Ben McAdoo

Age: 37
Current position: Quarterbacks coach of the Green Bay Packers
Head-coaching experience: None
NFL offensive coordinator experience: None
Skinny: McAdoo, who also worked under Packers head coach Mike McCarthy in San Francisco and New Orleans, is considered one of the NFL's hottest young assistant coaches. He reportedly even interviewed for the Cleveland Browns' head coaching vacancy. McAdoo is also a candidate for the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins' offensive coordinator vacancies so the Ravens will have competition for his services if he's the guy they are interested in.

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The Miami Dolphins concluded an interview with Ben McAdoo for the vacant offensive coordinator position on Tuesday.

McAdoo presently serves as the Green Bay Packers quarterback coach, but he's been a candidate for a number of openings in the NFL, which includes the vacant head coach position in Cleveland.

McAdoo has a long history with Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin since they worked together for six seasons on the Packers staff.

McAdoo, 36, was tight ends coach for those six seasons. He moved over to quarterbacks coach when Philbin left to become head coach of the Dolphins in 2012 and Tom Clements was promoted to offensive coordinator.


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During his tenure in Green Bay McAdoo was instrumental in the development of Pro Bowl tight end Jermichael Finley. In his role as Green Bay's quarterback coach he works with Aaron Rodgers, who had already established himself as one of the NFL's elites.

McAdoo is also interviewed for the New York Giants offensive coordinator position, where he's one of four candidates. He might also get involved with the vacant offensive coordinator position in Balitmore.

McAdoo came to Green Bay from the San Francisco 49ers, where he served as assistant offensive line/quality control coach in 2005. Prior to joining the 49ers he had a brief stint at Stanford University as tackles and tight ends coach.

Bill Lazor, the Eagles quarterback coach, Kyle Shanahan, the former Redskins offensive coordinator, are the other offensive coordinator candidates the Dolphins have brought to Davie for an interview.

Lazor is reportedly headed to Detroit to serve as Jim Caldwell's offensive coordinator.

Former Texans head coach Gary Kubiak, a former NFL quarterback who held a 61-64 record in his six seasons in Houston, has also discussed the offensive coordinator position with Dolphins officials. However, his level of interest in replacing Mike Sherman as the conductor of the Dolphins offense, which struggled mightily last season, is unclear.