Titans request to interview Dolphins RB coach Eric Studesville for OC

The Miami Dolphins had one of the most impressive offenses in the NFL again this year, which always leads to coaches on the staff getting interviews for more prominent roles around the league.

On Saturday, the Tennessee Titans requested to interview Dolphins associate head coach and running backs coach Eric Studesville for their open offensive coordinator job, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.

Studesville, 56, joined the Dolphins back in 2017 as running backs coach and run game coordinator. He held those two roles until 2021 when he dropped the run game coordinator title and was named co-offensive coordinator. Since Mike McDaniel arrived in South Florida, Studesville has been the associate head coach and running backs coach.

This past season, Studesville’s duo of Raheem Mostert and De’Von Achane were among the league’s top running backs. The two combined for 1,812 yards and 26 touchdowns on 5.8 yards per carry while adding another 372 yards and six scores on 52 receptions.

Miami, as a whole, had the NFL’s sixth-best rushing attack (132.4 yards per game) in 2023.

This is Studesville’s first interview request of this hiring cycle, but he did interview for the Washington Commanders offensive coordinator position last year, which was ultimately given to Eric Bienemy.

Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire