Miami Dolphins are set to interview Green Bay Packers quarterback coach Ben McAdoo for their vacant offensive coordinator role, reports NFL.com.
McAdoo has generated a considerable amount of interest this winter, having already spoken to the New York Giants about their OC opening, and emerging as a surprise contender for the Cleveland Browns head coach job.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers were previously interested in talking to McAdoo about their offensive coordinator job a couple of years ago, but the Packers denied their request.
They can’t do that this season in light of the Dolphins' interest though, as McAdoo has an expiring contract in Green Bay.
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy has been full of praise for his assistant in recent weeks, with McAdoo also earning admiration from star signal-caller Aaron Rodgers.
He remains the favourite to take over as the Dolphins' offensive coordinator, but Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor is also believed to be under consideration.
McAdoo would be sorely missed were he to leave Wisconsin, but it appears he's set for a new challenge in the NFL, joining Joe Philbin's coaching team at the Sun Life Stadium.