Jan 20, 2012 3:32 AM by Lee Douglas

McCoy may be leading candidate for Dolphins job

MIAMI (AP) - Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy met again with the Miami Dolphins about their coaching job, which wraps up a second round of interviews by the team.

McCoy met Thursday in New York with owner Stephen Ross and general manager Jeff Ireland. Joe Philbin and Todd Bowles were interviewed Wednesday in New York, where Ross has an office.

Philbin is the offensive coordinator of the Green Bay Packers. Bowles, the Dolphins' secondary coach, became their interim coach when Tony Sparano was fired with three games left in the season.

Reports out of Miami on Thursday indicated that McCoy was the leading candidate for the job.

The three candidates became finalists after Jeff Fisher turned down the Dolphins last Friday to become coach of the St. Louis Rams. McCoy completed his first interview with Miami on Monday.

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