at one point being a name of interest to the Jacksonville Jaguars. But the Jaguars went with Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey.

Todd Bowles is apparently the other finalist for the position, according to NFL.com's Jason La Canfora. Bowles was the interim head coach after Tony Sparano was let go during the season. It seems likely that a decision could be reached in a couple of days. Adam Schefter reports that Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin is also getting a second interview.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more on the Broncos, visit Mile High Report. Check out SB Nation NFL for more on the coming coaching carousel in the league.

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