Miami Dolphins hire Jeremiah Washburn as offensive line coach
Jeremiah Washburn is Miami’s new offensive coordinator. He was Miami’s assistant offensive line coach last season. (Photo Credit: Miami Dolphins via chicagobears.com)
The Miami Dolphins have hired Jeremiah Washburn as offensive line coach, a league source said Thursday.
Washburn was offensive line coach for the Bears last season, where he worked with newly-hired offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains.
Washburn has 16 years of coaching and scouting at the NFL level, including last season with the Dolphins, where he served as assistant offensive line coach.
Washburn was an assistant to Chris Foerster, who resigned this year after an embarrassing off-field incident. Last season, Jay Ajayi ran for 1,272 yards and Ajayi topped 200 yards three times.
Washburn began his coaching career at his alma mater, Arkansas, while Loggains was on the roster.
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