DAVIE, Fla. -- Bill Parcells is no longer affiliated with the Miami Dolphins.
Team spokesperson Harvey Greene said in an e-mail Thursday that Parcells "doesn't have an official capacity with the club now."
Parcells was named the Dolphins' executive vice president of football operations in December 2007, but stepped aside before the start of last season as general manager Jeff Ireland assumed full control.
Parcells, 69, was a consultant for the club for most of last season, Greene said.
According to USA Today, Parcells will join ESPN to appear in a one-time NFL Draft special. Parcells has worked for the television network before, between coaching stints.
Parcells spent 19 seasons as a head coach in the NFL, winning Super Bowl titles with the New York Giants following the 1986 and 1990 seasons. He also coached New England, the New York Jets, and Dallas, and holds an overall regular season record of 172-130-1.