Atlanta Falcons quarterback coach Charles London is interviewing with the Miami Dolphins for their vacant offensive coordinator position according to a report from Josh Kendall.
Former Atlanta Falcons assistant Mike McDaniel (pictured top) was hired as the new Dolphins coach earlier this week. McDaniel was an offensive assistant with the San Francisco 49ers since leaving the Falcons after the 2016 season.
London was brought to Atlanta by head coach Arthur Smith in 2021 after serving the past three years with the Chicago Bears.
In 2021 under London, Matt Ryan tied for the fewest touchdown passes (20) of his career while working with a patchwork receiving group that lost Julio Jones in the offseason and spent most of 2021 without Calvin Ridley.
If London leaves, it will be the second member of the Falcons staff to go this week after long-time director of pro personnel Steve Sabo mutually parted ways with the Falcons on Monday.
A move to offensive coordinator would be a promotion for London while working for McDaniel, who along with Smith is considered one of the brightest young minds in the NFL.
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