Posted by Josh Katzowitz
Minneapolis Star-Tribune columnist Sid Hartman is reporting that former Vikings coach Brad Childress will interview for the Dolphins offensive coordinator job.
"I really don't know what I want to do," Childress told Hartman. "I may just sit out this year and maybe two years. But I've coached for 33 straight years and if the right position comes up, I'm going to give it strong consideration. I'm a football coach."
If Childress decides not to coach, he’ll still get to collect that $3 million-a-season salary from Minnesota for the next two years. To me, that’s a pretty good reason NOT to work for the next two years. But I'm not a football coach either.
"If there's a good opportunity there with good people, and that's the key, I'll coach again this year,” Childress said. “If not then I'll pass and do something next year."
It might also depend on whether Dolphins owner Stephen Ross would allow Childress the use of a private plane. That’s so Childress can fly to Mississippi whenever he wants to try to convince Brett Favre to come back for just one more season.
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