The Miami Dolphins reportedly requested an interview with Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll on Monday about their head coaching vacancy. On Wednesday, they reportedly reached out about the coordinator on the other side of the ball for the Bills, defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier.
Both men are also on the Chicago Bears' radar, as well.
Frazier oversaw a Bills defense that just finished No. 1 in the NFL in both points allowed and yards allowed, and has been the team's defensive coordinator since 2017.
He was also a key member of the 1985 Bears defense - considered one of the greatest units of all-time - leading them with six interceptions. The Bears dismissed head coach Matt Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace on Monday.
The 62-year-old has past experience at the NFL level as a head coach with the Minnesota Vikings, first as an interim head coach in 2010, then as the full-time head coach from 2011 to 2013.
Daboll has been the Bills' offensive coordinator since 2018. He's the only offensive coordinator quarterback Josh Allen has had since entering the NFL that same season.
The Bills offense finished fourth in the NFL in points scored this regular season after finishing second just a year ago.
Meanwhile, the New York Giants have already conducted an interview with Bills assistant general manager Joe Schoen for their vacant general manager job.
Schoen was hired by Bills general manager Brandon Beane to be the team's assistant general manager shortly after he took over in 2017. Schoen had been the director of player personnel for the Miami Dolphins from 2014 to 2017.
Giants general manager Dave Gettleman announced his retirement on Monday.
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