Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph is the frontrunner to become the next head coach of the Denver Broncos, according to a report from Alex Marvez of SiriusXM NFL Radio. Joseph will interview with the Broncos next week, according to KUSA-TV's Mike Klis. If the Dolphins defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the wild-card round of the AFC playoffs, the interview will have to take place in Miami. If the Dolphins lose, the Broncos can interview Joseph in Denver. Joseph, 44, was the team's second choice when they hired Gary Kubiak in 2015, according to Klis. He coached under Kubiak while with the Houston Texans alongside several coaches on Denver's current staff. Linebackers coach Reggie Herring, defensive line coach Bill Kollar and assistant receivers coach Marc Lubick all coached in Houston while Joseph was the team's defensive backs coach. He was hired as the Dolphins defensive coordinator earlier this year. Though Denver's head coach gig is Joseph's to lose, according to Marvez, he is not the only candidate for the job. The Broncos will interview Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan on Saturday and Kansas City Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub sometime this week, according to Klis. Other candidates that have been linked to Denver include Sean McVay, Anthony Lynn, Teryl Austin, Darrell Bevell, Sean McDermott and David Shaw. As of Tuesday evening, only Joseph, Shanahan and Toub have secured interviews with the team.