ATLANTA -- Brian Flores won't talk about his next job.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Flores is expected to be named Miami's newest head coach after the Super Bowl. Rapoport noted Monday that Flores' staff continues to come together, with Giants outside linebackers coach Robbie Leonard and Jaguars defensive coach Marion Hobby both joining the staff in Miami, per sources informed of the moves.
Despite Flores' future in Miami, the Patriots' defensive play caller is steadfast that he's not thinking about South Beach.
"I love these guys. I love every part of the organization, that's kind of where I'm at," Flores said. "I'm locked in. I would say the only thing I've done over the course of my career is take one thing at a time. Try to improve every day. I try to win the day. When you start thinking about other things in the future, you're not focused on right now. So, I'm focused on our team, our players. That's kind of my goal right now. That's where I'm at."