The Dolphins interviewed Green Bay quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo for their vacant offensive coordinator position on Tuesday. But apparently he wasn't impressed. McAdoo reportedly accepted the same job with the New York Giants on Tuesday evening.

That could be a big setback for the Dolphins, who, for the time, appear to be a team that's being avoided.

McAdoo, who was on the Green Bay staff with Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin for six years, was the third offensive coordinator candidate the Dolphins have interviewed. But it's possible only one remains in the running. Another candidate, Philadelphia quarterbacks coach Ben Lazor, will accept the offensive coordinator job with Detroit, according to ESPN.

That might mean former Washington offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan, who has also interviewed for the Dolphins' offensive coordinator job, now becomes the leader by default.

The Dolphins have been searching for an offensive coordinator to replace Mike Sherman, who was fired last week after two years on the job.

The Dolphins will likely have offensive coordinator competition from Baltimore now because former Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell accepted to be the head coach with the Detroit Lions on Tuesday. Because the Ravens have a stablity in head coach John Harbough and quarterback Joe Flacco they could be viewed as a more attractive job even though both them and the Dolphins finished 8-8 last season.