Jets interview former Dolphins coach Adam Gase

Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase watches the first half of a preseason NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens Saturday Aug. 25 2018 in Miami Gardens Fla

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They met with New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels and defensive coordinator Brian Flores on Friday, and they'll meet with New Orleans Saints tight ends coach Dan Campbell and offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael Jr. on Saturday. Owner Stephen Ross is seeking a replacement for Adam Gase, and wants to rebuild after a 7-9 season.

- The Green Bay Packers' coaching search is expanding by the day, with another significant name being added to their list of candidates. The Packers have recently been connected to former Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase, and he is reportedly set to interview for the Packers' head coaching job on Sunday. In that span, he led Miami to a 23-25 record including a playoff appearance in 2016. As a result, the 78-year-old Ross said, his win-now approach will change.

However, the Jets have shown interest in a handful of coaches who do not have National Football League head coaching experience. Since Kansas City won the AFC West, they have a first-round bye, which gives Bieniemy a chance to interview with teams regarding coaching vacancies.

Flores has been a Patriots assistant for 11 seasons and took over defensive play-calling this season after the departure of defensive coordinator Matt Patricia. The Miami Dolphins are interviewing Bieniemy on Friday, while the Arizona Cardinals were dismissed by Bieniemy after they were noted to be interested.

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