Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph is a candidate for several head-coaching jobs and interviewed with the Denver Broncos today.
Joseph, who finished his first year with Miami on Sunday, appears to be a finalist for Denver as it continues looking for a replacement for Gary Kubiak.
“We enjoyed visiting with Vance Joseph at our facility today,” Broncos general manager John Elway wrote on Twitter. “He has great leadership qualities and a strong vision of what it takes to win.”
Joseph, 44, was a first-time coordinator in 2016 and navigated a rash of injuries to help the Dolphins go 10-6. They set a franchise record for most yards allowed in a season, but finished 18th in opponent scoring.
Miami hired Joseph from Cincinnati, where he was the defensive backs coach in 2014 and ’15. He also held that position for the Texans and 49ers over the eight seasons before that.
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