With Vic Fangio in place as their defensive coordinator, the Miami Dolphins are beginning to fill in some of the holes that were left by positional coaches that were either fired or moved on.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Dolphins are hiring Los Angeles Chargers defensive coordinator Renaldo Hill as their secondary coach and passing-game coordinator.
Hill is probably a familiar name to Dolphins fans, as he played safety for the franchise from 2006-08 and was an assistant defensive backs coach with the team in 2018.
The 44-year-old reunites with Fangio, as Hill was his defensive backs coach with the Denver Broncos from 2019-20.
Miami moved on from safeties coach Steve Gregory this offseason, and Sam Madison served as cornerbacks coach and pass-game specialist in 2022. It’s unclear whether or not Madison will be retained under Fangio.