The Miami Dolphins finished strong under interim coach Todd Bowles, and he interviewed for the fulltime position on Monday. But according to Shandel Richardson of the Sentinel, Bowles remains a long shot to win the position, despite the progress he made with the team during the last few weeks of the season.
The Dolphins wasted little time in completing the interview process with interim coach Todd Bowles. The organization made the announcement Monday night. Bowles is still considered a long shot despite leading the team to a 2-1 record after replacing Tony Sparano. Bowles certainly won the support of the players. Many of them spoke about Bowles’ knowledge of the game. It didn’t hurt that he is a former player, too. Linebacker Kevin Burnett and receiver Brian Hartline both said this week that was one of their biggest reasons for supporting Bowles.
The Dolphins probably have a long list of coaches that will complete interviews, and we won't know for sure who has the position until all of the interviews are completed.
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