Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy will remain offensive coordinator after he was passed up for head coach of the Miami Dolphins.After two rounds of interviews with Dolphins owner Stephen Ross this week, McCoy was thought to be the front-runner. But it was Green Bay's offensive coordinator, Joe Philbin, who got the job .This is welcome news for the Broncos. McCoy is a great young offensive mind and he's worked very closely with Tim Tebow this season. He'll continue to work with Tebow during minicamps and training camp in July. Also, Tebow won't have to get used to a new offensive coordinator.Todd Bowles, the Dolphins' secondary coach who became their interim coach when Tony Sparano was fired with three games left in the season, was also passed up.The three candidates became finalists after Jeff Fisher turned down the Dolphins last Friday to become coach of the St. Louis Rams.