Report: Dolphins RB coach Eric Studesville to interview for Commanders’ OC role

With the 2022 Miami Dolphins season officially coming to a close last weekend, the offseason is upon us, meaning coaching staff changes are underway.

While the Dolphins have already parted ways with a number of defensive coaches, including defensive coordinator Josh Boyer, they may lose out on an offensive coach as well.

According to ESPN’s John Keim, the Washington Commanders are set to interview Dolphins assistant head coach and running backs coach Eric Studesville for their open offensive coordinator job.

The 55-year-old is not the first Dolphins coach to receive an interview request from the Commanders, as quarterbacks coach Darrell Bevell did as well, however, he declined to take it.

Studesville originally joined Miami’s staff back in 2017 as the running backs coach and run-game coordinator. In 2021, he continued his role with the backs, but he also become the co-offensive coordinator alongside George Godsey. With Mike McDaniel and Frank Smith coming aboard this offseason, Studesville was named assistant head coach due to his years of experience.

With an actual day of the week presented in this report, Studesville may have already agreed to take the interview. If he were to get the job, it would be his second time being the sole offensive coordinator (2011-16 with Denver).

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Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire