Former Virginia offensive coordinator Bill Lazor continues to climb the coaching ladder at the NFL level.
ESPN was the first to report on Wednesday that Lazor will be the next offensive coordinator with the Miami Dolphins. Lazor spent the 2013 season as quarterbacks coach with the Philadelphia Eagles, where he helped Nick Foles become a Pro Bowl quarterback after beginning the season as Michael Vick's backup.
Prior to leaving for Philadelphia, Lazor had spent three seasons as Mike London's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at UVa. Before his time in Charlottesville, Lazor spent seven seasons as an assistant with three different NFL teams.
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