Joe Philbin has gone through a lot in the past few days with the loss of his son.
But the Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator is willing to relocate. He hopes to be offered the Miami Dolphins head coaching position.
He is one of three finalists for the position. Interim Dolphins head coach Todd Bowles and Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy are the other two candidates.
He interviewed for the Dolphins position before his son’s death. He is expected to be back in Miami this week for a second interview.
He also interviewed for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers job, but is not expected to get that job.
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