The Miami Dolphins are without an offensive coordinator, which is likely why they’re looking to meet with Kyle Shanahan – this according to Fox Sports:
The Dolphins are working out plans to meet with Kyle Shanahan this week to discuss vacant OC position, sources tell Fox Sports.
Shanahan most recently worked with is father as the offensive coordinator of the Washington Redskins, but struggled to make much of an impact as he and his father, head coach Mike Shanahan butted heads on how the offense should be ran.
The younger Shanahan was the Houston Texans offensive coordinator before accepting the Redskins job and helped build the Texans into one of the premier offensive attacks in the league, so he has a track record of putting together solid offensive attacks despite his recent blunders.
Shanahan also helped mold the Redskins running game into one of the better in the league, despite average blockers on the line and iffy quarterback play.
In addition to Shanahan, the Dolphins are reportedly interested in Gary Kubiak to fill the vacated offensive coordinator role.