McCoy will get his second time in the interview chair on Thursday, following behind interim Dolphins coach Todd Bowles and Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin, who had "great" interviews Wednesday, the paper notes. A source tells the paper that McCoy is so confident of his frontrunner position with the Fins that he pulled himself out of the running for the open head-coaching job with the Oakland Raiders.
"It is unclear if McCoy was led to believe he is the front-runner by the Dolphins," the paper notes.
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