Five Things to Know About… New offensive line coach Jeremiah Washburn.
- Washburn returns to Miami, where he served as assistant offensive line coach in 2016 before working for the Chicago Bears coaching staff last season.
- Before beginning his NFL coaching career in 2009, Washburn spent six years working in the Baltimore Ravens front office as a player personnel assistant (2003-04) and area scout (2005-08).
- Washburn played guard at the University of Arkansas for three years, ending his career in 1999.
- After his playing career, Washburn was a graduate assistant at Arkansas while he worked on his master's degree. Among the players on the roster at that time was new Dolphins offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains.
- Washburn becomes the eighth assistant coach with two different stints with the Dolphins, along with Bill Arnsparger, Monte Clark, George Edwards, Chris Foerster, Dan Henning, Howard Schnellenberger and Mike Shula.
- As assistant offensive line coach in 2016, Washburn was instrumental in helping the offensive line pave the way for Jay Ajayi's three 200-yard rushing performances and 1,272-yard season.