Ian Rapoport reports that the University of Colorado is hiring Dolphins WRs coach Karl Dorrell as their next head coach.
Dan Wolken reports that the University of Colorado is working towards a deal to sign Dolphins WRs coach Karl Dorrell as their next head coach.
The Buffaloes have drawn interest from a couple of other NFL coaches including Giants OLB coach Brett Bielema and Chiefs OC Eric Bienemy, who withdrew himself from consideration.
Dorrell, 56, began his coaching career at UCF as their WRs coach back in 1989. He took his first NFL coaching job with the Broncos as their WRs coach 2000 and spent three years in Denver.
Dorrell departed to become the head coach at UCLA in 2003 and held the job for five seasons.
The Dolphins would later hire Dorrell as their WRs coach for the 2008 season and he later worked for the Texans and Vanderbilt before the Jets hired him to coach receivers in 2015.
Miami re-signed him as their receivers coach for the 2019 season.
During his five years as the head coach at UCLA, Dorrell led them to a record of 35-27 (56.4 percent) and five bowl appearances.