Jets offensive coordinator candidate Dowell Loggains will reportedly interview for the Miami Dolphins' head coaching vacancy, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapaport.
While Loggains was expected to follow former Dolphins head coach Adam Gase to New York and join the Jets, he will interview with the Dolphins on Friday, according to Rapaport. Dolphins associate head coach Darren Rizzi is also interviewing with Miami.
Loggains, 38, joined Miami this season after spending two seasons as Chicago Bears offensive coordinator and one as their quarterbacks coach. He had previously spent eight seasons with the Tennessee Titans and one with the Cleveland Browns.
Should Loggains join Gase with the Jets, Gase would not relinquish play-calling duties, according to SNY.tv's Ralph Vacchiano.
On the other side, the Jets are considering several former head coaches as defensive coordinator, according to Jason La Canfora, including Gregg Williams, Vance Joseph and Chuck Pagano.