Former NFL tight end Dan Campbell is the interim head coach of the Miami Dolphins. He took over the team after the Dolphins fired head coach Joe Philbin, under whom the Dolphins began the 2015 season 1-3. Campbell's Dolphins won his first two games convincingly, dispatching the Titans and the Texans by a combined 46 points. Miami scored 82 points in the two games.
The 6'5" Campbell played for four NFL teams (Giants, Cowboys, Lions, Saints) in a 10-year career, winning a Super Bowl ring with New Orleans in 2010 though he did not play. Campbell took a job on the Dolphins coaching staff immediately upon retiring as a player in 2010. He caught 11 touchdown passes in his career. Campbell played his college football at Texas A&M.
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